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Old 05-01-2021, 09:15 PM
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New to Statement Cat. Coming from a 36’ Skater and being my first outboard cat. Must say to this point I’m happy and impressed. Figured I could post this for others to add their thoughts and opinions.

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Old 05-03-2021, 04:49 PM
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Figure I’d start things off.





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Fun boat congrats, ran it one day at loto, a
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Old 09-29-2021, 08:51 AM
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Do you have any pictures?
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Those dark colors look sleek!! How do these 36's handle the rough water? How many have Statement cats have been built and are they all in the US??
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Those dark colors look sleek!! How do these 36's handle the rough water? How many have Statement cats have been built and are they all in the US??
I am not sure how many they have built. I am the end user/owner on that particular boat. The boat handles rough water fine. Adjust your approach and speed and it navigates particularly well in rough water. Boat spends half its year on Lake Erie which is particularly rough. We lost very few days due to roughness on the lake.
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Thats good to hear. Taking delivery of mine next week. Cant wait!! Ill post pictures.
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Originally Posted by YTown42X View Post
New to Statement Cat. Coming from a 36’ Skater and being my first outboard cat. Must say to this point I’m happy and impressed. Figured I could post this for others to add their thoughts and opinions.
I was wondering how you like the boat still, I am looking at outboard cats and would be on Lake Erie with it too.
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Originally Posted by jsteve5050 View Post
I was wondering how you like the boat still, I am looking at outboard cats and would be on Lake Erie with it too.
I wouldn’t change a thing. I came from a Classic 36 Skater. So that boat will go through anything at high speed. Will you be able to do that with an outboard cat….no. 1-3’ you can rip. 4-6’ on Lake Erie? Slow down. Take your time. Don’t beat up the boat or yourself. Anything bigger than that and you shouldn’t be out. In fact probably shouldn’t be out in 4-6 but if it kicks up while you are on the islands then you can get back.
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Originally Posted by YTown42X View Post
I wouldn’t change a thing. I came from a Classic 36 Skater. So that boat will go through anything at high speed. Will you be able to do that with an outboard cat….no. 1-3’ you can rip. 4-6’ on Lake Erie? Slow down. Take your time. Don’t beat up the boat or yourself. Anything bigger than that and you shouldn’t be out. In fact probably shouldn’t be out in 4-6 but if it kicks up while you are on the islands then you can get back.
I wanna see your cat. Are you going to Oktoberfest?
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