Buying Your First Boat

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  • #6403

    yellowfin
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    [size=10]1. If you will use your boat only once or twice per year you are probably better off investing the money in an income earning asset. If you won’t be using the boat much you might be better taking a charter or going out with a mate. A charter skipper will know the best spots and have heaps of experience.

    #7929

    yellowfin
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    Whats your take on kyaks?Are they any good to fish from?Where i am you need only go 100 mtrs from shore to get into deep water where the kingfish and good size snapper are.So a power boat is not really needed and i wouldnt use it that much.

    #7935

    yellowfin
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    If your looking at getting into Kayak fishing there are a few good websites you could have a look at

    http://www.gokayakfishing.co.nz/w/default.asp

    http://www.oceankayak.co.nz/index.php?option=content&task=view&id=18&Itemid=43

    #7945

    yellowfin
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    chears some good prices there aswell.:D

    #14008

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    yellowfin

    #18360

    yellowfin
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    I would recommend to anyone looking at buying their first boat to have a look at http://www.seasurge.co.nz They have a massive range of aluminium pontoon boats. They manufacture all the boats themselves and so can make it how you want it.

    #20599

    yellowfin
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    Hey there..!! Nice stuff..!!Thank you for sharing this with us..!!

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