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Re: shore liner plans

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  • matthew c
    Message 1 of 11 , Dec 8, 2011
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      --- In AtkinBoats@yahoogroups.com, "Brandon F" <brandonfordus@...> wrote:
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      > --- In AtkinBoats@yahoogroups.com, matthew cook <cookmatt67@> wrote:
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      > > Im nt real concerned with the cops but here a homebuilt vessel must be inspected and certified by the state before a title will be issued, and i'm sure the deminsions are checked.  If it werent for that i wouldn't alter it.
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      > > "Treat the earth well.
      > > It was not given to you by your parents,
      > > it was loaned to you by your children."
      > > ...Native American Proverb
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      > In my experience, the water=patrol deputies showed up at the appointed time, ask me how long it was, filled out the form and were gone. Less than 5 minutes. I had my 30-foot tape there, but they took my word for it. Length is all they were interested in and making sure it was a new build.
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      > Brandon
      >Thats good to hear, not sure what to do. i know i cant afford to pay for a boat sitting in a marina at $750.00 per month as was quoted to me by my countys municipal marina, and id hate to spend all this time and money on a boat that i cant use but once or twice a year due to moving it. perhaps i should just pull out Parker's sharpie book and forget about these atkins plans altogether..... just saw the "new sister" with a bit shorter beam and a trunk cabin and figured that it and the shoreliner sure do resemble "fat flattie" hulls to me...
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