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  1. #1
    KN is offline
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    Gorham, Maine

    Question Narrow beamed boats 7' VS. regular beams ( say 8-8 1/2' )

    How is the ride of a 7' by 30' Boat ( SuperBoat, Phantom, Extreme ) compared to a 8' by 28' boat ( Pantera, PowerPlay, Apache, Saber Ect.) Are the 8' boats considerably more stable. Can a 30' SuperBoat (non stepped) turn as well as a 28' Pantera.

    Thanks Kirk

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    1998 saber 28
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    jenison mi
    SABER beams are about 7 1/2, and then only for a little bit

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