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Old 12-26-2006, 12:12 PM
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Anybody got any experience with a North Rip 20 boat?
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its a real nice little boat.
single diesel is way cool.
not cheap, but well finished.

y u asking?
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very nice boats....inboard diesel CC's are my preferred way to fish offshore. You can leave those things on all day and not worry, and great for trolling.
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My dad is looking for a small cc to fish. They looked to be one of the toughest, best built, small cc I've seen. What's the price for a inboard? and for a outboard?

Rob whats that mean? You don't think thats my kind of boat
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John, i think they are expensive w/ the diesel, and still pretty pricey for a 20ft.
how bout this...
http://www.evergladesboats.com/211cc/211cc.htm
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Saw that it's nice. Also like the yellowfin. Actually the small fountain is nice too. What does the north rip go for with a outboard? Around 50-60K or so is what we're looking for.

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One of the finest boats you can buy. 60-65k. Yes it's expensive for a 20 but it looks and has the feel of a 23'. Deep and built to almost perfect tollerances.

http://www.northrip.net/ Kyle is the builder, very straight forward, does not sell direct, only through dealers. Good Luck Jeff
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i couldn't get in last night, but i was gonna say Jeff has checked into this and would have some insight.
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Jeff, what did you end up with? Rob, I think we might go check them out before we go to the Miami show. I doubt North Rip will be there. This way he will have something to compare to.
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Jeff, what did you end up with? Rob, I think we might go check them out before we go to the Miami show. I doubt North Rip will be there. This way he will have something to compare to.
I never bought one, their next offering is a 29 which is too big, still in design. Im looking for a 24-25 twin. My next choice is a Southport, but really liked the North Rip better, just wish they had a inbetween model with twins. Im in no hurry at the moment, priorities have changed in my life. Good luck finding a boat, a lot of good fishing models out there. Jeff
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