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Venues large enough to accomodate 300+ boats...


  • Panhandler80Panhandler80 Moderator Ytic AmanapPosts: 8,913 Moderator
    That's a lot of boats!

    When you say "host" what do you mean? Like 300 slips?

    Also, one guy's interpretation of an "offshore" boat can be quite different from another's.

    Are you wanting to have a tourney where 300 boats that are say30 plus in length lauch / arrive by water, dock, capt meeting, weigh in, party, etc?

    If so, I think that's going to be a tough order. I can't think of any place in Panama City that would work unless they were trailer boats and you got permission from the City to have all the festivities in the parking lot. They might go for it, but 300 is a LOT of boats, and there are no dock facilities there.
    "Whatcha doin' in my waters?"
  • RedhunterRedhunter Senior Member Just N of PCPosts: 435 Deckhand
    Dock or not, I do not think that could be done anywhere between Crystal River around to Mobile. That is a hell of a lot of boats and trucks and trailers. That could really **** a bunch of locals off if they were wanting a quite day on the water to fish without a tourny boat blowing past them. Been there had it happen to me in West Bay.
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