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NW Pacific owner

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Post by Sjoman » Wed Aug 17, 2011 10:31 am

After half dozen glass boats my first Alloy boat in the form of a Pacific 1925 followed me home. Primarily use is fishing on the sound and eastern Washington. Still have some tinkering before I take her out for the first time but so far she is way beyond my expectations.
76' Freezer long liner "Alpine Cove"
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Re: NW Pacific owner

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Post by goatram » Wed Aug 17, 2011 11:27 am

Picture required of the Boat here. Post the ones of the Miss's and or Girl friend and single Daughters up on BD
Welcome to AAB May the new ride treat you right.
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Re: NW Pacific owner

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Post by Sabs28 » Wed Aug 17, 2011 11:33 am

From One "newbie" to another, WELCOME. Like Goatram said, PICTURES. Did you end up getting the 19' with twins on Pacifics web site??
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Re: NW Pacific owner

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Post by JETTYWOLF » Wed Aug 17, 2011 1:35 pm

Bloody Decks, Bloody Decks, Bloody Decks, Bloody Decks, some day we'll have a ruling that pics of alloy boats get posted here first.

Sir, I would be very happy to see anyone especially the gals out enjoying a Pacific 19, as it's my boats lil' sistership, and I'd like to have one myself.

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Re: NW Pacific owner

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Post by MacCTD » Wed Aug 17, 2011 2:10 pm

Nice, new or used? what does it have for power?
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Re: NW Pacific owner

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Post by JETTYWOLF » Wed Aug 17, 2011 3:45 pm

Mac,

Ya mean you didn't surf on over to Bloody Decks and do a search thru all the blood and guts, to see it?????

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Re: NW Pacific owner

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Post by goatram » Wed Aug 17, 2011 5:52 pm

goatram wrote:Picture required of the Boat here. Post the ones of the Miss's and or Girl friend and single Daughters up on BD
Welcome to AAB May the new ride treat you right.
Jettywolf wrote:Bloody Decks, Bloody Decks, Bloody Decks, Bloody Decks, some day we'll have a ruling that pics of alloy boats get posted here first.

Sir, I would be very happy to see anyone especially the gals out enjoying a Pacific 19, as it's my boats lil' sistership, and I'd like to have one myself.

AAB.com - where alloy owners come first.

Jettywolf wrote:Mac,

Ya mean you didn't surf on over to Bloody Decks and do a search thru all the blood and guts, to see it?????


Dave I said to post up the pictures of the Boat here. the pictures of the DW/SWMBO's, GF and Single Daughters are to be posted on the BD so as not to offend Certain OLD Farts Such as yourself :nutkick: Leave Mac out of the funnin. He came for the boat porn not the female stuff. When you surf the AAB Website Aluminum Alloy Porn is desired/required. He also asked for the details that the the OP Sjoman forgot to add
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Re: NW Pacific owner

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Post by welder » Wed Aug 17, 2011 10:11 pm

WELCOME to AAB and enjoy.

Now, post some pictures so we can see your NEW BABY. :beer:
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Re: NW Pacific owner

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Post by Sjoman » Thu Aug 18, 2011 12:42 am

My daughter left for New Zealand for three months and took my camera with her. I will do my best to get pictures ASAP.
And yes I did buy the one on Pacific's website with the twin 60's
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Re: NW Pacific owner

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Post by S L Dave » Thu Aug 18, 2011 12:55 am

That is a great boat. Good choice! :beer:
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Re: NW Pacific owner

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Post by MacCTD » Thu Aug 18, 2011 6:32 am

Sjoman wrote:My daughter left for New Zealand for three months and took my camera with her. I will do my best to get pictures ASAP.
And yes I did buy the one on Pacific's website with the twin 60's

Nice boat, :thumbsup: be interested to hear how it performs with the twins.
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Re: NW Pacific owner

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Post by JETTYWOLF » Thu Aug 18, 2011 4:03 pm

Goatram, you've just pointed to where YOUR mind is, not mine.

I wanna see boat, Mac jus wants to see boat too.

But now ya have me curious, but not curious to sift thru the BD's.

Sjoman wrote:My daughter left for New Zealand for three months and took my camera with her. I will do my best to get pictures ASAP.
And yes I did buy the one on Pacific's website with the twin 60's


AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!

Great boat!!

Congrats and WELCOME FELLOW CENTER CONSOLE OWNER. OBVIOUSLY YOUR AS TOUGH AS I AM. :thumbsup:

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Re: NW Pacific owner

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Post by Sjoman » Thu Aug 18, 2011 10:28 pm

Posted pictures under "Your Alloy Boat"
76' Freezer long liner "Alpine Cove"
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