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Old 12-13-2011, 11:00 AM
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Way big family fun, http://speedonthewater.com/new-boats...-bowrider.html.
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Old 12-13-2011, 11:27 AM
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Hmm, not really my thing. With that power it'll be a dog. Each to their own I guess.

All that being said, I hope they enjoy it.

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Cool project!! Cant wait to see it!
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Hmm, not really my thing. With that power it'll be a dog. Each to their own I guess.

If they altered the beam with one foot, could you really call it a 52SL? I mean, that'll change the boat so much, that the original caracteristics aren't really there, and it won't be no Super Leggera, that's for sure.

All that being said, I hope they enjoy it.
That cockpit width could have been gained through liner modifications as opposed to the beam of the hull? That is how I read it.
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That cockpit width could have been gained through liner modifications as opposed to the beam of the hull? That is how I read it.
Mike (Fiore) didn't elaborate and I didn't think to ask (I should have), but that would be my guess as well ... six inches on each side.

And yeah, as A.O. said, "to each his own." In today's economic climate, I'm just please to report on any new high-performance boat being built.
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interesting, not exactly my thing either but if a customer wants a 52 foot bow rider . . . . well then ya build him a 52 foot bow rider. I do like BIG diesel powered performance boats though
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Why Not?

A custom performance boat that the entire family can enjoy, grand children, children and grand parents alike will be enjoying boating together, it doesn't get much better then that.
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just but a deep impact 36 and a ol 40something

and be done with it
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The cockpit was widened not the beam of the boat. It should run fairly well with the diesels.
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Post changed, I stand corrected.
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