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New Owner 28 Apr 2017 23:24 #1

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Hey all... im Tommy from Houston TX and recently bought a 2017 VR5. Took it for a spin and cant wait to get back on the water. Thankfully I have access to a lake within 10mins.

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New Owner 29 Apr 2017 00:12 #2

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Welcome. Lots of knowledgeable folks on here if you need help. Happy boating!

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New Owner 29 Apr 2017 02:22 #3

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Welcome! Always glad to see fellow VR5 owners. More details (engine, options, etc) and pics please :)

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2017 Ram Crew Cab - 4X4 - 5.7 Hemi

New Owner 29 Apr 2017 22:28 #4

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This is John. Just picked up a 1996 Bayliner Capri 1950 that will be named "Our Next 30 Years". First boat, so happy day right now. Hope it stays that way.

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New Owner 30 Apr 2017 00:40 #5

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We just purchase the boat in my signature and added the Bimini and depth/fish finder/GPS unit. It was a left over stock and got $750 off. We are 5 mins from the Redondo Boat launch into the Puget Sound. We pick the boat up in three days and I'll practice launching, docking and loading in a near by lake before heading to the Sound. We're really excited to explore the Puget Sound in a whole new way and to catch some crabs and salmon.

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This is my first boat...2016 Bayliner 175BR, 3.0 Mercruiser, 135 hp, Bimini cover, Raymarine Dragonfly 7 Pro. Live in Federal Way, WA

This is my blog tracking my experiences as a new boat owner in the Puget Sound region. www.tumblr.com/blog/puget-sound-boating
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