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Discussion in 'Who's Who' started by First Born, Oct 3, 2006.
Our baby docked @ Herrington Harbour South in Friendship, Maryland
Glad to see you found us, kind of a cool site isn't it............so much for having some extra free time
we still have to meet up
she's is a oldy, but a goodie, new starboard engine,two new transmissions
and a complete new interior come spring
Looove those lines Thomas !!
Thanks Alex D,
She is a 1981-- 310 Vanguard sedan bridge. powered with twin mercury 454's. good thing she has 200 gal.of fuel. for a 31 foot boat she rides like a dream. cruising speed is about 20mph, max is little over 30mph
The Virtual Marina is now open. Please add your boat and photos to the virtual marina here: http://www.byowneryachts.com/forums/phpBB2/garage.php
Hmmm, linky no workee... :smt089
Look up at the top near the search feature and there should be a Virtual Marina, click on that, you must be logged in first. Should work for you.
URL incorrect. Use this:
It's missing the opening code. Use
Thanks 370, I fixed my link up top too.
Pics of sea trial day!
Wandered over from the SRO forum after it sunk. Glad to see people regrouping here.
Heres my 2004 320.
Interesting how the bottom paint surrounds the exhaust ports. Nevr seen that before .. was that from the factory or did you extend the painted area. WHy would this be done? Just curious.
I have no idea why, but I just did a quick surf through yachtworld and it looks like nearly all of the dark hull 320's have that same paint line. But none of the white hulls (it would look odd, I think). I did notice that some of the white hull 320s have plastic through hulls, whereas mine are molded into the glass. I think that might have to do with I/O's vs. Inboards though. That particular exhaust outlet (and the one on the opposite side) is only used when at idle and the engine doesn't create enough pressure to use the underwater exhaust outlets.
Regardless, it came that way from the factory. As did, apparently, a lot of other blue hulled 320s. It might have something to do with the hull color or engine, or could have just been a running change to the 320 model. Perhaps to keep water stains off the (dark) hull?
Anyways, its a great boat!
'04 320 Sundancer, T350Mag V-Drives
After searching Virtual Marina, I see I own the smallest cruiser here. :smt089
I feel a 4 foot ITIS kick'n in.
Great site everyone and some good looking boats. I haven't seen or read anything about my 06' 290 Select EX. Just got her about 2 months ago. Love it...Traded my 02' 320 DA. I'll post some pics soon. Was wondering what other SR owners think about the Select's or if they have any issues..
Forgot to include pics last time
1992 29 sundancer