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    Dingy help-gctid375989

    I am looking for a dingy for my Bayliner 2452 Classic, can anyone give me advise on what to get and where keep it?

    #2
    Can't help with the where/what to get, but will say that Davits are among the easiest way to carry a tender.

    However, on smaller hulls the added stern weight can be a factor re; planing attitude and fuel usage.

    I'd go with the lightest weight tender that you can find, yet one that suits your needs.

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    Rick E. Gresham, Oregon
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    Twin 280 HP 5.7's w/ Closed Cooling
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      #3
      If you get one that is light enough you can store it on the bow, this would likely rule out owning a rib unless you lift weights. I have a hypalon 8ft with inflatable keel that i can pull up over the bow rail without too much effort

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        #4
        Do a search on Baltic. I have mine for two years now and love it. You can't beat the price.

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          #5
          Mike,

          Glad to hear you like your Baltic. I bought the same one last fall but haven't tried it out yet.
          Doug
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          98 Carver 350 Mariner
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