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May 09, 2011

By Dean Clarke

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"The Rampage 30 will impress any serious offshore angler who wants the best quality money can buy."
Having spent five days aboard Aquasport's 275 Explorer, it's easy to give this boat a stamp of approval.
Iridium North America hosted a dinner cruise to test the company's new handheld satellite telephones.
"The Pro-Line 30 Express exhibits measurably more stability in a beam sea while offering tons more room than the performance boats."
The Hell's Bay 18 without an engine weighs exactly 575 pounds.
The 2400 CC incorporates many of the great features found in its larger 2-foot sibling.
"We didn't need to wash the boat down after our test prior to the owner coming aboard: It ran that dry."
"To fulfill its mission, this 23 meets all the rigorous requirements of the Southern Kingfish Association's new 23-foot class."
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.
When someone coined the term "Pocket fisherman," they must have had the Wellcraft 230 Coastal in mind. Trailerable yet with comfortable accommodations below means kids can take naps and tackle can be stored. Family-friendly aspects of the 230 include a full-height transom, self-contained head and a small galley. Also, whether docking, fishing or just sunbathing there, access to the bow just became much easier by virtue of molded steps leading up to the side walkways. Adequate handholds make getting there and back a cinch, too.
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