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Old 06-10-2011, 03:27 AM
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16' 2010 Alumacraft Classic 165 CS

Rating: 4 out of 5
  • Currently 4.0/5.0

There's life at home, then there's life at sea.

If you want to go fishing out in the middle of the ocean, or if you'd like to cast that deep sea fishing rod. Then there's that want you need. A fishing boat. There's a surreal experience out in the life at sea. Fishing may be one of the last true adventures one may have with a close friend. Fishing is considered a sport, I beg to differ. The boat of interest is the 16' 2010 Alumacraft Classic 165 CS.

This boat has many specs like, full instrumentation, huge livewell, loads of storage, an open floor plan, sleek styling. The boat has heat and air conditioning, it has a bilge pump and generator. Its hull shape is deep vee. And it has a mercury engine. The boat is fast, with an aerodynamic design.

The boat is great for families, individuals, and boating guests. Just because this boat isn't a traditional fishing boat, doesn't mean you can't fish. Small pontoon boats you can fish on, why not a family set boat? These boats you can race with. Now say that you're out to sea and someone's stranded out in the open waters of the Chesapeake for example. Boats of this force have the agile assessment to help save a life much faster than most others.

The boat prices at 12,795. Boats are also great for boasting. If you never had one, you can tell your neighbors that, "I might just get this boat!" If you have kids, and you have been working for weeks upon weeks. With no weekend off whatsoever. Then comes the day that your boss finally says, "here's your weekend off."
You certainly are overjoyed because now you can take that short vacation you wanted to on your boat. Last and least, you need to know the boat's safety perimeters.

Enjoy the ride!

Review by professional reviewer, Oct. 2, 2010
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