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Old 10-19-2011, 04:27 PM
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Check this out, drop from a crane, then sea trial. Pretty cool at the end!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqkfKfc2Y4Q
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Wow !
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Old 10-19-2011, 05:04 PM
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Looked like Corecell in the hull sandwich, Money well spent.
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at 2:38 i would buy that boat just so i could do that and get all the confused looks from everybody
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The drop was cool but really not that impressive- I bet that hull fully rigged gets hit harder when crashing into a 4' wave at 25 mph..

Coolest part was cutting the boat in half and going for a ride, now that is a good demo ride!
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Very cool video, carbon fiber is some tuff stuff
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at 2:38 i would buy that boat just so i could do that and get all the confused looks from everybody
I wonder if you could get it for 1/2 price. It is only 1/2 of a boat.
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they may do a nice job on hull construction but the detailing and finished product leaves a lot to be desired.
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The drop was cool but really not that impressive- I bet that hull fully rigged gets hit harder when crashing into a 4' wave at 25 mph..
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I had never heard of SeaHunter until this thread, and that is a great marketing video. That should help them persuade some undecided buyers, good for them.
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