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Old 07-19-2022, 09:36 PM
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Could’ve sworn there was a member on here associated with the company and they were being built in the keys a couple years ago.

anyway know if they’re still around?
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Old 07-19-2022, 09:38 PM
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Could’ve sworn there was a member on here associated with the company and they were being built in the keys a couple years ago.

anyway know if they’re still around?
o now, say it isn’t so, is the dark side calling, lol
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Old 07-19-2022, 09:53 PM
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o now, say it isn’t so, is the dark side calling, lol
hahaha. Come on dude. Already got one in the family.
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https://miami.craigslist.org/mdc/boa...510378704.html

They've been advertising on CL for years.
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Could’ve sworn there was a member on here associated with the company and they were being built in the keys a couple years ago.

anyway know if they’re still around?
Deep Impact owner was building them but I think they are ordered boats only, no standing inventory.

Most buyers have the fantasy but much like the older/smaller Concepts they are missing all the extras that other boats offer as standard today. No step bottom, narrow beam, not much shade etc.
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Originally Posted by Jupiter Sunsation View Post
Most buyers have the fantasy but much like the older/smaller Concepts they are missing all the extras that other boats offer as standard today. No step bottom, narrow beam, not much shade etc.
True, Most people who buy an Ocean Hawk buy them because (1) proven design and (2) the layout works for what the buyer wants... its a Cig CC that checks a lot of boxes for owner requirements/expectation and not expected to run 80+ like a newer step bottom... so they have a following (and a resale demand)
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Wonder how it would run with 300R's?
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Originally Posted by speicher lane View Post
True, Most people who buy an Ocean Hawk buy them because (1) proven design and (2) the layout works for what the buyer wants... its a Cig CC that checks a lot of boxes for owner requirements/expectation and not expected to run 80+ like a newer step bottom... so they have a following (and a resale demand)
Its not the speed but rather lack of amenities that so many boats offer today......wider beam, ability to have triples, multiple seating areas, 44 LED cupholders with 22 speakers and a cabin with a/c!

I love the simplicity and the size/twins. 50+ ft center consoles for millions of dollars seem to have gotten too big, too thirsty etc.
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Center Console boats were designed as work/utility/fishing boats that provided deck space for the applicable job and were a fun boat to own/operate with significantly less upkeep than what they've evolved into.
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Center Console boats were designed as work/utility/fishing boats that provided deck space for the applicable job and were a fun boat to own/operate with significantly less upkeep than what they've evolved into.
100% accurate
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