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08-14-2012, 06:02 PM #11
Just to go along with what was said above, I would agree that a 4wd 2500 truck is a must. As for a license, it's a state-by-state thing. In NC, if you are over the age of 26 and have a valid NC drivers license, you are not required to have a boating license. Since I am 21, however, I am required to take a online safety course and show proof of completion. It cost me about $30, took a few hours, and they sent me my completion card in the mail.
And, just like everyone will tell you, a boat, by definition, is a hole in the water, typically surrounded by wood, that you dump cash into. One of the most expensive hobbies out thereboosted///M
08-14-2012, 07:51 PM #12Junior Member
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08-15-2012, 01:47 AM #13
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I would just first ask a wildlife officer or do some research and see if you even need one. My card says it's recognized by the US Coast Guard, so I believe it's valid in any state.boosted///M
08-15-2012, 01:57 AM #14
I have been a boat owner most of my life. Started with my dad and I still have the bug. Boats are just like anything if you take care of them they will stay in great shape. Storing them inside is a must and just because it's inside doesn't mean that you dont need to cover it.
I have always been told that BOAT = Bust Out Another Thousand!!