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Old 01-02-2008, 01:44 PM
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Midnight needs quad 275-300's to hit mid 60's and you will use lots of gas
http://www.sportfishingmag.com/boats...-21017450.html
37 midnight, quad 300 = 75 mph. It is also wider then the other boats and rides flat.

The Jupiter is also nice, but not stepped.
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And when you step onto it off the dock it doesn't feel like it's going to turn over.
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Call me when you get some time. I have a 2007 36 Deep Impact triple 275 Verado coming in a few weeks from now. The people built a 36 Quad boat and it is almost ready. Their boat will hit 71-72 on GPS with people and fuel. It is captain maintained too. The boat is loaded with the Hydraulic sunbed too.

I have two others right now too.

Remeber its about how fast you can go comfortable in the rough.

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Can you post some pictures? 07 is going to be up there in price. my goal is 190-220 or so on used. 300 will be on a new boat where I can get a better rate.
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does anyone have any good or bad thoughts on these i would think they would be really stable and handle the water nice

Fuel Type Gasoline
Manufacturer Mares
Model Center Console
Hull Material Fiberglass
Vessel L.O.A. 38
Vessel Draft 2 6
Vessel Beam 11 3
Year Manufactured 2008
Fuel Capacity 300
Water Capacity 20
Number of Engines twin engine craft
Bridge Configuration Open w/T-Top
Type of Motor Yacht Sport Fisherman
New or Used This is a new yacht
Listing Price $265,000.00
Currently Located At: Stuart
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Sonic, Mares, Dakota are all part of the same boat company.
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We looked at the Mares and it is a nice boat. The design does not troll in rougher seas very well. That is about all we could complain about. Really more of what it was designed to do cruise and run.

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Here is the 36 pictures. Call me or email me for more so I am following the rules.
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If you like the ZFX but are looking for even more seating you'll love the new ZFX Open with Donzi's new hardtop.... #1 is currently being photographed and I will be on the http://www.donzimarine.com website in a few weeks... Here's a sneak peak.

Personally, I would have hella-fun sea-trailing everyone of the above mentioned, decision should be clear from there....
that is super nice....I am really consider downsizing my boat and looked at the 35 version of this but with a cuddy.
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Carl, that hard top looks really really nice. I love the recessed built in or what ever you call it lights in the top. I WISH you guys built a smaller 33 or so foot CC. I need to downsize my boat.
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