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  • Triton 2895 Center Console_03
    Triton has built a solid, sensible offshore boat at a fair price. What more can you ask for? Read More
  • Cabo 40 express_3
    Outstanding engineering and attention to detail make this sport-fishing machine handsome and functional. Read More
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    I recently ran Carolina Skiff’s new 1800 RG Sea Chaser (the V-bottom line). It brought me up short. I had fully expected to thumb my nose at it. Instead, my opinion has been rearranged by 180 degrees. Read More
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    Once upon a time, avid fishermen considered Cobia boats to be price-oriented, family runabouts — not something to be taken seriously for fishing. Over recent years, the company’s mission has been to dramatically boost quality, build a true offshore-capable fishing boat and change the consumers’ "price-boat" mentality. Mission accomplished. Read More
  • Grady283_1
    I truly appreciate the Grady-White philosophy of boat building. What doesn't add value disappears. That's Grady-White: No flash. Just value. Read More
  • Century20_1
    Century makes excellent fishing boats, powered by superb Yamaha engines. They're well conceived and executed. That's why they gain more loyal owners every year. Read More
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    Totally different from the usual Grady walk-around "family fisherman," this 306 Bimini is a hard-core fishing machine. Read More
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    This skiff can run in eight inches of water and comfortably negotiate open bays. Read More
  • SeaPro2al.jpg
    This SeaCraft is still the same classic 20 that proved itself so many years ago. Read More
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    The 2000 provided a perfect platform, whether drifting dead in the water or with a helmsman keeping the boat relative to the fish. Read More
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