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Old 12-01-2008, 03:26 PM
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New Donzi? Hmmm....


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Old 12-01-2008, 03:41 PM
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now that I've looked at the complete pic that Strip posted, it does not look like the New 41 Joker coming out..The stern sides are different along with a few sedulities.

Hey maybe it's the newly designed 39 CC coming from Nor-Tech..
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Hey maybe it's the newly designed 39 CC coming from Nor-Tech..
Are you thinking about replacing that 23 CC with something a little bigger?
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Old 12-01-2008, 05:59 PM
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Are you thinking about replacing that 23 CC with something a little bigger?

possibly..but I would go to another Albury Brothers, next size up is the 27...best riding CC's between 20-40mph in the ruff stuff Ive ever been on.
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it's a 36.. I didnt see 7 feet of beak and 6 feet of swim platform in the pik....... so it cant be a beak copy.
STEPSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS STRIGHT off a 42 pad a modifyed reggie pad
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scuppers or over board drain ????????????
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For those of you who still don't get it , its a center console fishing boat hull (very nice) that is designed and built for multiple outboards. My guess is that even with 4 -300HP $32K outboards strapped to the back it won't see much above 75-80 mph flat out and at that speed and crusing speed it will drink fuel like a drunkard! Considering this is probably a $200 - $250K boat fully rigged its nice but definitly an expensive fishing toy! You can tell its winter in lots of places, the boys are gett'in cabin fever already!

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is it an Intrepid?
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what about Sea-Vee...or possibly Contender.
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Contenders have a different shear line

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