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Old 03-29-2004, 10:30 PM
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Take a good look at the 24' Yamaha line. I don't think you'll find a better value on the market. Not only can the boat handle some med. size water, it can still be tossed around like a giant jet-ski. You're son will love you, and it will meet all of your criteria. The jet drives offer incredible performance, safety, reliability, and have a very low draft.
Took a look at their website,pretty impressive.
What do they go for ?
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Took a look at their website,pretty impressive.
What do they go for ?
I've never looked at them myself, but from what I understand I think they go in the $25K-$28K range out the door. I've been in two of them, like I said, there's no way you can beat it for the money.

Here is a good forum, they should be able to answer your questions about them...
http://yamahajetboaters.com/forum/index.php

Also, here's one of their 23's on Boat Test. I think there's a video included in the test.
http://www.boattest.com/general-info...e=&from_gi=Yes

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Old 03-30-2004, 10:32 PM
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Thanks guys, I'm still lookin!
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I could cut a hole in it!
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Come on Rick your honey and the kid would look good in this. I think Mr. Barbarino will get rid of it when the Skater 46 comes in.

Something tells me skiing will not be a problem beind this! Then again what do I know?
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Powerboat magazine, several months ago tested a 22 Ebbtide bowrider.They mentioned that many mfg's make a full featured boat or a performance boat but none made both. They claimed Ebbtide did. Gave it a great wright up for features, performance & safety.
 
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Come on Rick your honey and the kid would look good in this. I think Mr. Barbarino will get rid of it when the Skater 46 comes in.

Something tells me skiing will not be a problem beind this! Then again what do I know?
The hell with the wife & kid. I 'd look good in that.
But, my lad, I have to stick with my Edsel.
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I have a '96 21' Ebbtide I bought off C_Spray last year and I love it. It can plane at low speeds for the beginners and rolls out @ 58 WOT. Check them out... A lot of power options and most impressive to me is my boat is still being produced today (8 years later). Who else can make that claim in this category?
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Old 03-31-2004, 11:10 PM
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Looks nice. I have to say that I really like how
some of the new ones have walk thrus to the
over size rear platforms. I also like the u- seating
some have in the back.
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