Where do I sign the articles?
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 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!
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 hahaDon’t be a coward, go to sea on a Broward!
PS- not bashing DotRat, old saying that’s been around along time
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.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