So, to recap, Dano, what you're saying is a person's choice in boats all boils down to spinchter preferenceOriginally posted by Dano
When you take the wife and kids out and get into the snot see if your spinchter isn't somewhat less tight with all that freeboard fiberglass keeping you in the boat. It all comes down to PREFERENCE....
Actually Dano has info on the new processes that Sonic uses to build their boats now, and they are lighter now than they used to be. The only Sonic I can say wasn't worth a crap was the old 24'er. I test drove one and let's just say my spinchter preferred to be on land. It's ride was not typical of a Sonic. And they don't make them anymore
It all comes down to buy what you like, or spinchter preference. If you spend a lot of nights on the boat, it's hard to beat a Sonic like people mentioned above.