|Post how many hours you put on your boat for Summer 2003. |
I did 125... so far
|Are you ready? |
Drum roll, please.....
|85, but june was a total wash|
|Coming up on 70, but still going strong.|
|I took my new boat up for the first time on Labor day. I now have 30 hours on it and still going.|
|10.2 (thats what happens when you are out of town all summer)|
|125 and still going!|
|85. Would have done a lot more if we weren't renovating our house!|
|Only got 50 hours (the summer up in the New England wasn't so great, got 100 hours last year)|
|By NAW (ripr) on Tuesday, September 30, 2003 - 9:57 am:
|88 or so |
compared to almost 200 last year..
I guess having a wedding in August wasn't such a good idea!
|I only got 60hours on my new boat, but I have only had it for 6 weeks (as of tomorrow). I did put about 40 on my old boat between april and June 30th (when I sold it).|
|By Wes (pesos) on Tuesday, September 30, 2003 - 10:05 am:
|summer is still here =) |
i got my boat in april 2002 and i am just about to break 400 hours!
|Got the boat in june..60 hours so far..still going|
|210 or so thus far|
|I had 500 in February, now I have just hit 700. So 200 and 2 months to go before I pull it.|
|Got boat in May and at 100 hours. Probably do another 100 over the winter!|
|we have put 214 Hrs on our boat this summer as of last night but the sun is still bright in Cntral Cali for few more weeks so we might break 300 by the end of the year.|
|115 and counting. I picked up the boat in April and what summer... mine is just begining now that the lakes and delta are empty.|
|About 50, compared with 250 last summer. I think I've boarded 4 times since the 4th of July! |
But my season should keep going until late November and now the boat is running good again.
|Bought my new boat late Feb. and am at ~215hrs|
|80 - pretty typical season for us.|
|Picked up the boat June 16th |
122.7 hrs and counting.
|150 and pretty much done till next year.|
|By Kirk (kirk) on Tuesday, September 30, 2003 - 8:38 pm:
|Wow... A few expensive gorgeous boats sitting in garages all summer? |
We put almost 60 hours on before Memorial day weekend. God Bless my dry suit.
|Picked up boat at the end of April, 163hrs.|
|about 70 |
Boat's out and first frost should hit this weekend!
It's &%#&@^# great being
|i will add that i have put 30-40 hours since I broke my leg all nasty in august.|
|It looks like about 60 this year 144 total for the boat|
|About 100 so far.|
|130 hours on the old boat before it sold. |
New SAN has 50 hours now and will have 75 by the end of October. So, about 200 hours for the summer through October.
|This was supposed to be the summer of heavy duty wakeboarding |
New boat, '03 SANTE, took delivery at the end of March.
Bought a real nice houseboat, 55x16 feet, party top, three bedroom, as nice as they come.
My daughter had foot surgery in May, which was supposed to be a simple outpatient thing. With complications, however, two weekends were spent in the hospital, and it wasn't until late August that she could even get in the water and she still can't get her foot into the bindings.
The real clincher was when my son dislocated his shoulder in mid June doing a simple blind side 180.
The hour meter reads 81. I will put another 8 hours or so on this weekend, and then I expect to put the boat away for the winter.
Maybe next year.
|210 and still going|
|i got my boat in April and have about 220 on it, but i was out of town for almost a month.|
|150, most of which was on the board or ski since we have a houseboat to hang out on during the rough water periods, plus it allows you to park closer to the ski water to catch the perfect water. Lifes great!!|
|122 hours going out today and tomorrow, that includes a vacation for the two owners of 1 ACL reconstruction, 20 stitches and tow hammie pulls. Going up next week, hunting season is here time for the other boat.|
|89 I need to move somewhere warm all year|
|200 and change in 3 months. |
|420 and change over 16 years|
|About 15 to 20 if I'm lucky. Moving into a lake house. Next summer I hope to make up for this summer.|
bad knees and weather
|about 3hrs. Last summer only had 0 hours*L* Yea I know. It sucks. That is what happens when you are building your own home. But thank goodness its done! |