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  1. #1
    Commercial Member Commercial Member
    Join Date
    Jan 2008

    Sunsation's New 36' Dominator For 2010

    Sunsation Powerboats is looking at 2010 to be a great year with Bill Harrison, Captains Choice Boats, Mahopac Marine, Dubois Marine of Quebec already placing their orders for Sunsation’s all new 36’ Dominator.

    Sunsation Boats is looking forward to introducing an all new 36’ model in 2010. This new model will be designed, engineered and crafted from our award winning 32’ Dominator, with the swim platform 8” longer, the motor well 12” longer, and the cockpit 30” longer.

    The all new 36 will be available in both a staggered and a standard side by side engine configuration where you can get the base 496 mag ho’s all the way up to Mercury racings 700 sci’s or Ilmor’s 725/ Indy package. Like its siblings the new 36 will feature a full McLeod design cockpit and cabin interior sporting the amenities that you have come to expect from Sunsation like a spacious lounge area and an enclosed head. This new model will be available in the SS, SSR and XRT versions. A windshield will also be made available as an option for anyone looking for the more classic style. Mitcher-T will complete the entire package with a one of a kind graphic design.

    Like all of Sunsation’s boats, it is built tough and will be capable of handling all types of water conditions in total confidence.

    Dead Rise- 24 Degrees
    Beam- 97”
    Weight- (approx.) 8,000lbs.
    Draft- 36” Length- 36’
    Transom Angle- 11°
    Fuel Tank- 145 gal.
    Planning Time- 4.1 sec.

    If you are interested in finding out more about this exciting new model and securing your build slot, please contact Joe or Chris and we will get you floating in the right direction.

    810-794-4888 (Office)

    [email protected]
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  2. #2
    Join Date
    Feb 2005
    Arlington Tx
    Can you install big block engines side by side with an 8' beam??

  3. #3
    Platinum Member Platinum Member Jassman's Avatar
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    Oct 2000
    congrats.. are you guys still talking about a 38-39' boat using the PP 38 mold like you did the 43 for. That was an amazing hull. Building composite fishing and pleasure catamarans.

  4. #4
    Registered dockrocker's Avatar
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    May 2002
    Quote Originally Posted by Catmando View Post
    Can you install big block engines side by side with an 8' beam??
    Since they've built about a zillion 32's with the same beam, the vast majority of which have big blocks, I'm guessing the answer is "yes."

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