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Old 02-24-2005, 10:09 AM
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I like Nortechs, and have been waiting to see the new 39,but doesnt that cockpit look cheesy?
I was thinking the same thing, for a boat with such extravagant lines and detail, the cabin looks very conservative.
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Old 02-24-2005, 10:10 AM
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Thanks. We'll be running it for the first time early next week when we return from the Miami Poker Run.
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As for the cabin. We wanted a clean hi-tech look. Just the basics with decent head room and a fully enclosed head compartment. If you want more we can certainly do most anything or move on up to the 43 which looks like this.
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Old 02-24-2005, 10:24 AM
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terry, I like it just the way it is, simple is durable, and I am sure you had that in mind when you built it, just one thing though! it doesn't look like the is any good spot for the passenger to hold on to.
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Old 02-24-2005, 10:29 AM
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I saw this boat being built, it is one rock solid piece of machinery. probobly not the lightest boat of its size but I bet it will last 100 years.
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terry I would love to see you guys build a 30 footer like this.
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terry I would love to see you guys build a 30 footer like this.
Ditto there.
Why in the 1st photo of the 1st post the deck seems to be raised considerably fromt he shearline.
But the 1st pic of the 11th post it seems to have a flat deck.

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I think it looks awesome, the dash is cool looking, not a flat panel like you would see in most. The seats are new and innovative. It appears to be a very tall deck, which I prefer. The cabin is one of the largest in its class. The boat accepts staggered motors as well as trips. The lines are very europeen looking, the deck looks awesome, very clean looking, no center rail, or hatches. The scoops and stern look different from any other, to me the boats looks like
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Jassman,
I know that you may be slightly biased toward this boat,but I think that I agree with the general consensus that the boat must be seen in person.The photo showing the head on view of the bow shows some pretty cool lines on the deck.As far as the cockpit,maybe it is that blue windscreen that throws me off.I dont like it,and think it looks tacky.
I very much would like to see that boat in person and in the water.I am sure it will be very successful and wish Nortech all the best.I,for one, would definetly consider this boat for my next purchase.

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Jassman,
I know that you may be slightly biased toward this boat,but I think that I agree with the general consensus that the boat must be seen in person.The photo showing the head on view of the bow shows some pretty cool lines on the deck.As far as the cockpit,maybe it is that blue windscreen that throws me off.I dont like it,and think it looks tacky.
I very much would like to see that boat in person and in the water.I am sure it will be very successful and wish Nortech all the best.I,for one, would definetly consider this boat for my next purchase.
PM203, I actually havent seen this boat in person, only pics. I do like the lines, and am possibly leaning towards this 39, but also loved our 4300, just want to go a little faster, somewhere in the 90's. Hey your entitled to your opinion, if you dont like the blue windscreen get a clear one, Nortech is easy to work with. I am biased to Nortechs, alot of boat for the money and right up there on quality with the best of them. I too would like to see the boat on the water and will base my decision on the 39 or 43 after this 39 gets splashed. Good luck to you. Jeff
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Ditto there.
Why in the 1st photo of the 1st post the deck seems to be raised considerably fromt he shearline.
But the 1st pic of the 11th post it seems to have a flat deck.
i think it is just the angle of the pic and some of the curves get lost in the sunlight on the all white gel coat.....


i saw this boat in person and thought it was the chit... and i don't like vee's much, can't wait to see some with paint and in the water....
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