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Old 01-05-2010, 06:39 PM
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thanks terry, it was good talking with you. I talked to a broker today that informed me even the 40-50 sunseeker superhawks basically just have a wethead or a head/shower all in one. I think they are going to lean more towards the 37 full cabin midnight express which i think has a seperate shower. Also a 377 intrepid with trip 300 verados is in the mix. Both boats will run around 60mph and be able to accomodate what they need. They always have a lot of people on the boat, and like to party on it. Also, the boat must be able to be enclosed in some way because they run from boca out to freeport a lot, and sometimes the weather can change quickly.
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I think the definition of "trailerable" has to be established first.

Are we talking average Joe towing with a 1-ton or maybe an F-450?
Serious trailer and a Medium Truck like a F-650, FreightLiner, or Sterling?
Or willing to pay to have the boat moved by a professional hauler on an 18 wheeler low-boy boat trailer?

We have not finished the 43 Active Thunder yet, but the cabin will be start blank sheet of paper custom designed for each buyer/owner, including the head/shower.

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My shower on the 382 is about 7 ft wide and nearly 7 feet long........but it's on the swim platform/sun pad where everybody can see me!!

After a long day and a few drinks......doesn't seem to bother me at all.
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I bet they want one with a bidet too !

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We have a F350 dually right now but we are going to be getting a F650 in the near future.......also a new 43AT is out of the question as hes looking to stay around $300K for something used........
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Already looked at a 50 Nortech and the shower in that boat just doesnt cut it. What else is out there that has a real usable shower??? This isnt for me by the way, I could give two $hits about a shower

A Schiada 43 would be my pick...MAMMOTH cabin and interior and COMPLETELY custom.

any power you want & they will dedicate the interior space anyway you want and it is REALLY trailer- able.

http://schiada.com/schiadaboats/43offshore.htm



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http://www.sessamarine.com/_vti_g2_p...try_19_.sphtml
probably not what they are looking for but it won best design last year at the boat show pretty sweet.
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http://www.yachtauctions.com/listing.php?vessel=4294
Take a look at the shower in this 442,
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When I saw that we were mentioned in the first post I sent Chris a PM.
He was kind enough to call me.
Based on our conversation none of the performance boats out there have a big enough shower to satisfy what his parents want. Ours, OL, Hustl. BT are all comparable.
All I can say is Terry is the expert and he will steer you in the right direction
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