I have taken delivery of My Oceanhawk 33. I've had it since June and it is awesome. A much better Bay boat than the Fountain was. It takes the water so much better than I would have ever thought. Believe me, the Fountain was tough, but you and your crew also had to be when it got choppy. The Oceanhawk is unbelievable in rough and choppy water.
We were out crossing the bay one Sunday afternoon. There were no other boats in the bay due to the conditions and we cruised across at 40mph plus. We came back running 50+ and the boat cut the waves like a knife. If I were in the Fountain, I would have turned back at the mouth of the river and would have never crossed. the three others I had on the boat we equally complimentary of the performance all of which who had been in the Fountain. I lost 7 mph going to this boat, but I wouldn't trade it for anything.
pm203...Oceanhawk has started advertising in the Dupont Registry. That is not an older Cigarette in the picture, it's an Oceanhawk. Cigarette leased the molds from Oceanhawk for 5 years, so the boats look the same. It is a Grafikworx paint job though. Powerboat Magazine tested the cigarette version a couple times and gave it rave reviews. Also, either Powerboat or Boating ran one from Miami to the Keys with many compliments. There have been many improvements to the post Cigarette Oceanhawk also.
canes9101...I would suggest that if you are in the market for a boat like this, that you consider the Oceanhawk. You won't be disappointed. The cabin is large and functional. I assume of course you are looking into this hull style? If you are looking for cabin only and not cruise speed, then you are on the wrong site. The Oceanhawk cabin is usable with a pumpout head, sink, two loveseats, v-berth and cedar hanging closet all standard. You also can outfit it with a DVD Player/Flatscreen, A/C, or as many options you want. Due to the raised deck there is actually enough headroom to sit up straight. Take a look at their website www.oceanhawkpowerboats.com