A New Owner

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sailors3
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A New Owner

Post by sailors3 » Mon Aug 01, 2005 5:49 pm

We are proud owners of hull #15. Just wondering if anyone is still posting on this forum? Would like to start some discussions about equipment that you have that has worked or not. Things to look for upon taking delivery. Just try to start get to know some of the other owners out there. Thanks for any response. :?:

eyecatcher
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Location: P'COLA, FL Donnie Stephens, 4414

us 2

Post by eyecatcher » Mon Aug 01, 2005 6:27 pm

We also are new proud owners just arriving to this site. We will take delivery of Hull #14 in May '06. We will port her in Pensacola FL. I also want to know lots of user friendly do and don'ts. Maybe we can be of help to each other. My main ????? right now have to do with the water maker and the generator. I want to know if the generator is gonna be big enough to run all three a/c units at once and if the little wonder water maker is the right choice for live-aboards.

Don and Bobby Stephens
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Tanah-Keeta
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Post by Tanah-Keeta » Tue Aug 02, 2005 7:41 am

My choice for a watermaker is Spectra. Pricy but it works great. I have the smallest.. it makes about 7 gal per hour. For a liveaboard, you would probably want a larger one.
Ron McDaniel
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jbrad
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PENSACOLA

Post by jbrad » Tue Aug 02, 2005 8:12 pm

HI DON AND DEBBIE.

I LIVE IN PENSACOLA AND HAVE A MV34," MR. BUSY ". WE HAVE HAD VERY GOOD RELATIONS WITH THE PDQ GROUP AND ENJOY THE BOAT. IF YOU WANT TO DISCUSS, EMAIL @ JBRADMASON@AOL.COM
MR BUSY

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