I have been out of the group for a while. I have a 1988 25ft Bermuda Express (single engine) . We keep it at Sylvan Beach, NY on the NY State Canal System. WE love the boat. No other boat with sooooo much room in the cabin and aft sleeping area. THe big windows are great, except it gets hot in the cabin unless you cover the up to keep the sun out. The only problem is that the windshield leaks alot. I have tried to seal it with RTV. I will add some pictures if somebody can tell me how to do it. The color has fadded some and now looks almost like pink.
There are a few ways to share images on BoatGroups.
Possibly the easiest route to take is uploading straight to
BoatGroups. In the "Post Reply" box at the bottom of the
page, there are two rows of icons on top of the box you
write your reply in. The icon in the top row, furthest to the
right, is a tree with a blue up arrow. Clicking this icon
opens a new window (be sure your pop-up blocker is
disabled or allowing boatus.com), where you can "Browse"
for the file from your computer. after choosing the file,
click "Open", then click "OK, and the image will upload.
Click "OK" in the new box that opened, and if it is
successful, the window will close and your uploaded image
will appear in the box.
Note: The picture cannot be more than 100kb in size due to
restrictions in storage space.
If you have any questions feel free to ask or PM me!
Thats really weird because now I don't see it either, but I
was looking at it and clicking it when I wrote that post.
While I look in to what has happened to it, here is another
way to post pictures:
Create an account with a free image host. The most
popular ones include
Create and account, upload the photos, then on each photo
you can click on them and they will have a box that shows
a link and where that link can be used. If you copy the link
for "Message Boards" / "Forums" / etc, that will provide a
forum friendly link to display your pictures. Just paste the
copied link in to the reply box and your picture will display.
Usually the link will start with "[IMG]".
This way is a more preferred way for most because you do
not have the 100kb restraint on file size.
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