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Old 03-04-2006, 08:47 PM
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Default 2000 42' Cig Tiger

What is up with this Tiger. Seems like the price is a little low for a 2000 42' Cig. Anybody know the life of this rig?

http://www.yachtauctions.com/detail.asp?stockNo=13657
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Nearly 400 hours on the motors might account for the "low price", but that is just a suggested starting bid. No enclosed head, so momma ain't going to be happy with this one either.
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Thats Otis311s boat
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The motors are nearly brand new from what I understand, maybe 400hrs on the hull, but not the motors.
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drove 1 they slap a lot or porpoise
Then you don't know how to drive...

I'm sure your much happier with your 1990 29' than you would be with a 2000 Tiger.
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Nice a little under powered
Whats the problem with a straight hull 42' boat that runs 80?
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Nice a little under powered drove 1 they slap a lot or porpoise good price check it out real good??no step either strange looking drive set up lot of used parts maybe too
You have know idea what your talking about. Since when is 725 hp per side a little under powered.

If anyone needs info on the boat call me. The Power is from Laz Mesa. They are 572 cu N/A motors with abiot 35 hours on them. The drives are XZ's. The red drive was my spare. No used parts on this boat !!
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Nice a little under powered drove 1 they slap a lot or porpoise good price check it out real good??no step either strange looking drive set up lot of used parts maybe too



Huh?????
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Ididnt even catch where he said it slaps and porpoises alot. I dont know what boat he was on, but it DEFINITLY wasnt a Cigarette Tiger. My Tiger was hands down the best rough water boat Ive ever been on. There were NO bad handling characteristics with that boat in any waters. Im sad to see the boat go, but I had to end that bad chapter of my life.with National Marine.
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Ididnt even catch where he said it slaps and porpoises alot. I dont know what boat he was on, but it DEFINITLY wasnt a Cigarette Tiger. My Tiger was hands down the best rough water boat Ive ever been on. There were NO bad handling characteristics with that boat in any waters. Im sad to see the boat go, but I had to end that bad chapter of my life.with National Marine.
whats the next boat going to be ?
Always wish i had gotten a ride in the Tiger
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