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Old 04-19-2010, 09:39 PM   #11
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Ice, I have the cockpit cover on my 2006 2600SE. It came from the factory with it. Mine is similar to the one in the picture, except mine covers all of the glass, too. I can see if I can get a part number off the tag on it.
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Old 04-19-2010, 09:55 PM   #12
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Tom,

I boat south of Barnegat.

I keep my boat in Avalon and monstly hang around the ICW or a little in the Ocean just up and down the coast from Cape May to Great Egg Inlet.

Nevr been boating up near your cousin's but I have a few friends who do.

I am hoping to take the Boat fro a trip from New Jersey across Delaware Bay to the C&D Canal to the top of the Chesapeake.

I would be a green horn with the Delaware Bay and if you were once from this area you might have heard some stories about the Deaware Bay. everyone wants to tell you a horror story.
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Old 04-20-2010, 04:12 PM   #13
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Drew,
I haven't heard much about the Delaware Bay. Funny though, I've been hearing some horror stories about boating out here near the Golden Gate bridge. I live on the coast, with a launch about a mile away. I can get to SF Bay by going north and then through the Golden Gate bridge. To play it safe, so far I've trailered the boat across the peninsula and lauched in the Bay. But I'm trying to figure out how much this Maxum 2600 can handle (or maybe moreso, how much passengers can handle) in terms of the kind of wind and chop we'd get near the GG Bridge.
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