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Thought I would share a pic of a locally built 35' patrol boat I'll be bottom painting in the coming week. Will be equipped with triple 300 o/b's. It gets foam collars installed into the side recesses
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waiting for finished pics and pics with the collar on.
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Hah, I likely will never see it again after it leaves here
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No problem sitting on bunks?
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In moderation lots of things are acceptable.
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Hi Bob

Looks like Safeboats is staying busy!

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LifeProof or Safeboats? Both are still my favorite builders of all time of aluminum boats.
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Chaps, where are you located? We're building a 25' landing craft that needs bottom paint in a few weeks. Email me- ian@silverbackmarine.com
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Ian, Bainbridge Island, you can check us out at

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are the guys at safe boats some of the same crew as worked at ottercraft?
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no clue, certainly possible . . .
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but I'm done
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Pretty! How thick, how many gallons?
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