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Old 12-31-2009, 03:44 AM   #1
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Cool...this is great...I have the Bayliner 340..35 ft loa with a beam of 11.5ft...
twin 5.7mag mpi engines..b3 drive mercruiser seacore systems....so...lets talk about big boats!!


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Old 01-02-2010, 12:04 AM   #2
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1994 Maxum 3200 SCR.....bought her in april and enjoying every weekend.
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Old 01-23-2010, 11:30 PM   #3
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My "new" 1998 Maxum 3700 SCR. Elk River, MD
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no talking, just pictures........i think we all are interested in the inside, equipment, motorizing etc etc......come on let us be part of your dream.....
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Old 01-25-2010, 11:57 PM   #5
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ok...my Bayliner 340 is equipt with 2 5.7ltr mpi engines and B3 drives...I got 48mph out of her with a full bag of gas and only me on the boat and I hadn't even started to trim the drives up any....

I've posted several photo's of the inside of the boat in my album...I'll show a few here later tonite...or go here and check her out when we first got her last march
http://www.maxumownersclub.com/forum....php?albumid=3


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All very nice looking yachts gents! Gives us "sport boat" guys something to look forward to!
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Old 01-26-2010, 04:57 PM   #7
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Here's the good looking rear-end of my girl... and her profile.....

Is it summer yet?????

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Here is a couple more of my baby........

Bella....sure like your larger swim platform......
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Hey HavaMax,

Your 3200SCR is not too shabby either! Its like looking at my boats younger sister; (They look the same but are still different)! I think that the extra foot on the 3300 got stuck on the swim platform cuz the rest of the boat looks very simular. It is nice to be able to thro a couple of chairs back there and quaf some beers! Sorry for not sending you the oven pics yet (and yes I checked your counter is identical so it should fit just fine) this week somtime I'll open my time capsule (the shrink wrapped boat) and stick one of those zipper doors on the cover, Burr! this years winter boat project is that I'm working on a beefy helm seat height adjustable base that will raise and lower it 14". It will be nice to lean against and for getting a view above the windshield glass and face in the breeze and better visibility too.

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Bella, nice idea about the helm seat!! One project at a time for me...right now I am just about done converting all the lights to LED's. What a difference, and I really like the power savings of LED's. My next little project is an install of a washdown pump. I will use a jabsco pump and tie into the head seacock and mount the hose connection inside my rear storage bin(same one as the hot/cold fresh water shower).

I dont miss the pacific northwest winters......we stayed on the boat sat. night and the temps got down to about 45!!! Nice to just turn up the heat and watch a little football!!........jesse
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Cool idea with the LED's. One thing that I did with my cockpit lighting is convert all the lenses on the courtesy lights to nite time red and also replace the overhead lights on the radar wing to dual colored red/white light fixtures so you can choose the amount of light. It works fantastic for night time navigation saving your night time eye sight and the bugs don't seem to attracted to it as much either.

Telling about your week end on the boat is like giving me a paper cut and putting lemon juice on it while the outside temp here is a balmy 17 degrees- LUCKY DOG!!

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Sorry for the paper cut!!!! You will hear me whining in july/sept when its about 120 daytime and 96 nights......no boating then!!!
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I remember thos days, keep in mind that I was born and raised in so cal Dana Point area. Moved here to get rich with a cheaper place to manufacture our machines www.gleasonengineering.com I have been to the river chain of lakes so many times I lost count. You should look into a water misting system to clip onto your bimini. They work fantastic when its africa hot!!

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I just got a 3700 and keep it at Locust Point where are you at
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I took my 1998 3700 out Saturday for my first time and the first boat I passed had to be you. Your boat looked great My wife might have a picture of your if she does I'll sent it to you
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You have to be the 3700 I passed when I took by 3700 to get gas several week ago it was a great looking boat. I keep mine at Locust Point
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That's one nice Big Boat!!! I never thought of taking a good pic like that next to my trailred boat.
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Was that you I saw Saturday. Your 37 looks great. I was able to get gas at Bo bay last month for $3.40 a Gal and had to have my vac u flush repaired. They did a great job
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Hey, It is superb sports yacht. It really looks cool. I also have one big yacht...Click image for larger version

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