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Gecha (Gerry)
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OC Safety

Postby Gecha (Gerry) » Tue Oct 03, 2017 8:11 pm

I got my new pontoon in June.
Here's a pic when they put it in the water for the first time.
Nothing fancy on that new boat, we wanted something reasonable priced, easy to maintain and fun to ride, with plenty of room for friends.
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We now have close to 100 hours on it, and loved every minute of it.
We added a few items, like a Lowrance fish finder/GPS, ropes, 2 anchors, rod holders, and the mandatory safety equipment.
Since we invite many friends onboard, we wanted to be sure everyone feel safe so we added some instructions in case of fire or sinking.
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Re: OC Safety

Postby Reelax » Wed Oct 04, 2017 6:17 am

Isn't that also the flood gate when you hammer into the big wakes? That pontoon is very comfy with room for a whole party.

Thanks for the tour around OC in it earlier this year, perfect boat for your OC summers, they are getting more popular here all the time.
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Re: OC Safety

Postby fishy1 » Mon Oct 16, 2017 5:40 am

very nice pontoon boat gerry.
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Re: OC Safety

Postby Gecha (Gerry) » Mon Oct 16, 2017 10:09 am

Our salt water fishing season has ended. Pontoon was put in storage last week, and we are now back home in Montreal. It's time to switch to salmon and walleye fishing. looking forward at the frostbite.
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