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Old 08-15-2004, 07:17 PM
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Ditto on the last reply. I now have the 50 Nor-Tech cat and its great. I handles great and for the size of the cabin, heat air fresh water it runs about 130 with a pair of detuned sterling 1050s. The 36 is actually almost 39 ft. and hanles the big stuff well. Im trying to figure out what 42 mti was tallking about at SOTW that no one was running with him, dont you have some teeth to pull? hehehehe.
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Old 08-17-2004, 12:14 AM
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Hey, Big daddy it's good to here from you. I agree that nortech is a lot off boat for the $. I was only talking about the boat and builder that I have the most experience with.However I do think you know what I was talking about in the run if not it should be in the video.What is the next run you are going to, what about Sarasota. It is a great run with pretty big water which your boat should love.Hope to see you there
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Old 08-17-2004, 08:12 AM
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Hehe, no explanation I was just trying to inflame your Trigeminal ganglion. Sarasota? Oct? I am thinking about it,are you? If I dont do that one then we are100% going to the Key west run.Hotel is already set up in KW and the transport of the boat also.Are any of you Okies keeping your boat in Fl for the winter, we are. Tell Delo(Chris to call me) . See ya
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Old 08-17-2004, 10:34 AM
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Actually Delo called me last night to tell me about your post.We will definetly have crew going on the Key West run, did you book your stuff through stu. I haven't even looked at the dates, but always go on that one. Chris's boat is back at Nortech getting new motors built. He hopes to have it ready for Sarasota. We will be there in either his boat or mine or maybe both depending on the size of our crew.You should really try to make it. It is a great run with awesome boats. You could leave it down there for the KW run, Which is what Delo is doing. Oh, you should also book yours room for Sarasota ASAP Because the Hyatt fills up very early, they a 48 hr.cancellation policy. I already have these booked. Hope to see you there.
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Once you go "kitty"........you never go back!!!!!!


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Old 08-17-2004, 06:11 PM
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Big Daddy 42 mti, Call me and we will talk details. 734-634-0399. The new Great Lakes Nor-Tech Dealer.
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Take a close look at the Cat's center sponson. If it is flat as Eliminators is I would compare the ride to a Cat with a V sponson or a true cat without one. I had an American Offshore 26 and everybody said it was much smoother than most. I've been in 6'ers with it and yes it was a ride to remember. However if you like to DRIVE then it could get on top and fly. Scare the sh*t out of pasengers though.
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