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Made the plunge

Discussion in 'Chris Craft Roamer Yacht' started by bally, May 24, 2005.

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  1. bally

    bally Guest

    We recently purchased a 1966 48 foot Roamer, we are looking forward to a long and wonderful relationship with her. We finished moving aboard the other week and of course are still trying to figure out what we did with everything.

    We will post more later and will be asking a lot of questions over the coming years.

    Byron
  2. CaptainRoamer

    CaptainRoamer New Member

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    Byron,

    Welcome! Do you have pictures? Post!
  3. alloyed2sea

    alloyed2sea Moderator

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    Welcome Byron!
    So you bought Paul's "Never Enough" - what a great Roamer.
    Are you going to keep the name? I always liked that one.
    IN any case, welcome to our little club - the Yachtforums are a great place on the web. Hopefully, I'll see you in person this summer - I'm located right across the river (Ft. Belvoir Marina) - and will be bringing my '67 Riv 37' "TIn Tonic" by to see how she floats soonest.
    Cheers!
    Eric
    Last edited: May 25, 2005
  4. alloyed2sea

    alloyed2sea Moderator

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    Surprise Visit

    Byron -
    Cruised on by this afternoon to visit your "new" Roamer - but only your dog & cat were home. Boat looked good, and we let everyone on the dock know it was us!
    (See photo of my boy and friend below)
    Maybe next time! :p
    Cheers!
    Eric
    PS - Is the big tug Paul's new "boat"? :eek:

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  5. Capt Keller

    Capt Keller New Member

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    Well, it finally happened, the boat is mine...

    The 1970 38' steel hulled Chris Craft Roamer Sedan w/Flybridge, formerly known as Survivor, and now US Coast Guard registered as GEMINI is all mine. (See seastories for our adventure bringing it to her home port of Lorain, Ohio.) [IMG][IMG]

    Capt John S. Keller
    Great Lakes Pilot

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