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Old 23-01-2011, 19:57   #31
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Originally Posted by S/V Illusion View Post
Having seen and been on a few Searays at our marina, I can only tell you what the owners told me. In every case, they used the same acronym - FSR.
I can't say what the "F" refers to being a family forum but you can guess easily.

FSR - F... Sea Ray.

Not my opinion, theirs.
Well, now you can say you have heard from others who love their Sea Rays.

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Old 23-01-2011, 21:13   #32
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Originally Posted by Cielo e Mar View Post
Is the Cruisers forum only a sailboat forum?
If this were the case, we would have to ban any sailor who was caught dropping their sails and getting under way under power.


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Old 23-01-2011, 21:21   #33
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i have a 2005 Sea Ray 380 that was purchased new...Great boat . Have cruised from Annapolis , MD to Key West and Bahamas several times. No problems.
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If the boat is a deep V its going to "wander".. A modified deep V will also wander but not to that extreme. The less degree of deadrise the less it will "drift"

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Old 03-02-2011, 08:21   #35
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Never saw one (SR) sink unless it was in an accident...

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