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Old 01-10-2004, 08:18 PM
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there has been a lot of discussion on this board about the 41 Apache. Does anyone have first hand information about the 36 Apache? Construction? Rough water ability? Etc. Is it as good a boat as the 41 as far as sound construction?
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Old 01-10-2004, 08:38 PM
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what, am I going to have to move this to the Apache owners' forum???????I want comments from non-apache owners too, if you got them
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Is it as good a boat as the 41 as far as sound construction?
Same boat minus a five foot section taken out of the cabin.
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Same boat minus a five foot section taken out of the cabin.
I don't think so !?!?!?!?!!??
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I don't think so !?!?!?!?!!??
It's not? If not, my bad... That's what I was led to believe. Sorry if I'm incorrect.
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The point of entry (bow sections) don't look alike at all ... I gotta go with the 36 Apache being a designated mold ... The 36 Mcmanus Comanche on the other hand looks exactly like a hacked up 41 .

Hey .... I'm post whorin' ... cool !
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The 36 Mcmanus Comanche on the other hand looks exactly like a hacked up 41 .
That's the 36 I was thinking of, my mistake........WHORE!
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Totally different boats. I saw WARPARTY36's and "Bullroar" during their production many times. I've been in WARPARTY (36) hundreds of times and it is solid. Every bit as strong as the bigger models. Great rough water boat.

The cockpits are just a little smaller than say a Top Gun. You could get a classic style engine hatch or a "recessed" hatch at the time, super cool. The dashes are layed out great. Apholstry on the dash and gauges on the fairing. They had a cabin door that slid up and down.

They ride level and don't porpose. No real need for tab. Definitely a bad ass design.
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Totally different boats. I saw WARPARTY36's and "Bullroar" during their production many times. I've been in WARPARTY (36) hundreds of times and it is solid. Every bit as strong as the bigger models. Great rough water boat.

The cockpits are just a little smaller than say a Top Gun. You could get a classic style engine hatch or a "recessed" hatch at the time, super cool. The dashes are layed out great. Apholstry on the dash and gauges on the fairing. They had a cabin door that slid up and down.

They ride level and don't porpose. No real need for tab. Definitely a bad ass design.
is Warpart36's an Apache or a McManus Comanche?
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The 36 is a smaller version of the 41, but different Deck and liner. Same bottom.
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