A word of caution with the last batch of Fast Cats. Somehow they managed to use a few hundred pounds extra resin when laying up the glass. The story I heard when visiting the factory was workers using a new gun were going through barrels of resin as if it were nothing. Not sure how many of these hulls were sold to the public (if any) but itís worth checking when buying used. Iíd like to think these hulls were destroyed but Fast Cat was doing some shady dealings before going out of business.
Also, one person in particular had hull lamination issues with his Fast Cat. He even had a web site dedicated to his misfortune with pictures detailing all the problems. If memory serves me correctly it was called fastcatsucks.com. I heard the site was taken down in exchange for repairs. I have his email address if youíre interested.
I donít want to imply Fast Cats are bad. Thatís simply not true. I think itís a great design. Like everything else, you need to know what youíre buying.