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  1. mwwhit1

    mwwhit1 Member

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    We need a picture thread enjoying our Post's. This was in Manhasset Bay\Port Washington NY this past weekend. Cell phone doesn't do the sunset justice.

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  3. RT46

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    great pic,

    Manhasset Bay is a favorite place i havent been to in ...too long.
  4. chesapeake46

    chesapeake46 Senior Member

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    Early morning run down the bay.

    Leaving Severn, headed South for a week 08/11

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  5. mwwhit1

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    Coming back from Oyster Bay on Saturday. LI Sound was flat. Was moored in Oyster for the 4th but wasn't aware of the sinking and tragedy until Thursday. Did see plenty of police and Coast Guard boat activity that night. Really horrible for the families.

    Passed a 46 heading east towing a Whaler? near Glen Cove late morning. Was that anyone on here?

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  6. kapoc

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    me in my happy spot on the post I run

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  7. chesapeake46

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  8. RT46

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    46 Post on the hook at the Pond on Block this summer in the fog and rain....

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    Cruising on Lake Erie on way to Put in Bay

    Taking a mutual picture as I'm passing my friend's boat.

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  10. Cap'n Eddie

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    "MoonShine Too"....the BEAST at rest

    "MoonShine Too"....the BEAST at rest in Longboat Key

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  11. RELENTLESS 7

    RELENTLESS 7 New Member

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    Under way to Newport

    Taken from a friends boat traveling from Point Judith to Newport in Relentless, a 44' POST

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  12. RT46

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    nice boat,

    what kind of power?

    looks like you might have some black smoke?

    was that pic coming out of the hole or at cruise?
  13. RELENTLESS 7

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    Hello RT46, Good eye on the smoke. This picture was 5 years ago and had to rebuild both engines. No smoke today and she cruises at 23 knots @1875. This picture is at cruise with Detroit 6V92's
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    Relentless,

    wow nice cruise speed with the 92's

    BTW, Your cruise speed is close to my WOT speed in a 46 w/ 671 TIBs.

    Maybe I will see you blow by me someday on the way to BI.....just make sure you waive so i can take your pic, ha.

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  15. chesapeake46

    chesapeake46 Senior Member

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    Underway.........

    Nice picture of a great boat on a beautiful day.
    These boats are sexy looking sitting still as well as motovating
  16. Beau

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    Bodacious running at 30 knots

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    Hey RT 46,
    This boat is a great rebirth story. I found her 7 years ago after wanting a POST 46,44,or43 with larger engines than 671's. She was an unloved Repo in Detroit. I bought her from the bank, took her thru Erie, Erie canal, Hudson River, East River and finally Long Island Sound to Point Judith. Rebuilt the engines,redid interior thru-out, new cushions everywhere and new Strato-glass enclosure. Use much more fuel that the 671's, but the speed of this older boat makde it worth it to me. Please tell me about your 46 if you get the chance. Love talking POST.
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    BEAU,
    Great looking lines to your POST under way. Love the look of a 50.
  19. Beau

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    I run up and down the LI sound, a pond for any Post. I can tell a Post 2 miles off. I am so glad they are back in business. From the 50 on down there isn't a better looking boat IMO. They are thoroughbreds! The 53 and 56?? I will be buried at sea in hull 50-042, but I hope I have many engine rebuilds in front of me.
  20. chesapeake46

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    I agree.
    My friend says to me " you've owned that boat long enough, when are you going to get a new one? "

    My reply is that this boat suits me perfectly and I'll stick with it.

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