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Discussion in 'Pontoon Forum' started by Spoiledrotten, Nov 11, 2017.

  1. Spoiledrotten

    Spoiledrotten Well-Known Member

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    These are a little different from what’s normally seen. Post some that you’ve run across.

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    I have seen the mahogany Q here on our lake. It runs about $150000.

    Is the red one also a paddle boat or is there a small motor on it?!? Looks like a battery box on the back.....
     
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  5. Spoiledrotten

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    You’ve probably all already seen this one.

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    It does look like a battery box on the small red one. It's "cute", but I'd be hesitant about spending money on something THAT small.
     
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    Actually, we started out on one almost that small. We had a 6x15. It got us a taste of pontooning and whether we would enjoy it. Can be towed with a small car and stored in a small garage. We had it for 3 years till we moved up to a Benny.
     
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    Wow, Semper. That was only wide enough for one log, wasn't it? One right down the middle. :D You've come a long way from that.
     
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    Yeah, we look back and laugh because that boats useable deck was about 6x12 . The deck was actually about 6x14 but the seat took up 2'. Our boat now is 8'6" x 25'. It's like a cruiser vs. a dinghy ... :D It's so big, we text each other to communicate!! ;)
     
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    I know what you mean since we went from the 20 to the 24, and it seems like a cruise ship in comparison to the size. I swear, this one seems to be twice as bid from inside the playpen. Might be because we have the entire length of the boat unobstructed down the middle.
     

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