Ok, wait!!!! Does this little jewel have positive, permanent flotation? As in "Won't Sink"?For what it's worth. I have a friend who's dad had a Gheenoe with a 50hp tldi on it. He got caught in a suprise ,bad ,windy thunderstorm in the pine island area and the boat sunk. It almost costed him his life.Speed had nothing to do with it, but the extra engine weight probably didn't help in this situation.
That place is just OK - not good enough to dismiss the terrible service
I've researched this and found no such law in FL. I did find some states where such laws do exist, but none in FL. Can you provide a reference?you are violating fl. law for exceeding the hp.....any accident w/ or w/o blame u are wide open to getting sued or your insur. co. declining your claim
never mind the ticket you will be signing. Lets say it an accident was your fault you have gone from careless rt. to reckless.
Most states have similar laws
Did you ever see what a prop does to the human body?