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Thought this was a cool picture.  Sunset on central Missouri"s Pomme De Terre Lake, Memorial Weekend 2009 from my patio looking east.  This was the first weekend I had the boat in the water since buying it.




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Here"s a pic of "All Spruced Up".  I"m almost ready to launch her.


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Sorry, didn"t know this thread had closed, so opening it back up for others.
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My toon in the bay behind our house at Panama City Fl. 



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Absolutely beautiful pics  
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Here is the PartyHut !


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That"s for sure! I really like how different they are when folks add their own touches.  When I covered offshore performance boats for examiner.com, I was amazed at how every owner told me how they wanted their boat to be unique, but they all seemed to be a lot more alike than unique.  Not so with toons!

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Welcome Stephen!! What kind of toon are you after? And nice lookin" GillGetter there Dave.
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Welcome and Good luck in your search, Stephen.

Welcome Semperfi!  Very nice looking toon. 

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My wife me told me back when I said I DO that really meant I would DO everything she said whenever she said for me to do something. Not too sure now after 32 yrs of marriage I actually agreed to that but something must be working after all these years. I told her I didn"t remember saying that at all & she said yes I did & the certificate hanging on the wall proved it.

I just tell her what I"m doing to the boat is for HER enjoyment & that"s the end of the it.

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You guys sound like me.  After almost 36 years I have my wife right where she wants me   I wear the pants around here.  She just tells me which ones to wear and when I can wear em.
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31 years, but my wife don"t tell me which ones to wear, she lays it out and says "here"
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my 1st 5 with a dumb blonde were words I can"t describe on the forum  but it made me look after it cost me time and money and heartache, but I did real real good on the 2nd try
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Yeah same here Charles. The 5 yrs I WASTED taught me there were much better things in life & a much better person to SHARE them with. Don"t forget its was HER (wife) after all the kids were grown & out on their own that told me WE NEED A BOAT!!  Well..............................she has HER boat if I ever get it finished.

Its 100 degrees here today with temps to go to 101 tomorrow & 105 on Saturday.  but I"m working on it just the same. SLOWLY but I"m working.

I"ve just finished painting the last fence panel & the paint it being BAKED on as I write. HER boat along with my daughter being CAPTAIN is going along pretty good right. I"ll post some pictures in my rebuild section.

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Just got her 2 months ago. Not me in the pics, I was on camera duty!

MMMM... Fajitas!!!!!

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Welcome but tell us more about your boat/motor. I see you guys had also been fishing besides swimming and eating.
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Joined the forum about a month ago and just now got around to posting. She is a 2001 Voyager 18 sport with a Merc 60. We hang out at Canyon lake just north of San Antonio TX. We have not been fishing yet, but I do plan on taking her out to the bay in Corpus Christi at some point to do some trout and red fishing. I have added a slide out ladder to the front, swing away hitch, so she can fit in a normal size storage, new sound system with XM radio, and a table from Pontoonstuff. Got lucky and found  great deals on my BBQ pit and ski vest on craigslist! I have been lucky not having many problems. I had an issue with ethanol residue clogging my fuel line, but have resolved it and we have been problem free on our outings since. Have been boating my whole life, but have been without a boat for the last 2 years, so I was very excited to get this one! Have gotten some great tips as well as seeing some killer toons on here, so thanks everyone!

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Thought it was a Voyager since the fencing and toons looked exactly like mine.
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Thanks. That is my anchor rope, the boat had an electric winch when I got it. I am not crazy about it being right in front next to the ladder, but it works. I am really happy with the ladder, the same company made my motorcyle carrier "motobatteries". It was much less then the other ladders I found and is built really well.
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Check this one out. A little pricey, but pretty cool.



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Since I went to a checklist, it has improved maritial relations (not THAT kind) and reduced the return trips for the tackle box/cooler/PFDs/boat keys, etc.

I recommend them, since i have CRS anyway. CRS = Can"t Remember Squat

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Ahhh so that"s whats my problem called . Gotta start doing that, left the tackle box home on the last trip - real bummer. You know, I didn"t think I liked red on a pontoon boat, but after looking at it again, its not bad with white mixed in. Now on a car, I love candy apple red on the "right" car. (57 Chevy or 53 Ford)
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Slickridge. Love the boat. The powder coated rails are awesome!!Thumbs Up
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This is a 2004 Voyager, titled as a 23 ft, but really a special built 27 foot. The title from Texas will state 27 foot as I had it inspected by a wildlife officer.  Special Built for the Voyager dealer, twin Honda 150 four strokes, runs 60 MPH.  They had twin 225's for a speed run, 90 mph, but started walking on rear of toons.  They installed the 150's and it is nice. They kept it until last summer when I purchased, as first retail purchaser I got 5 year warranty on motors.  Cant hear them run. It takes any rough water as smooth as glass.  You can go over big cruiser wakes 4 ft tall at full speed and still like glass.  Get over 4 MPG at 30 MPH.
I love it but down sizing this spring so I can build my new lake house.  See current rebuild section for what I am building.






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You go by what the manufacturer has stated on their tag, not what some wildlife officer thinks it is. If it was specially built, the manufacturer would have indicated that on their tag or title paperwork. Now if the dealer changed out the toons for longer ones, then they should have put in the paperwork to have the title admended/altered. Do the texas wildlife officers make the determination of what a title should reflect?  By the way do my eyes deceive me again? Wink  or do I see 2 motors on the toons, or one is the main motor and the other one is a kicker motor (seems awful big for a kicker) unless you're offshore (salty) fishing then I could see having it.

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   Nice looking boat there , it looks fast on the trailer !!!  Three hundred ponies sounds like enough to me. I think 450 h.p. is a bit much for a toon. I don't know where you could really need the extra 150 h.p. unless your trying to get your fuel guage to go faster than the boatLOL
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300hp on a toon...I'm sure blowing by some of these runabouts at 60MPH gets their attention, especially with a boat that big.  Hope you got the cooler strapped down Beer
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Originally posted by Wildcat Dude Wildcat Dude wrote:

You go by what the manufacturer has stated on their tag, not what some wildlife officer thinks it is. If it was specially built, the manufacturer would have indicated that on their tag or title paperwork. Now if the dealer changed out the toons for longer ones, then they should have put in the paperwork to have the title admended/altered. Do the texas wildlife officers make the determination of what a title should reflect?  By the way do my eyes deceive me again? Wink  or do I see 2 motors on the toons, or one is the main motor and the other one is a kicker motor (seems awful big for a kicker) unless you're offshore (salty) fishing then I could see having it.


Voyager put the 23 foot tag on as it is a standard model and the center console and fence are what comes on that model and the standard model measures 23 feet and this one measures 27 ft 9 inches so the wildlife officer said it will be shown to be a 27 foot on the new Texas title.   YES two 150 HP honda motors.
It hits 60 MPH in a flash, actually running 6200 at WOT so I am going to prop up to get it down to 5800 or less and maybe even more speed but less hole shot.
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Doin 60 mph and hitting some of them big Texas mosquitoes would probably hurt a little.LOL I would hate to pay the gas bill if it gets 4 mpg at 30mph, but it's definitely a nice lookin toon! 
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