Solar powered Amp Eater

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Re: Solar powered Amp Eater

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This Picture was taken by the PropTalk Boat and is from p55 in the November issue. Here is the link.
https://issuu.com/spinsheetpublishingco ... ov_pt_2020
Aquatron on the Wye River
Aquatron on the Wye River
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Builder of the Amp Eater Aquatron

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Re: Solar powered Amp Eater

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Nice photo. Thanks for the link. It was nice of them to angle the photo to also get your house in the background. :D

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Re: Solar powered Amp Eater

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An article about the Wye Island Electric Boat Marathon is in the December issue of PropTalk Magazine pp 42-43

https://issuu.com/spinsheetpublishingco ... ec_pt_2020

Aquatron in the Chesapeake
Aquatron in the Chesapeake
Aquatron at the Miles River Yacht Club Marina
Aquatron at the Miles River Yacht Club Marina
The boat is now covered up for the winter to wait for spring.
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Re: Solar powered Amp Eater

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Nothing wrong with going slow.Just don't get caught napping.
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Re: Solar powered Amp Eater

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I don't mind going slow. It is relaxing and you can look around at stuff.
plus, I never have wave runners jumping my wake :D :D
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