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  1. #11
    bobby daniels
    Originally posted by HP-J
    No disrespect to the owner of Cardshark, but I think the price is too high. Thanks for mentioning his boat, however.
    BOY ARE YOU RIGHT 388'S ARE LOW PRICED ON THE MARKET !! I had one and lost my shirt ,,cardshark is nice forsure though,,, its just they really can be bought right , do look at the a/t they are nice
    Again no disrespect to cardshark

  2. #12
    Registered 32storm's Avatar
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    I can't comment on the Scarab AVS. But, i've owned a Formula and have a Hustler. Both, are excellent boats. But, I think it's like comparing a Mercedes to a Ferrari. Formula is geared to creature comforts, Hustler speed. Formula may be a heavier boat, but they're built like a tank. I wouldn't hesitate to buy another Formula. Even if it wasn't as fast. Suggest try them both, then decide.

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    Platinum Member Platinum Member Jassman's Avatar
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    HP-J, take a look at Active Thunder, the 37AVH is a great boat, excellent in the rough stuff with stout construction and rigging, check them out. Thanks Jeff Building composite fishing and pleasure catamarans.

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    Registered Sea Ya's Avatar
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    Fast boats, Harleys
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    Charleston, WV
    Formula- too heavy
    Hustler - too much
    Scarab - just right

  5. #15
    SONIC........Decent speed, head room, and ammenities. Plus it eats up the big water. Good ride and comfort/safety. And they are priced very well.

  6. #16
    My Boats:
    2003 Formula 353, 500EFI's
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    Troy, Michigan and Windsor, Canada
    Thanks for your responses. I finally made a deal!

    I just pulled the trigger on a new 2003 353 Formula. It should be in my possession next week!

    Thanks again for your input. I think the Formula will really meet my needs.

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    1986 Four Winns Liberator 241
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    Lake St. Clair, Canada
    Congrats Mike ... did they take the Sunsation on trade? What did you get for power int he Formula?

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    2000 382 Formula Fastech
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    Northern California

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    Platinum Member Platinum Member Jassman's Avatar
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    Congrats, just in time to have a great summer. Building composite fishing and pleasure catamarans.

  10. #20
    Hustler 388 all the way!

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