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Old 10-02-2005, 07:57 PM
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I am bidding on a 50' carbon Cougar Cat as we speak in London. Hull weighs around 7,000 lbs...T-1050's and it's 160mph...and safe at 100...which is why my interest.
If you enjoy a higher crusing speed you won't be sorry.
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Old 10-02-2005, 08:38 PM
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Hey, Rob I'm glad you to play in a kitty, pretty cool huh?! I'm leaning towards a cat, probably in the 30' to 36' range with moderate power. I've researched the insurance issue with a cat, yes it is higher than a V, but not as bad as some of the horror stories you've heard.
Scott,
Wish you were there on Saturday, we had alot of fun. When you buy your cat we will make sure the next fun run will be on a date you can attend. It's fun to see a boat pull away from the field with such authority at WOT.
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