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Joined: March 14 2007
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Posted: October 30 2007 at 02:32 | IP Logged Quote twoforhooking

I am currently looking at 320 Voyagers (1996 - 1999). Does anyone have any comments regarding this model - good or cationary? I am looking for a mid size fly bridge model with accomodations for 4/6, large cockpit for entertaining / fishing, but also a larger bridge for entertaining / seating. I know boating is all about comprimises, but I find the 320 voyager a good all around boat but still small enough to find moorage and decent performance. This is an addition to a previous post but there were no responses.

If not on the 320 voyager, does anyone have any comments on the Crusaders 350's? What should one watch for when looking at V drives (ie dripless or not shafts, etc).

Thank you in advance,

TwoForHooking



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