Boat Reviews By Owners
1976 -- 29' 0" LAND & SEA
Cockpit: Ok for fishing. Visibility is somewhat limited on one side due to the cabin set up...there is a bathroom one cannot look through.
Cabin: Kitchen has eating area for 4 to sit, two burner stove, small fridge, double sink, microwave, two storage areas and four drawers; eating areas at bow and stern seat 4-5.
New carpet, plumbing...all copper lines replaced, sleeps 5 easily.Middle of boat has bathroom with shower, toilet, sink, and cabinet space. There is quite a bit of cabin space, as well as a wooden dresser that was installed under the bunk bed in the middle of the boat.
Construction: Fiberglass & wood. All old/rotted wood recently replaced. Boat has all new plumbing...all old copper lines have been replaced. Painted last Summer, white with a red striping. All windows have recently been recaulked...this boat and my husband just went through the last major hurricane that hit Daytona last Fall. It held up to it really good, suffered a few leaks and that was it.
Handling: She's been kept on the Hudson River primarily, then docked at Daytona, but is now in Georgia on the trailer. Boat handles fine except there must be two on board as visibility is limited due to cabin if one is inside cabin rather than up top when steering.
Engine Room: Two 170 HP Volvo outboard engines
General Comments: This was my Dad's boat. We haven't had it long. My husband lived on the boat for a couple months down in Daytona. She sleeps 5 easily. There is a rear lower deck about 7 X 8' with a swim rack extention of about 2'. Upper deck is wide open with rail...can be steered from in cabin or above. Equiped with a Raytheon depth finder, Voyager loran reciever, Polaris VHF, standard hailer, Wesix electric heater, co2 First Alert.
Can email a picture, send email address to Reeveskar@cs.com
Date Submitted: 2000-02-27
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