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Old 01-23-2008, 01:54 PM
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nice boat jassman!
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Old 01-23-2008, 02:15 PM
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A couple I know are looking for the boat with the most comfortable cabin that fits these criteria: 37+ FT, 2001 or newer, 80+MPH, and less than $300K used, no new boats...........any ideas?????? No cats (insurance reasons), and no Fountains.............

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The criteria was under 300K, I will e-mail you a contract for your 43 for 299,999 this evening.
I didnt even realize I was buying a boat today!!!!!
You can even keep it in the lift at your house and use it if you like until it warms up here in Annapolis.....

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Old 01-23-2008, 03:00 PM
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This is my 43 Nortech. The same can be done on a 39 Nortech as well. You pick everything, from materials to the stitching if so desired. The headroom is 6'7" at the tallest point in the cabin or 6'1" at the sink/fridge/micro area. The head is a true walk in head with 6'7" headroom, no step ups for easy entry. Ive had many boats over the years (34-PQ, 38 Cig TG, 42 Sonic, 37 A.T. and this is my 3rd 43 Nortech) and do over night, and Nortech has the plushest cabin and cockpit of them all. Also, like some of the other threads Ive been read where when running hard all the ammenities fall down or apart, totally not true. Never had a problem, extremely solid powerboat, not only for going fast but comfortable as well. Good Luck in your decision. Jeff

No disrespect, but let me take your boat out in the rough lake erie water I boat in, and I can gaurantee the tv in your boat will not work, the concussion from the waves will break the internal components if you run the boat hard.

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Old 01-23-2008, 03:12 PM
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Outerlimits hands down has the best overall fit and finish in the cabin. Lots of headroom and amenities and lets face it- it's just plain comfortable which I believe was one of the requirments in the first post. Heres my rate on cabins:

OL- fit and finish, amenities, and all that
Sonic- space
Fountain- worthless but who cares They go fast
BT- Queen bed is nice
Formula- Sonic and OL combined
Cigarette- A place to stab the honies
Nortech- Combo of all the above

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Most Comfortable cabins in a 37+ footer..

Black Thunder 46
Nortech 43
Donzi 38zx
Formula 38


If you want something that will not break offshore the strait hull guns have great cabins, just need power to break that 80 mark and will be older than a 2001.
Had a 38 Formula, does not even come close 2 the room in my 43 NT! Great headroom and storeage!! Good Luck
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and no Fountains.............
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Old 01-23-2008, 04:52 PM
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Jassman,
The criteria was under 300K, I will e-mail you a contract for your 43 for 299,999 this evening.
I didnt even realize I was buying a boat today!!!!!
You can even keep it in the lift at your house and use it if you like until it warms up here in Annapolis.....

Pat

There are 2 used ones in the classified's under that price Congrats, you'll love the boat, I'll keep it up for U when ready, and 299k DP is fine and the other 200k note pmts we can work on a 60 month term:
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We'll have two 37' ATs in the 2008 Miami Boat Show. No better time to check them out.
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Criteria for this thread: 37+ and under $300k...are the 37AT's over 37 feet in length and under $300k??? (w/motors). I couldn't find any specs on their website.
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