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View Poll Results: Yes or No

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  • Yes

    26 20.97%
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    98 79.03%
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Thread: Arch - Yes no?

  1. #51
    Registered seanclong's Avatar
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    May 2001
    Chesapeake Bay
    I voted yes. But, that's if your going to use it for it's intended purpose. Otherwise, what's the point? It clutters up the boats clean lines.

  2. #52
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    Jan 2001
    so. WI
    On the hybrid go-fast cruisers i.e. Formula 37 and 40SS, and Fountain Sport Cruisers, yes. They look good on a boat with that type of presence, and the functionality of the arch is almost always utilized on those boats for lights, top stowage, and nav/radar antennas. Important items for cruising in boats that are built for that purpose.
    On a performance boat, not a fan.

  3. #53
    Registered Wardey's Avatar
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    2005 Extreme 29
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    Nov 2001
    Palm Harbor, FL
    I think the arch dates the boat back to the Miami Vice days. I think they are ok on performance CC's tho. Wardey

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