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theborg
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Posted: March 09 2008 at 10:47 | IP Logged Quote theborg

Anyone else out there own an older sea-pro? mine is a 1990 21'WA - I really like the boat - it has good freeboard for my 4 yr old daughter and a nice deep vee hull to handle the rough stuff - I live on the great south bay in bayport Long Island and take it out to the ocean through the fire island inlet regularly - with the hull out of the water I checked below the waterline with a small hammer and the hull seems solid as a rock. I see plenty of sea-pro's around but none quite as old as mine - the rear deck has a soft spot but the rest of the boat is in pretty good shape for an 18yr old. I'd be interested in hearing how these boats hold up over the long run.

Thanks

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Phoenix53
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Posted: March 24 2008 at 17:10 | IP Logged Quote Phoenix53

Hi,   I just purchased a `90 Sea Pro 21 walkaround from the original owner and pick it up this weekend.. I`ll get back after then.
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theborg
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Posted: April 20 2008 at 07:06 | IP Logged Quote theborg

Hi Phoenix53,
How did you make out with your purchase? Are you afloat yet?
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jon_con
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Posted: May 12 2008 at 12:10 | IP Logged Quote jon_con

Have a '91 also, this will be first summer & have some questions about raw water washdown....pump unit failed and I am not replacing but not having had one before, I'm a bit confused/concerned that water drains from the raw water intake when washing down the decks. Boat is still on trailer.... how could that happen?

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CuCountry
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Posted: May 13 2008 at 18:01 | IP Logged Quote CuCountry

It sounds like your wash down water is accumulating in the bildge and running out from a broken component or line to the raw water inlet. Mine is a newer boat but it sounds like a similar set-up. Good luck.

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jon_con
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Posted: May 20 2008 at 07:28 | IP Logged Quote jon_con

Thanks, makes sense. I really appreciate the reply.
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