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602 j p Re: 2320 SL with Yamaha F200 9/8/2005 12:09:00

I have a 2005 with that set up. Having been a sailor for 30 years, I don't have
a lot to compare it to, but it's a good bay boat for me and I'm quite happy with
it so far. A few annoying problems - nothing major - but all in all, a good
boat. So far with the F200 I'm happy with the fuel consumption; with trolling
and limiting the speed to 4000 rpm, I've used roughly 150 gallons
in 60 hours (I'll know later today when I fill it up). The cabin is quite
comfortable when driving into a chop and I've taken in very little water over
the rail. I did get the second station and wouldn't think of getting another
boat without it. So much easier to dock and work fish and just sitting on the
coaming while steering - one foot overboard and one on the deck. And the engine
is so quiet you can carry on a conversation up moderate speed. Not a great
offshore boat tho. You have to pick your days.

southampton ny
whaler <<a href="/group/parkerboats/post?postID=aZhC97NuoEhH6hxPp86lIYVYyEgOwegdPMfONGAtn5xdOMHZfsAZNKamMNVHDQC_HHmsPkwUFQ">whalersal@...</a>> wrote:
I have head there is not much difference at all between the F200 and
F225, and am thinking of going that route. Anyone have that boat /
setup and can advise first hand how it is? Thanks, Sal

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