Almar Pilothouse

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Almar Pilothouse

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I like that! If only I had a spare $100k lying around. Maybe next year. :rotfl:

Check this one out, not as cool, but more affordable.

http://southcoast.craigslist.org/boa/1679139278.html

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Looks like another alum boat in the back round too :idea:

That Almar has an 8'-3" beam.....trailerable :clap: And look how they incorporated a small berth into the pilot house....creativity :thumbsup:

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I saw that one in the back ground. Alloy radar. :rotfl:

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Alloy,

just go for a 28 Cabin Pacific with twin four strokes and be done with it. You ain't sleeping, you'll be fishing instead.

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ALLOY,

that is one bad azz mamer-jamer all set up and ready to go!
I don't know much about it, but if they could be "GOT" for around 130k that would be one hell of a Tuna Chaser in any weather.

I love them boats with the cool "forts". And one other thing I like is loads of fishing room, un obstructed by any hatches or boxes in the stern deck...enough room for a battling chair, even.

And it's right in your back yard area, too?????

Man, what's the deal? Ya mean to say you don't have that kinda cash on hand? C'C'mon... :skipper:

I'd have to replace them chairs/seats in the babin for nicer ones.....they look kinda cheap.

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I think the helm chair is a nice "bucket" seat but the other is a "Todd" :hammer: JUNK!!

100K and I'd take it.....I'll try and keep the finger on the pulse :popcorn:

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Man that's a real price cut, if so...

Ya may have to get SL Dave to be your bird dog and deal maker. He has the touch.

I know that cats nice and all, but for me that big giant just has some serious classic lines. I love how the bow steps up.

If I was a offshore guy only. I'd have to get me that same boat in the CC configeration. Probably a Supertop looking style with inside head. Can ya imagine how nice a big 28 ST would be?

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