How much is my boat worth?

Discussion in 'Boating Discussion' started by GregorXr, Feb 25, 2017.

  1. hbouldin1216

    hbouldin1216 I've posted enough I should edit this section

    Location:
    San Pedro, CA
    Name:
    Henry Bouldin
    Boat:
    14 Gregor - Tinacious
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    This is f**king insane...
     
  2. Chrislarson757

    Chrislarson757 Member

    Location:
    United States
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    Chris L
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    When I get one...
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    Mind....blown.
     
  3. Arima-bob

    Arima-bob Ship faced aquaholic

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    Beeulzebob
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    I wouldn't stop the thread, but keep it going as a reminder to others what NOT to do. Also something for those willing to help, many of us would appreciate it, but some don't care.
     
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  4. sea onion

    sea onion Member

    Location:
    Central coast
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    Brian
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    sea onion
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    It's the accident I can't look away from.
     
  5. GregorXr

    GregorXr Member

    Location:
    Temecula
    Name:
    Robin Boyer
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    Patients Boat!
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    I am only human and a man and the only boats I owned before was a 12 ft Gregor. Very much different. Big learning curve with my sea hawk. I've bought rods and there bad choices but we make them should I be shot for making a mistake. I gave this boat all I had my last penny arima bob knows this first hand.
     
  6. mullet

    mullet Metal Fabricator

    Location:
    San Fernando Valley
    Name:
    Mike
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    19"Gregor
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  7. Arima-bob

    Arima-bob Ship faced aquaholic

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    Beeulzebob
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    I saw you blow your money on hotel rooms and alcohol... Yes, you put a lot of money into your boat, but you didn't want anything to do with doing it yourself. You asked for others to do the work, and what they wouldn't do, you paid a shop. All that stuff done was fairly simple. All you had to do was listen and learn. There's a lot of knowledge here, and some opinions differ, but lots of good advice. You owe people that helped you with that boat at minimum a huge apology. They were just hoping for a ride to fish, or help a fellow fisherman.
     
  8. GregorXr

    GregorXr Member

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    Temecula
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    Robin Boyer
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    Patients Boat!
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    Oh ya I'll be taking people fishing still I just want to put them in a boat that's going to make it back to shore that's all. Big apology for those that have been waiting for me I been doing everything in my power and wallets power to get that boat going. I am sure bob knows the growing pains I speak of. I am still learning the ropes of life.
     
  9. Arima-bob

    Arima-bob Ship faced aquaholic

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    Beeulzebob
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    You had a great boat with tons of potential. Not to be a dick, but I think you should understand more about owning a boat before buying another one. Financial stability helps a lot too. Boats ain't cheap!
     
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  10. Dudley613

    Dudley613 Well-Known "Member"

    Location:
    Inyotuckee CA
    Name:
    Chris
    Boat:
    21' Cole superhawk "Beep Beep", 20' bayrunner open
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    My hat is off to you Bob, I keep looking for this thread. Idk why. I just need closureo_O
     
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  11. gecsr1

    gecsr1 28' Aquasport "Reel Adventure II"

    Location:
    Poway Ca
    Name:
    Gary
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    28' Aquasport "Reel Adventure II" / PlainJaneRods
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    what a waste of internet.... showing the world what a dumb ass you are....
    Some one should put this thread to rest..... and give the BD community a break....
     
  12. Carpfisher

    Carpfisher Chief Cook & Bottle Washer

    Location:
    Carpinteria
    Name:
    Paul
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    226 Cabo Cuddycon, 16' Bayrunner
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    What does "Patients Boat" mean. Just wondering ?
     
  13. GregorXr

    GregorXr Member

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    Temecula
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    Robin Boyer
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    Just bustin it up for a couple of bucks!
     
  14. GregorXr

    GregorXr Member

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    Temecula
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    Robin Boyer
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    Patients Boat!
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    I used to be a care taker so I just named my boat the patients boat.
     
  15. mullet

    mullet Metal Fabricator

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    San Fernando Valley
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    Mike
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    19"Gregor
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    I hope the "Friend" you sold it to doesn't read BDS,this comment might be hard to explain.
     
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  16. gecsr1

    gecsr1 28' Aquasport "Reel Adventure II"

    Location:
    Poway Ca
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    Gary
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    28' Aquasport "Reel Adventure II" / PlainJaneRods
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    The OP is one smart cookie......:rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:
     
  17. Bigeasy

    Bigeasy yeah, yeah!

    Location:
    Vallejo, CA
    Name:
    Eric W.
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    Tunacious 238 Coastal Twin 150-E
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    Tin boats are the cheapest to run! It seemed like you used and abused your contemporaries and dumped the boat 1st chance! Probably cheaper to repower the tin boat than getting a cuddy inboard or outboard! I slept on my Bayrunner before! 4 man tent sat exactly right in front of the helm with a queen air mattress! I loved that tin boat!
    Hell you convinced me to go get another one!!! My back is all fuked up from the pounding less the 4-5 hundred dollar gas bills when I go fishing now! Hell that boat cost less than $100.00 to run including fuel for my truck and beer! And I still had money left over for burgers on the way home! Oh, I forgot spray a little water on that muther and keep it moving! No long assed washing like now!
     
  18. sealskinner

    sealskinner Retired Pimp

    Location:
    in the Hood
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    Mike
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    Franks ho
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    OP. Please don't respond anymore. You realize you're being used as a tool. Right? But if you enjoy the abuse. Please feel free.
     
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  19. apogee

    apogee My name is Apogee and I am a Squidaholic

    Location:
    Bakersfield
    Name:
    Apogee..
    Boat:
    Boston Whaler Outrage 28 (End Game)
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    I have never sold a decent boat for more money than I had put into it. I figure the monetary loss is just the price of the entertainment delivered. I just keep it real and don't sweat the rest when it comes to boat ownership. If I get half I am doing good. I find the majority of would be potential boat owners, talks a big story until it is time to throw down some cash........
     
  20. flyinverted

    flyinverted Member

    Location:
    Fullerton, CA
    Name:
    Steve
    Boat:
    Trojan F32
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    Your boat is always worth about 3-5k more than your highest offer.
     

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