Broward.

Old Mud

Admiral
Lite User
Joined
Sep 9, 2012
Posts
7,366
Likes
7,658
Age
81
Location
mid coast Maine
First Name
Don
Boat Make
Ho Made

Frank Grimes

Rear Admiral
Joined
Dec 20, 2011
Posts
1,781
Likes
823
Location
N41°41'46.91" W070°15'35.13"
First Name
John
Ayup. Don’t matter if it’s a 2020 or a 1980 model, it’s gonna cost at least the same coin to keep it afloat and running. In reality the ‘80 probably more. Not that this is any great insight to the membership here.
 

Old Mud

Admiral
Lite User
Joined
Sep 9, 2012
Posts
7,366
Likes
7,658
Age
81
Location
mid coast Maine
First Name
Don
Boat Make
Ho Made

Climbmadone

Lieutenant
Joined
Mar 31, 2012
Posts
16
Likes
29
Location
South Florida
Boat Make
21' wood kayak.
Owner of that old money pit would probably hand you the keys for free if you agreed to take it away.
 

DotRat

Rear Admiral
Joined
Jul 12, 2019
Posts
1,234
Likes
735
Age
38
Location
Beantown
Boat Make
Row Boat
Love Browards used run one to the bahamas out of Lauderdale, and the owner kept it nice she ran good and we had a lot of fun on here great boat well built!
 

Chillaxcapt

Lieutenant
Joined
Oct 22, 2019
Posts
64
Likes
48
Age
54
Love Browards used run one to the bahamas out of Lauderdale, and the owner kept it nice she ran good and we had a lot of fun on here great boat well built!
Don’t be a coward, go to sea on a Broward!

PS- not bashing DotRat, old saying that’s been around along time
 

Sin_or_swim

Lieutenant
Joined
Feb 25, 2015
Posts
68
Likes
51
Location
Bermuda
I captain a 1988 85' Broward, and I gotta tell you I'll stick to my DE boats. They are much better sea boats than these critters!
 

stumpstalker

Lieutenant Commander
Joined
Aug 13, 2018
Posts
183
Likes
196
Age
71
Location
Pepperell, Massachusetts
Boat Make
22-ft. Tripp Angler inboard
Does it include hot and cold running Blonds?...Mermaids magnet
Sailor O. F.:

Maybe it is not the going to be as infamously blonde as the 83-foot aluminum-hulled Broward the MONKEY BUSINESS, of the Senator Gary Hart and Miss Donna Rice scandal in the 1980s. monkey.business.jpg donna.ric.and garyhart.jpg
 

sailor of fortune

Rear Admiral
Joined
Aug 5, 2013
Posts
1,594
Likes
783
Location
St Augustine, Florida
First Name
Jack
Boat Make
2 Home made skiffs

stumpstalker

Lieutenant Commander
Joined
Aug 13, 2018
Posts
183
Likes
196
Age
71
Location
Pepperell, Massachusetts
Boat Make
22-ft. Tripp Angler inboard
I captain a 1988 85' Broward, and I gotta tell you I'll stick to my DE boats. They are much better sea boats than these critters!
There was a Broward-built 40-foot wooden sportfishing boat, built in 1957, that in the 1960s would show up in Gloucester during the tuna fishing season. Her name was EBB TIDE, and her captain, probably a hired one, had a kind of Florida-native sounding Southern accent. Just a guess.

I believe she spent time fishing out of Montauk, too.


.
 

DotRat

Rear Admiral
Joined
Jul 12, 2019
Posts
1,234
Likes
735
Age
38
Location
Beantown
Boat Make
Row Boat
Don’t be a coward, go to sea on a Broward!

PS- not bashing DotRat, old saying that’s been around along time
None taken! Haha no one said she was a sea boat but she did have plenty of mermaids! We just took the owner and his friends for the weekend the rest of time she was a dock trophy haha
 

Old Mud

Admiral
Lite User
Joined
Sep 9, 2012
Posts
7,366
Likes
7,658
Age
81
Location
mid coast Maine
First Name
Don
Boat Make
Ho Made

Skeetsdad

Commander
Joined
Apr 10, 2016
Posts
278
Likes
224
Location
Scituate MA
First Name
Rick
Boat Make
28 Carolina Classic, 34 Webbers Cove, 18 George Williams Skiff
None taken! Haha no one said she was a sea boat but she did have plenty of mermaids! We just took the owner and his friends for the weekend the rest of time she was a dock trophy haha
DotRat, not to hijack this thread but where / when where you in FT Lauderdale. I was on a 105' Burger out of Bahia Mar back in the early/mid 80s. Actually married on of the mermaids. Then a 75' Burger on Indian River in Miami with a stint running the Paddle Wheel Queen out of Oakland Park Blvd in between.
 
Top Bottom