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Old 06-29-2008, 05:03 PM   #1
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It appears that little maxum boats are on this forum. Is there another forum for 41 footers?
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Old 06-30-2008, 03:52 PM   #2
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Hmmm. I guess it's because there are more 'little' boats on most waters than 'big boats' (case of 'boat envy'?).

I like the current format where 'all' Maxum owners can peacefully co-mingle and share experience and knowledge. I've taken many 'big boat' ideas and applied them to my 'little boat'.

Maybe try another forum like yachtworld.com or luxuryyachts.com

But then, your 41' would then be considered a 'little boat' to them.

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Old 06-30-2008, 05:38 PM   #3
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It appears that little maxum boats are on this forum. Is there another forum for 41 footers?
Maybe 'little Maxum boats' are on here as it says "Maxum Owners Club" forum, meaning to be for any size Maxum ... and not 41 foot and above owners forum.

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Have you tried http://www.maxumowners.org/ ?
They seem to cater to vessels of your size... as well as those of us with "little" boats.
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Old 06-30-2008, 07:34 PM   #5
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Beemer i was always told size dosent matter its what you do with it that counts
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Old 06-30-2008, 07:37 PM   #6
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Diggman just noticed you live in wakefield MA i live in the original wakefield in west yorkshire england (i think its the original)

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Ash - Hello my fellow Wakefieldian (in name sake) from across the pond! Not 100% certain, but I think my town is named after a fellow who owned a shoe manufacturing business... either that or he ran a brothel.

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The shoe manufacturing sounds like a load of cobblers id go for the brothel
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"id go for the brothel "

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It would have to be free osprey you know us yorkshire folk we dont like parting with our brass
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Old 09-03-2008, 12:32 AM   #11
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alas, I only have a bitty 18 footer mx...but thats ok, my buddy has a 60' carver! He doesn't use forums. He's too busy just letting his boat sit there!
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welcome to the zoo....hope someone will post on your question...

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Sorry, I started thinking out loud and sent this post across the bar for a short fling.

HPS, what was your question?

BTW- most 41 footers and better are owned by the bank, only 'rented' by the 'owner'. Same with 90% of Benz and Bimmer's. Look good, smell good, but just as broke as the rest of us.

Okay, I'm done now.
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I have a Maxum 3700 SCR down here in Madeira Beach, FL. I've been a member of the website for about a year now and have seen stuff posted by members with varing boat sizes. I guess since there are more smaller boats in the water that relates to the number of smaller boat owners on this forum. I've owned my boat for a bout a year and have several questions answered by members of this forum and they were very helpful. So please ask away and let the folks here help you out if they can.
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so... hows the weather where you are..?? :?:
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might wanna start a new thread....


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or maybe delete this one all together..
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