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Old 01-05-2012, 01:33 AM   #181
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What a fantastic set up Glenn!

I can remember in my trailering days of going to Lake of the Ozarks and Norfolk Lake and having those beautiful covered slips to use. We got rained out from an afternoon of boating so we just grabbed the fishing poles and had a great time underneath dock .

The boss and I have a 2001 3000 SCR and best boat I have ever owned. Docks up here are open except for the real $$$$$ slips and out of our budget. Have fun with yours....

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Old 01-13-2012, 12:24 AM   #182
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Hi there boaty people
My family and I have been boating mainly on the south coast of England for a few years in a sports rib .
My lovely wife suggested that if she was to carry on I would have to buy a bigger boat with a cabin so that she didn't get so wet and cold whilst out on the wet stuff. So after much research and a much lighter wallet we are the proud owners of a maxum 2400 se .
Can't wait for the warmer weather to have some fun in her ,the boat not the wife !!! Great club by the way.
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Old 01-13-2012, 04:41 AM   #183
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hey there Paperman....welcome to the zoo...glad you found our little part of the web/universe......hope you have many many days of fair seas...





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Old 01-14-2012, 06:34 PM   #184
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all new members, a warm welcome

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Yes a big central Illinois howde..............welcome to the website!



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Old 01-21-2012, 03:13 PM   #186
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Hello all. I just came across this site while doing a search for parts for my boat. I figured I had to joing. I purchased a 2006 2400SE 2 years ago from the original owners who were going thru a divorce in South Carolina, and barely used the boat at all. It still had covers on the seats. I used it for the rest of that summer getting acquainted, spending a few weekends on it and had a canvas surround stitched up for it, and then put it in storage while I deployed to Afghanistan all of last year. I'm currently an active duty Navy Chief who's ready to retire in April after 24 years. Now I'm getting antsy to go boating when the season starts again in April. I recently purchased an extended platform and can't wait to put it on. Well hello everyone. Doug
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Doug....first off...welcome to the zoo...2nd..nice boat and glad you found our little corner of the web......thank you for your many yrs of service to this Great Nation...

feel free to jump in to the water and have some fun....we're kinda laid back...don't have alot of drama and try to enjoy our boats....


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Old 02-27-2012, 02:09 PM   #188
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Hi @ all from Germany.
Found your club by searching for some information about Maxum and its models.
Just bought a '93 19ft Maxum from first owner. Very nice boat with few hours on its 4.3 Mercruiser. I just love american engines
Looking forward to drive it first time in may but have to do lot of cosmetics. Engine and stern drive should be fine.
Anyone know sites to buy decals and logos like original black/blue "M A X U M" letters on hull ... ?
Does anyone know what model name 'SSL' stands for?
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welcome to the zoo 0815.....try greatlakesskipper.com for lettering...I think they still carry them....also check your local bayliner dealer (if you have one locally) as they can still get alot of that stuff for your boat...


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Hey, that's pretty fast.
Thanks for your reply seapuppy. I really found the letters at greatlakesskipper!
Now I just have to measure for correct size. Hope they send to Germany ...
When my little jewel is ready, or at least prettier than now, I will post some pictures.
Thanks. Nice Forum

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Hello everybody! I'm new here. I plan to buy a boat... and I want to inform myself a little bit more about this topic therefore I searched a bit around and found this forum. I thought that the discussions are very interesting which was one of my main reasons why I wanted to participate and registered myself immediately My name is Sheldon and I'm from NYC.
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welcome to the zoo sheldon.....nyc??...didn't know you could boat out there....what with all that concrete and all


well..ask away...we're an easy going bunch but love to talk about our boats.....and help others spend all thier money...

it's kinda slow right now due to the winter doldrums....but there is always someone here to answer your question eventually...

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Hello.
My name is Brian we just got a 2400scr and now just need some heat. In Boise winter is just starting to end. I love the site and all the info.
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Hey Brian and Vicki.....welcome to this great website.

Here in they midwest mother nature is teasing us with 70 degree weather all this week. I think I might start waxing the hull. Maybe time to get the shrink wrap off and get serious:-)

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welcome to the zoo brian and vicki......yeah..it's been a rough winter and I'm sure we're all looking forward to some nice weather....



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Welcome aboard Sheldon, Vicki, and Brian!

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Hello all. We are Maxum newbies Ryan and Tracie. We just purchased a beautiful 1999 Maxum 2800 SCR and are excited to hit the Chesapeake this year. Thank you in advance to all that may help me out with questions that I have. We will be boating in the northern Chesapeake area of Maryland.
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another newb!!..welcome to the zoo ryan/tracie....nice boat and hope you have lots of nice days out there...which according to my best friend from my submarine days...you guys are already getting some fantastic weather....I'm jealous...we've been either snowed in or rained out since oct.....

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Just joined the Maxum and boating world. My name is Trent. Bought a 1999 1800 SR, a couple weeks ago. Live in the Provo, UT area. Today was a pretty nice day, took her out on the first voyage on Utah Lake. I have some questions but will post them on a seperate thread.
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Welcome aboard Ryan and Tracie, congrats on the new purchase. Becky and I did our first year of boating on the Bay, out of the South River. Sure do miss the smell of salt water!

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