If you are looking for speed and comfort this is you boat. Listed on Boat trader and Offshore
I Have A 2006 29 Kryptonite Powered By A JC Performance 598/800 hp Its Brand New Only 5 Hrs Test Time Loaded With The Best Stuff Money Can Buy
If you are looking for speed and comfort this is you boat. Listed on Boat Trader and Offshore
[QUOTE=performancemary;2190882]If you are looking for speed and comfort this is you boat. Listed on Boat Trader and Offshore
Now that is what I call LOADED, unfortunetly my bank account isn't... Thanks to all the members who sent me PM's on their rigs for sale. They are all in amazing condition judging by the pictures! I really have to stick to 70K or less in order to leave myself enough room for insurance,fuel, maintenance,tax etc. for the rest of the season. I am not trying to buy a 100K rig for 70K, I will just have to settle for less boat than has been offered so far. (its not easy after checking out the units that were PM'd to me!)
I am however selling my RV and other assorted toys and if they sell soon than my boat cash will increase. For now I have to stick to 70k and will be taking the best boat offered at that price within a week or two. I want to take delivery by the 28th of July when I get back to the Kingston area. Please send details on any boats at this price level and I will make arrangements to fund the boat in full within 24 hrs of a clean survey.
C$ 39,900 for my 292SR1. Clean turn key boat and just down the road in Kingston, Ontario.
I will PM you my phone numbers.
I just bought a 42 Sonic so the Formula will be sold.
Thanks to everyone who has pm'd me with their boats for sale. I have alot here and can't answer every one at this point but have considered each and every offer carefully. I would like an opinion from OSO members as to which brand and model 33-35 is known for having a superior rough water hull? I would like to be able to safely cross Lake Ontario to Rochester from my place in PE County Ontario. My ex lives south of Rochester and she takes my kids ocassionally on weekends. It is a 45 mile run and would save a 9 hour round trip by land if it can be done safely. I have made the crossing several times in my 28 ft cruiser and often encouter 3 to 5ft beam seas. In my current boat I am lucky to average 15 mph. I am also considering a 38 and a 42 but have to move down to the mid 1990's to find one within my budget. I have several 33's on my short list from the early 2000's, hence my question about rough water ability. By the way, I am not talking about racing speeds on this,just a comfortable, safe ride at low/mid cruise rpm.
Looking for a little advice on rough water handling please. I have alot of beautiful rigs in my PM box from my call out for a fast mover for sale. I like all of them but rough water handling ability will help me decide the best boat for my needs.
Any opinions on the best wave crusher (in this class) ?
Last edited by BajaFresh; 07-12-2007 at 04:39 PM.
I have my 1997 36' Apache for sale, but it is a little above what you are wanting to spend. In my opinion it is the best rough water ride you will get in that size range. Let me know if you are interested in details.
They call me BUBBA like one of them big ol' redneck boys............Can you believe that???
this one is only a 28 but its brand new its a clearance boat
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