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    Platinum Member Platinum Member Wildman_grafix's Avatar
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    Merritt Island, FL
    Quote Originally Posted by fountain40icbm View Post
    A Sunsation isnt even close to a Cigarette and the 36 is only a stretched 32 with a platform so Id say the 35 Cig is still bigger.
    Yup they count their swim platforms also.

    From the web site.
    32 SSR Length- 31 7 with the swim platform.

  2. #42
    My Boats:
    '06 35 Lightning Merc HP 525's aka The Black Biotch
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    Northern NY
    I'll agree with the comments vs. the Cigarette, not even close. The 31 Bullet or Mystique would be larger boats.

    Just can't pass on the Fountain comment either. You can cut the platform and the beak both off and the Fountain will still be a larger boat. Comparing to a 32 Fever, even the newer 33 Lightning might be a fair comparison, but not against a 35.

    The older Sunsation 32's were a small boat, the newer model is bigger, in that it is a taller boat with fair room in the cabin. Take a close look at one, the cockpit is not that big and the engine compartment is super tight.
    Last edited by RaggedEdge; 11-12-2010 at 11:42 AM.

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