DE boat the Johnny Marlin brielle nj

GLA

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does anyone know of this boat? I took some pictures with my wife's camera and she has not been able to download them with no power at the house .

the boat looks to be a BHM, it was on the hard after the storm. not too much damage. she landed right side up in a line of other boats in point pleasant.

I am just trying to find out the make of the boat.

if anyone knows the boat, let me know.

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Roy G

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Hull ID numbers on the starboard transom should help you. I believe the first few letters would let you know. For instance SHA indicates Shamrock. BHM equals Blue Hill Marine?

Roy
 

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nice

nice whip was for sale last winter, cummins clean setup
 

GLA

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thanks for the info, I will post up the pictures when I get them
looks like a very solid built down hull, layout was perfect for what I am looking for.
 

GLA

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I don't believe it is for sale.

saw it on land and just wanted to know the make of the hull.

it is a very nice looking boat
 

31jcptown

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johnny Marlin

that was my buddy Lou Cusimanos boat when it was in montauk great little boat.....
 

greymare89

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BUMP.....Wondering if anyone ever found pictures of it since its been in New Jersey..... One of those boats you past a million times while its on the side of the road for sale and when its gone you kick yourself in the [email protected]# for not acting on it when you had a chance! :?
Anyone know what it sold for when it left Montauk?? A dragger captain friends who knew the last owner told me prior to it being sold that if someone offered $35,000 the boat would be theirs!!! Not sure if that was BS so I'm curious
 

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that was my buddy Lou Cusimanos boat when it was in montauk great little boat.....
It was owned by John Deluca a friend who owned johnny Marlin restaurant .....i have some pictures of when we met with the builder Eric Moores..from H&H....i will look for it......(James i didnt know you know Louie......he was very close to my friend Larry Bricca)
 

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Hello Guys,

Sounds like some of you have had experience with this boat or ones like it. I own the JM since 2012 and I am embarrassed to say that I still do not know how to "stick" the tanks to check the fuel level. (I keep a notebook and I have it down to where I can predict how much fuel each side will take within a couple gallons) The boat came with a "custom" dowel with marks on it to show the fuel level. There are small plastic access plates over the forward end of the fuel tanks that give access to where the fuel lines go into the tank. The fuel line fittings come out of the tank and have a 90 degree bend in them. So you cant put the stick in there unless you remove the entire 90 degree fitting. I thought there must be an easier way that this is done. I would love to hear any suggestions you may have on this.

Thanks
Kevin
 
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