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Old 06-28-2004, 10:18 AM
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Default Which boat 36-39 foot boat is less likely to flip...

...pitch, pole vault, barrel roll, stuff, ass-over-appetite, and launch its passengers and driver half-way to the moon and back?



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I was thinking more like Viking, Ocean, Cabo....
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The one with the most experienced driver.
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The one with the most experienced driver.

Ding ding ding... right answer so soon.
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Default Re: Which boat 36-39 foot boat is less likely to flip...

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The one with the most experienced driver.
agree, second choice is Formula cuz there slow
ask Audio his has been going real slow
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None of them ....if drive them PROPERLY
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Default Re: Which boat 36-39 foot boat is less likely to flip...

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Ding ding ding... right answer so soon.
Do I win a prize?

Is somebody offering up a ride on a double stepped V bottom?
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Default Re: Which boat 36-39 foot boat is less likely to flip...

36' Catalina. Very unlikely to "pitch, pole vault, barrel roll, stuff, ass-over-appetite, and launch its passengers and driver half-way to the moon and back?" especially at 4 knots.

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Default Re: Which boat 36-39 foot boat is less likely to flip...

You'll also note that it is a T2x-approved no-step design. Of course, Catalina is located west of the Rockies, so it must be inherently unstable. Or maybe the lack of steps cancels out the west coast location?

I'm so confuzzled....
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