2010 Blazer Bay 1960 performance, feel, pros, and cons.

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Re: 2010 Blazer Bay 1960 performance, feel, pros, and cons.

Postby tedwards » Tue Feb 09, 2010 11:09 am

The Yamaha Shop in Lake Charles, LA
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Re: 2010 Blazer Bay 1960 performance, feel, pros, and cons.

Postby tedwards » Tue Feb 09, 2010 8:04 pm

I purchased my boat at The Yamaha Shop In Lake Charles, LA
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Re: 2010 Blazer Bay 1960 performance, feel, pros, and cons.

Postby tedwards » Tue Feb 09, 2010 8:06 pm

I purchased my Boat at The Yamaha Shop In Lake Charles, LA
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Re: 2010 Blazer Bay 1960 performance, feel, pros, and cons.

Postby blazer butch » Tue Feb 09, 2010 8:32 pm

there a very good dealer ship, i was just curious.
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Re: 2010 Blazer Bay 1960 performance, feel, pros, and cons.

Postby tedwards » Tue Feb 09, 2010 8:46 pm

Yes they are, I do have to give them that. This is not my first purchase from them. And believe me I do love my boat. it's awesome. I'm just so very disapointed about the seat. Every where I look I see the 74 qt cooler seat shown as standard equipment with this boat.
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Re: 2010 Blazer Bay 1960 performance, feel, pros, and cons.

Postby tedwards » Tue Feb 09, 2010 8:56 pm

Blazer Butch, go to http://www.blazerboats.com/boats/bay/blazer-bay-1960/ and look under standard equipment. It still shows the 74Qt cool seat as standard equipment. Better yet: I'll cut and paste the page here, but, You can go to the above link and see if for yourself. I don't see where I am miss understanding any thing other than why did they put the other seat in my boat.

The Blazer Bay 1960 was designed to offer more standard features, and interior room any other 19 foot bay boat on the market. Many boat builders try to pass of an 18 ½ foot boat as a 19 footer, the Blazer Bay 1960 is a full 19 ½ feet in length. When you combine our unique transom design with the standard jackplate you have a boat with more interior room than many competing 21 foot bay boats. With a tournament size livewell and a huge forward baitwell the 1960 is ready to tackle a wide variety of fishing situations. Be sure to check the list of standard features, which make the 1960 an outstanding value in the 19 / 20 foot bay boat category. If that weren’t enough, the 1960 is light enough really perform with a 115 Hp outboard, and with a 150 Hp outboard it really flies!

STANDARD FEATURES

SAFETY
100% Unsinkable Floatation
Bilge pump, 750 gph with automatic float switch
Fuel / Water Separator standard on every Blazer Bay Boat
Meets or exceeds all applicable U.S. Coast Guard Safety Standards
Console grab rail
Molded non-skid on horizontal surfaces
Navigation lights on the console sides, removable stern light
Self-bailing deck

CONSTRUCTION
100% all composite construction - no wood means no rot
Lifetime limited structural hull warranty
Nida Core Composite deck coring
Premium ISO / NPG high flex Gel coat for strong durable finish
Rub rail, heavy duty vinyl
Aluminum Blazer Transom Plate

COCKPIT AND DECK
Anchor Locker
2 Fishing seat bases (bases only - seats & pedestals optional)
Bow Mount Trolling Motor Plug
Cambered floor for rapid deck self-bailing
Cleat, bow, 6" stainless steel
Cleat, stern, 6" (2) stainless steel
Fuel tank,50 gal (below deck)
74 Qt. cooler seat with flip/flop seat back
Lifting eye, (2) stern, stainless steel
Lifting eye, bow, stainless steel
Seat, forward of console W/cushion & backrest
30 Gallon front Aerated livewell W/500 GPH under console seat
35 Gallon rear Aerated livewell W/500 GPH in rear casting deck
Self bailing cockpit drains with flapper valve, stainless steel
3 Bow Storage compartments
Twist latches on all boxes
Large Forward casting deck
Large Rear casting deck
Raw water pickup

CONSOLE
Locking glove box
Dash panel with full instrumentation
Eight (8) Console Rod Holders
6 ga Trolling Motor Wiring System
Under console storage
Console top flat for easy mounting of electronics
Engine controls factory pre-rigged
Steering wheel, stainless steel
Windshield, plexiglas

TRAILER
Every 1960 Blazer Bay comes with a custom built trailer as standard equipment. No longer do you have to wonder if the trailer you bought is right for your boat. The 1960 comes with a single axle trailer.

OPTIONS AVAILABLE
Tilt Steering
Hydraulic Steering
Colored hull side panels
Raw water wash down
Lowrance LMS-520C Graph/GPS
Hydraulic Jackplate
Trim Tabs
Trolling Motor
Onboard Charger
Aluminum Wheels
Compass
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Re: 2010 Blazer Bay 1960 performance, feel, pros, and cons.

Postby blazer butch » Wed Feb 10, 2010 9:12 am

unfortuantly blazer has not used this seat since 2006. I am assuming the yamaha shop didn't have one in stock for you to look at. we stopped using this seat when the manufactor's told us we would have to order a huge amount of them to get a decent price. you can purchase one from wise,todd or moeller, these companies sell a seat similar to the one in the brochure. i am sure the dealer would swap it out for you, just an idea
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Re: 2010 Blazer Bay 1960 performance, feel, pros, and cons.

Postby tedwards » Wed Feb 10, 2010 10:22 am

Your telling me Blazer has not used this seat since 2006 and Blazer is still advertizing it as standard equipment in 2010. And your telling me I can purchase this seat from somewhere else after i already paid Blazer for the 74qt cooler seat as a part of my purchase price. Hum???? Something wrong with this picture Butch.
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Re: 2010 Blazer Bay 1960 performance, feel, pros, and cons.

Postby fisheye48 » Wed Feb 10, 2010 1:35 pm

Why argue on the internet...why not call blazer direct and talk to keith??? complaining about it on here isnt gonna get anything fixed
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Re: 2010 Blazer Bay 1960 performance, feel, pros, and cons.

Postby tedwards » Wed Feb 10, 2010 2:05 pm

Your right. My dealer is dealing with this issue. I'll see what comes of it. By the way, how would I mount fishing pole holders on the inside of the hull like in the pictures of the boat on the net. You know inside, sides of the hull isnt this a single wall hull or is it?
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