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7 years 2 months ago #9360 by Wej
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That cutting board/knife holder thing kicks ass!!! That's going on my must have list!! Hope he didn't have to sell his boat......if he did I hope it was only to finance his next build.

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7 years 3 months ago #9197 by Leotis
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Huh?

Wish I were building 22 ENVI Offshore Center Console "Ultimate"

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7 years 3 months ago #9196 by Cape_Fisherman
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MarcS wrote: Lance,

How are you getting on?

Regards!


I'm pretty sure Lance sold his boat back in March.

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7 years 3 months ago #9195 by MarcS
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Lance,

How are you getting on?

Regards!

"dedicated to your success"

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7 years 10 months ago #7876 by nzlance
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Installed 316 keel guard I had mad up by local engineer. A ton of fun getting it screwed to hull once it was filled with epoxy.
Also installed shiney new baitboard from an nz built surtees. The purists may hate it but I love it. 3 rod holders, knife slots, removable cutting board, drain tube to be plumbed trough transom, and Nyalic coated so it will stay looking good for years. Every boat should have one.














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7 years 11 months ago #7772 by nzlance
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7 years 11 months ago #7771 by nzlance
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Hope all you lot all safe and sound up there. Summer time just around the corner down here.
Rob... you said you wanted to see the first fish come aboard...... well this one wasnt the first, but was the biggest.

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8 years 2 weeks ago #7690 by MauraB
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Kiwi-Grip that deck. I went through five gallons of the stuff doing my current boat. As you know it's easy to apply. Its also very easy to clean! No more hard scrubbing on the non-skid. It now takes less time to clean the cockpit than the rest of the boat! If you want you can still roll a carpet over it for non-fishing use.

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8 years 2 weeks ago #7689 by M Butts
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having had a boat with carpet .. it's a B%^&* to get fish guts out of, easier to clean non skid. JMHO
By the way looking great.

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8 years 2 weeks ago #7688 by nzlance
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Kiwi grip rolled on gunnels. The name has nothing to do with being patriotic, just a good - easy to use product. Have to do around bow with it next. Giving serious thought to doing floor with it instead of marine carpet.








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