We finally reached Lake Powell to launch our boat.
After the launch we had battery issues, and lost a starter.
We got stuck at the ramp for the night to finally got one engine working after replacing 4 batteries. Then we managed to get the boat to the marina.
Cinder our dog got a chance to do some dock diving, and coming home we hit a epic Monsoon in Flagstaff, Arizona,
This is a 1999 Maxum 2800 SCR Twin Engine Cruiser.
Looking forward to some Boat Cruising videos and activities on Lake Powell.
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