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Old 06-05-2010, 09:39 PM
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Is this a splash off of something else?

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Sharp looking boat... can't say I have ever seen it around toledo though...
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Is this a splash off of something else?
No.
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Care to add any info to that? Just curious, looks like a nice boat.
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thats odd that its in Holland but on Toledos craigs list


Never seen one of those though, kinda looks like a Chris Craft Stinger.
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Care to add any info to that? Just curious, looks like a nice boat.
Cigala & Bertinetti never splashed anything (at least to my knowledge). They had a very talented in-house design team and also relied on professional Italian designers ( like Buzzi f. ex.) for some of their projects. When the company went bust in the end of the 90's they produced about 15 different models between 14' and 55'. Some of their smaller models (up to 30') were then produced by other companies, the larger models disappeared with the exception of the twin step 50'.
The "Champion 41" was one of their more popular models and is not very hard to find over here.
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Olli do you know what power and drives it has? Twin rudders are rare here; I don't know of any US builder that does that.
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Olli do you know what power and drives it has? Twin rudders are rare here; I don't know of any US builder that does that.
I have twin "RUDDERS" on my Sea Ray..
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Cigala & Bertinetti never splashed anything (at least to my knowledge). They had a very talented in-house design team and also relied on professional Italian designers ( like Buzzi f. ex.) for some of their projects. When the company went bust in the end of the 90's they produced about 15 different models between 14' and 55'. Some of their smaller models (up to 30') were then produced by other companies, the larger models disappeared with the exception of the twin step 50'.
The "Champion 41" was one of their more popular models and is not very hard to find over here.
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Cool, thanks for the info and pictures! Where are you from?
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Pretty cool looking boat. I wonder how it runs and handles?
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