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Old 16-02-2005, 12:39 AM   #21
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Country: Ireland
Location: Dublin
Occupation: Boatbuilder
Boat make: Hydrostream V-king, 650SS OCR ,Ring 21, Ring 18, Phantom 18.
Engines: 300Hp Mercury 2.4, 130 Yamaha, Bridgeport EFI, XR6, Merc 200.
Cruising area: Malahide, Dublin

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I looked into them when I was buying my boat, someone in work told me about them! They had a Hydrostream listed for over 4 times what I bought mine for! And it had no engine, mine did.


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Old 16-02-2005, 11:23 AM   #22
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Country: UK
Location: East Sussex
Boat name: Impulse
Boat make: Bayliner 2050 Bowrider
Engines: 3 Ltr Mercruiser
Cruising area: Brighton south coast

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Hi I recently bought a boat from Proffessional yacht Sales in Lakeland. They arranged all the shipping and overland transport to Baltimore. The only thing I had to do was to pay the VAT and Customs fee to Southampton Customs and exise before it arrived. I bought a 28 Flybridge. The shipping costs were about £2800 Customs handling was about £250 and then obviously VAT. The overseas journey was 12 days, and they told us what ship and what the estimated time of arrival was, and we saw it comming into southampton. We got the boat in Brighton Marina 3 Days after it arrived and sold it within 6 hours for 100% profit. So Good luck. The web page of the broker we used is

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