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Old 04-22-2020, 02:04 PM
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beautiful boat, 9' beam might be an issue for some
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Originally Posted by tlark View Post
beautiful boat, 9' beam might be an issue for some
And $400k isn't a very attractive price when a fully loaded Statement, among others, is near that or less.
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beautiful boat, 9' beam might be an issue for some

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what beam do people want?
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Originally Posted by Boatlesss View Post
what beam do people want?
seems like most of the market is at 10' b/c of the seating ability in the CC demographics but that price point is higher

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Good looking boat
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Originally Posted by tlark View Post
seems like most of the market is at 10' b/c of the seating ability in the CC demographics but that price point is higher
i would rather have have the narrower beam in the rough. Wide body Vees are rough riding.

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You also need 10'+ beam to accommodate enough motors to run a respectable number.
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Originally Posted by Boatlesss View Post
what beam do people want?
Depends on whether you're trying to move product or catch fish.
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