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Old 03-11-2017, 06:20 PM
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It could be more subtle aft, I wasn't real careful, but even so, in the water, it's not real noticable and it won't trap water like a chine. Going to finish the top on the other one as I learn more, then go back to something like this.

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Old 03-11-2017, 07:42 PM
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Looks small to me lol




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Old 03-11-2017, 08:33 PM
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Shuttleworth

Um, so why not a Shuttleworth cat, he has some big boats in your size range, except his make sense.
I'm beginning to think this thread is one big troll.
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Old 03-11-2017, 11:42 PM
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Jorge - you might want to buy a lagoon 50 instead.... This thing is turning into a montrocity - theres no way its going to be a performance boat with that much volume in it. If you want to go cruising and have super roomy boat - you should probably stick with a full bridgedeck house boat like a lagoon 50-60... they are enormous boats....
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Old 03-12-2017, 06:45 AM
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Um, so why not a Shuttleworth cat, he has some big boats in your size range, except his make sense.
I'm beginning to think this thread is one big troll.
I'm going to ask Shuttleworth ... Troll for what? I have learned a ton from this thread.

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Jorge - you might want to buy a lagoon 50 instead.... This thing is turning into a montrocity - theres no way its going to be a performance boat with that much volume in it. If you want to go cruising and have super roomy boat - you should probably stick with a full bridgedeck house boat like a lagoon 50-60... they are enormous boats....
No, it's not like a Lagoon, lol! ... Funny that I take that as an insult.

Ok, I won't post anymore, you can only ask for so much free help, right )) This thread has been super informative, thanks everyone for your input.
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