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Boat Reviews By Owners

2003 -- 18' 0" TAHOE (MARINE GROUP)

Model: Q3

Cockpit: From the Helm I can see the cracks in the plastic dash and can also see the stitching is pulling out of the bow seats. It is good for repairing

Cabin: There is no cabin which is good because there is less fiberglass area to show stress cracks. I only have to look at them on the side and not on the deck.

Construction: NO boat is better than this boat. And I mean that literally. If it doesn't shake loose it leaks. If it is supposed to be rigid it cracks. It looked new for 3 days.

Handling: I feel this boat is best suited to remain on the trailer. Only problem is it wont even stay centered there. After towing you can count on it listing left on the trailer.

Engine Room: 2003 Merc 125 ELPTO which means Everyone Looks Perplexed That it Operates...after starting in a dense fog..of smoke... that follows you around everywhere on the lake.

General Comments: I am naming the boat appropriately after 25 years of boating The Never Again.

Email Address: bifield2002@yahoo.com


Date Submitted: 2004-07-10

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