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Old 02-16-2014, 11:07 AM
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Great advice from btburner and JohnE - what do you want out of the new boat - what is your current boat lacking.

the Maristar 225 is a very nice boat - Are you thinking get something new - If everything is structurally sound - you could do a lot for a lot less than $20-30K - but then that would be a plan for keeping your boat long term.

If you do plan to keep your boat - I would just start looking for parts that are harder to locate to have them on hand.

If your thinking to buy new just to have newer - newness wears off quickly and then you'll be 10-20K lighter just my .02
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