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End of season

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End of season

Postby Ramsport47 » October 26th, 2014, 8:59 am

So, yesterday (Saturday, October 25th), I took PartnerShip on the 3 hour trip to her storage destination. When I left Cedar Point Marina, the waves were less than 1'. AWESOME, I thought! By the time I reached the Chagrin River (65 + miles away), Lake Erie had swelled to 3' to 5' waves in a following sea. It was the first time in our 2 seasons of owner her that she had been in that big of water. I must say...I LOVE THIS BOAT! She did exceptionally well in that water, not slamming even once. I left Sandusky Bay at 25 MPH (3200RPM) and entered the Chagrin River at the same speed and RPM, not changing it the entire way. BRING ON NEXT SEASON!!!! :-D
1998 Carver 310 Santego
T-Merc 350 Mag MPI (300hp)
Port: Cedar Point Marina, Sandusky, Ohio

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Re: End of season

Postby PCOMT » October 26th, 2014, 10:39 am

Sounds like a fun trip!

Mixed emotions though, it is always hard putting our toys away until next time we can play with them... :cry:

Retired, but not tired, Looking forward to getting out there!

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