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Old 02-15-2008, 09:33 PM
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Active Thunder 37'. Lots of cabin/v-birth room with a/c, hot and cold water, frige, microwave, large head w/ shower, great cockpit room, sleek looks, handles rough water like no other, the quality of the rigging/wiring is above all and runs over 100 mph!
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Old 02-15-2008, 09:52 PM
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46ft tubine powered skater with full cabin 10ft sea so whattttt
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[QUOTE=Bottoms Up;2446410]Custom, production, one offs

What is your perfect boat? Now we are not talking about the high rollers or the the low guy on the pole . More a boat that you would save your pennies for, the boat of your dreams.

Similar to owning a bike and needing to have a Orange County Chopper or a custom bike.

Example's of existing builder's are good but let us me know about your dream boat.

Family needs, seating, power, graphics, theme's.

What keeps you awake at night?


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THE PERFECT BOAT IS THE ONE I ALREADY HAVE 50 HUSTLER,IT HAS EVERYTHING SPEED,SIZE,AND CABIN ROOM,GEN,AC,HEAT ALL IN ONE BOAT
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Old 02-15-2008, 11:03 PM
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One thats paid for in cash
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One thats paid for in cash
Yep, Paid for, still runs, is fast enough, and makes you happy.
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Old 02-16-2008, 01:04 AM
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Someone elses!
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I kinda like mine!
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One that you can stretch your legs on with a couple friends
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Perfect boat mmmmm, well lets have enough room in the cockpit for 8-10 people.

-Headroom in the cabin for a 6' 5" man could stand up and get around down there and also have the cabin door large enough to enter without either bumping your head or scratching your arms

-With the speed of a Fountain (Top speed verses Hp required) and I would like to have the Top end capabilities of around 100 -105 and a fine cruising speed of 85. With stock power!!!

- The dash layout and bling of a Cig as well as their bilge

-The neat little idea's that Sunsation has (empty beer can dispensers and coolers under the bolsters, etc).

-Having cup holders at the swim platform area (Checkmate)

-Storage compartments and access of a Baja. A place for everything that is secure and quickly accessible (dock lines, bumpers, beer, etc)

-The Cooler location (glove boa for some manufacturer's) at the Port helm like the Sonic's.

-A sound system that totally rocks!!! also having 3 remotes (two at the frt bolsters and one at the swim platform)

-AC and a gen would be great (AC set up to be on while the boat is under power)

-The graphics would have to be majority white with some red and blue or orange and yellow.

- I also agree with seafordguy, aluminum trailer for me as well.



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A removable stripper pole would also be nice too!!
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Yea Dont for get the Stripper pole!!!
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