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Old 08-04-2002, 10:49 AM
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JB that was a long time ago, hell I can't remember what I did 6 months ago, I do remember that it was Purple yellow and red coming down into a v shape and headed towards the bow, red carpet and bezels and a real nice cabin decked out. The boat had twinn 502efi ran about 71 and was my first new boat, it was a 96. Since then I've had a 2000 Cigarette and a 2000 Sonic 42 SS, both are now sold and hopefully if my new boat is done in time Pat at Active Thunder will be trailering my boat to the Destin PR for the 15th, he will probably drive most of the way, to me thats the best way to learn and get familiarized with it. We are both excited and are trying to get rooms on Monday, take care.
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JASSMAN pretty much nailed it. Envision turns out 80 to 100 boats a year. Definitely a custom shop. They don't have the volume to justify a lot of tooled parts. They use all the good hardware and their rigging has improved. I watched them build my boat and was quite pleased.

Their 29, 32 and 36 foot models are available in closed bow or open bow versions. You also get to choose a bench seat with sunpad or wrap around seating. Our road trip to LOTO last weekend brought BIG smiles to my face as I saw how well the boat handled rough water. The more I drive it, the more I like it.

There's no mistaking one when you see it.....
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