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    The Century 3100 rides just a hair less stable than a catamaran. Read More
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    "Boston Whaler's Defiance still has the construction and safety features the company is famous for, plus a lot more room." Read More
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    "I believe the 221 provides as much working space as many 25-footers, thanks to the design of the transom and bow." Read More
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    "The Rampage 30 will impress any serious offshore angler who wants the best quality money can buy." Read More
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    "There's never been such a thing as 'the perfect boat.' But the Cabo 45 (and its family) comes as close as you can probably get." Read More
  • "The Pro-Line 30 Express exhibits measurably more stability in a beam sea while offering tons more room than the performance boats." Read More
  • "We didn't need to wash the boat down after our test prior to the owner coming aboard: It ran that dry." Read More
  • Carolina Skiff enjoys the position of being the top-selling boat in the state of Florida and right near that in most other coastal states. The company's flat-bottom skiffs can go places where most shallow-water craft fear to float. However, everyone knows that flat bottoms rattle you in a chop. Hence, Carolina Skiff introduces the newest in its line of Sea Chaser skiffs, the 220 Bay Boat. Carolina Skiff has taken a big step up because the Sea Chaser line isn't rolled-edge construction like its original skiffs. Read More
  • The performance characteristics of this hull really only make sense for one purpose - going fast in big seas over long distances. Read More
  • With its 1/2-foot beam, the 200s roll-moment made bottom fishing for bait a pleasure even in rough seas. Read More
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