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My 1990 Pro Line 210 CC has been replaced with a Sea Chaser 2100 Offshore CC. Sea Chasers are made by Carolina Skiffs. I figured it was about time to get a new boat to go with the new ETEC I purchased from Barnacle Bills last winter. I picked up the boat this week from Jarvis Marine. They took my Pro Line in trade, swapped out the motor, and ssent me on my way with a full tank of fuel!

I haven't had it in the water yet, but my test ride on a sistership indicated that this is going to be an upgrade. One of the main selling points for me was amount of freeboard (29") which will hopefully keep me and the gang safe when fishing in the rips. Currently, I'm working on outfitting including more rod holders, electronics, etc. Hope to be done in time to get in my slip by the end of next week.





 

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Nice looking wheels. . . Congrats.
I just finished adding little stuff to my ride, more rod holders & under gunwale rod racks. It's a labor of love, but hard on the back & knees.
 

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Congrats and Good luck !! Got a name for her yet ?
 

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Mar Vic Too

In the family, we will probably still refer to it as the LMV (little Mar-Vic), but I do plan to display the name MAR-VIC TOO on the sides.
 

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Good luck with the new ride, she looks sweet.:cool:
I know you can't wait to get the deck bloody.

Catch em up.
 

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I'll be down friday afternoon. Can't wait for a shakedown cruise.... perhaps I'll stumble across some bellies on the way down... what time is the tide in the back? :)
 

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Friday Afternoon

I assume you are talking about Friday 4/11. Not 100% sure if the Mar Vic Too will be in the water by then, but I'm trying. Hope to deliver it to Ralph by Wednesday, but then it's out of my control. My time is still being split between Lincoln Ave project, LMV outfitting, and BMV spring projects. The on & off rain delays aren't helping, but at least today turned out to be rainless despite the threating forecasts.

The high tide is around 1 PM on Friday.
 

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Very nice. Are those trim tabs from the factory or did Tom put them on for you. I like the way they look and as I need to put a set on I'd like a report on performance. I'm glad Jarvis is selling Carolinas now that old outfit near LBI was the pits.
 

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Trim Tabs Included

Considering the price of the Sea Chaser, I'm surprised at the things that are standard equipment. I guess it's their Carolina Skiffs no frills approach on deck finish and some other areas that keep the costs low. The Lenco automatic retracting trim tabs are standard as is the Sea Star hydraulic steering and a full set of Faria guages. After I get her in the water, I'll try to let you know how the trim tabs affect performance.
 
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