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Old 21-02-2013, 06:18   #1
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New boat commissioning

Drove 13 hours to Miami last weekend to look at new boats. And saw two that we really liked.

About how much is the commissioning on a new 36-38 foot boat. Does it change per company? Does Catalina cost more to commission than a Hunter...

Just trying to figure out how much to really expect to spend.

Anyone else enjoy looking at boats in the pouring rain Saturday
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Old 21-02-2013, 10:26   #2
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Re: New boat commissioning

It really depends on what you have done to the boat. Most new boats come with minimal, if any, hardware. So depending on how the specific boat is outfitted and what you want to install it could be substantial.

If you are only talking about putting the boat in the water and getting the rig up it won't be that much, if you want to install a generator, dive compressor, asymetric spinnaker, high end running rigging, ect... The price can go up substantially.

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