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    Best Cat for your buck...


    I have a 22' Baja Hammer and it is just not fast enough. I think my problem is that I am cruising around in a V-bottom.

    I want to invest in a performance Cat, however, not on a terribly large budget. Mid-80's will be fine for me performance-wize and am looking for a 24'-26' rig. I was looking at HTM as a possible vendor. Good performance but not at an Eliminator price. Used is ok as well...

    Side note...anyone know a good place to get financing? What do the terms look like these days? I have Champagne taste on a beer wallet!

    All suggestions welcome! Thanks in advance...


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    by far the best looking boat for your $$$

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    American Offshore 2600.

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    My Boats:
    American Offshore
    Join Date
    Feb 2002
    2600 American Offshore hell of a good ride, fast and a reasonable

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    im kinda partial to PROFILE.

    greats lines.

    port arrowhead at loto has a used one that looks great. think they want 60k for it.its been for sale for monthes. might be a bargain by now.

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    Current Powerboat magazine has a nice comparo with some cats that are reasonably priced. Might be worth a look.

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    Registered H2Xmark's Avatar
    My Boats:
    1997 Fountain 35 Lightning
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    Apr 2001
    beaumont tx
    Hate to bust your bubble but have checked on insurance? ,I wanted a cat real bad until I found out how much insurance is on one, it varies, by your location{I live in a high risk area} and if you had any claims, and your past history, it might make you change your mind!

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    Registered Mark in So. MD's Avatar
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    Mar 2002
    Solomons Island, MD
    Mark, best I got quoted was $2,800 a year when I was looking a 28 Profile. Is this about what you were quoted?

    That boat is not quite big enough for me so I hate to see what it is going to cost for the 31'(twins and faster)

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    Registered MitchStellin's Avatar
    My Boats:
    Zodiac RIB
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    Nov 2000
    Grand Haven, MI USA
    A good cat is a dead cat!! Oh, your talking about boats....sorry

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