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Old 01-30-2012, 08:10 PM
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Default First Look: Class-A Surface Renderings of DCB M41 Wide Body Cat

Based on the clarity of these renderings alone, I cannot wait to see this DCB creation, http://speedonthewater.com/new-boats...body-cat-.html.
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Old 01-30-2012, 08:19 PM
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looks awesome... i hope it dont get the wrap of being a "lake boat"
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Any Reason for the Tunnel Pod? That kinda Screams Lake Boat........
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Thats going to be nice!
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Any Reason for the Tunnel Pod? That kinda Screams Lake Boat........
Just bring one to " Lake Michigan"
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Just bring one to " Lake Michigan"
Does anything "ride softly" on Lake Michigan? That body of water is pure evil. Scott Shogren calls it "hard water." I agree.

But, on a serious note, I wouldn't be too sure that the M41 won't be to handle a good deal of the rough stuff. Obviously, I haven't ridden in it. No one has.
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Does anything "ride softly" on Lake Michigan? That body of water is pure evil. Scott Shogren calls it "hard water." I agree.

But, on a serious note, I wouldn't be too sure that the M41 won't be to handle a good deal of the rough stuff. Obviously, I haven't ridden in it. No one has.
You sure appreciate the days when it is flat, which is a rare event. The renderings are sweet. Along with everybody else you have to wonder about the pod on a cat that big.
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I like the way the engine hatches were outlined on the rear deck.

Very nice!
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Great looking but with a "Pod" its not an offshore cat. I bet it handles awesome, until it gets real rough
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