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- Scurvy Dog
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- Vessel Info: 2000 Carver 506
- Location: Georgian Bay
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The bigger engines don't have to work as hard at lower speeds up there may be a bit of fuel savings, but bigger engines drink more so it's probably a wash.
We don't buy these boats to go flogging them at 27kts so for me the top end is irrelevant. All of the engines in these boats have buckets of torque for running around the dock and getting up on step.
2000 Carver 506
Queens Cove Marina
Georgian Bay, Ontario
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