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Joined: Sun Jun 02, 2019 8:27 pm
Vessel Info: 1982 Tiara Pursuit 2000 20 foot cuddy


Postby Bigasseaglesfan » Sun Jun 02, 2019 8:54 pm

Hello all...I sold my Aquasport CC last year and figured I would take a season off (Haha)but the bug got me as soon as the weather changed....I wanted to get away from from the CC because I really enjoy my fall striper season , but here in the
N East it gets a little chilly so i was looking around for a small cuddy to start out to see if i enjoy it...So this week Im picking up my new to me 1982 20ft Tiera. Which I've heard a lot of great things about. Its a good solid boat that was stored indoors most of its life ... I grabbed it on an almost new trailer for $1,500.00 so now im left with a decision on what motor to pop on her? Any suggestions or pics would be great.
Thanks and i look forward to sharing some photos as i move along.

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Home Port: Mattituck, Long Island
Vessel Info: 1999 Pursuit 3000 Express, twin Cummins 4-BTAs
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Postby MarkT » Thu Jun 06, 2019 10:48 pm

Well congrats on the boat! You know you can't get away once you have salt in your veins! Where in the N/E are you? As far as an engine, I have inboards so I have no experience picking out a new engine. I would say you can not go wrong with Yamaha, but just the other day while working on my boat I was talking to one of the outboard techs. he compared the Yamahas and the new Mercs, pointing out some of the problems Yamaha has compared to Mercs. He is a big Merc fan, if that helps at all.

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