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Old 04-15-2015, 02:35 AM   #1
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Hello,

Currently own another brand by the Brunswick company, a 1998 3055. Looking at a 1999 Maxum 3700. Also have our eye on a 340 and 370 Sundancer as well.
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Old 04-15-2015, 02:57 AM   #2
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Welcome aboard

Yep some of us hang on that other site. All nice boats to consider.
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Yep some of us hang on that other site. All nice boats to consider.
Yeah, I have 3000 some posts on BOC.
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Hang there as Nauti Mike, got a few posts there myself
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Thank you for the welcome. I am boring, I post there as itsabowtime2 as well.
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Thank you for the welcome. I am boring, I post there as itsabowtime2 as well.
Yep recognized the name.

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You will pay more just to have the name Sea Ray on your boat. It's great when selling. My next boat will be the 3700SCR.
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Old 04-15-2015, 10:44 PM   #8
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If I were already in a Bayliner 305, jumping to a Searay 340 is too small a jump IMHO. Especially with Searays, which feel oddly small inside for their badged sizes. They seem to have done better with the layouts in the Bayliners and Maxum's.
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I agree, Searays have always felt tight to me as well.
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Agree on the "over-priced" Sea Rays. The 330 feels more cramped than the 3055. You can get a 3-4 year newer 3700 vs. a 370.
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