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Old 08-09-2011, 10:02 PM
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If you really want a 100+ MPH boat, I would go bigger that 30 feet (swim platform and beak don't count). You won't likely see 100 MPH in a 30' vee in anything more 6"-1' water. A much better high MPH value would be a used Fountain 38' ex-raceboat. Probable $40,000 to make it like new. There are not many 30-38' vee's on OSO that would run with you. Maybe Reggie would restore one....
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If you really want a 100+ MPH boat, I would go bigger that 30 feet (swim platform and beak don't count). You won't likely see 100 MPH in a 30' vee in anything more 6"-1' water. A much better high MPH value would be a used Fountain 38' ex-raceboat. Probable $40,000 to make it like new. There are not many 30-38' vee's on OSO that would run with you. Maybe Reggie would restore one....
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Thanks.

But the catch is that I've got a few other very fast boats, of which one is very large; and for this project I'm actually looking for a smaller boat that is portable that I can take around with me on a trailer without too much hassle. But I need to go fast. The cutoff is probably 32 feet before trailering becomes a headache.
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its not staggered but the Frisini(formerly Adrenaline) vendetta fits all your other requirements.
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its not staggered but the Frisini(formerly Adrenaline) vendetta fits all your other requirements.
That's a sit-down boat right?
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We can do a staggered configuration in our 33ft boat. Our line is NRG Boats. (Nautical Racing Group LLC.) Located at LOTO.

And we can meet all your other needs.

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its not staggered but the Frisini(formerly Adrenaline) vendetta fits all your other requirements.
I"ll give ya 1 guess where that hull derived from.
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I"ll give ya 1 guess where that hull derived from.
No idea.
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34 Phantom. Perfect for all occasions. Speed, Handling, Calm and Rough Water, Sit Down, and Center Steering.
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I think you can order the Sunsation 32 as a stagger too. You are just getting less cocpit space.

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No idea.
'Twas an older (straight-bottom) Active Thunder mold that was sold to Adrenaline; to which they added steps to form that hull.
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