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Old 06-07-2006, 06:33 PM
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Why is there no section for Laveycraft in the owners forum? I am looking at possibly buying a 29 nuera but I don't see a section here for them. What gives? Is this a sign that I should consider a different boat? Any thought on a 29 open bow with twin 496 HO's

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Why is there no section for Laveycraft in the owners forum? I am looking at possibly buying a 29 nuera but I don't see a section here for them. What gives? Is this a sign that I should consider a different boat? Any thought on a 29 open bow with twin 496 HO's

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Old 06-08-2006, 06:35 AM
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You might have more luck in the Hotboat forums, more west coast chatter over there.
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A friend of mine here has the 27' tunnel. Very sharp boat. The mold and fiberglass work are excellent.
I also got a good look recently at their new VL raceboat at the Pickwick OSS races. Very sharp and what a complex bottom.
This boat has just about every trick in the bottom designer bag thrown in: 2 steps, reverse strakes, double chines, a pad, etc. ..............
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Old 06-08-2006, 12:28 PM
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I also live in Va and have owned a 29 Nuera for three years...it has been a great boat...very big for a 29 and excellent in rough water...mine runs in the low 80s with a single 650 hp....no issues with them being on the West Coast

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