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May 09, 2011

Dean Travis Clarke

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Designer Lou Codega has yet to pen a hull that didn't perform exceptionally well. The 30 EX proves no exception.
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For a 23-footer, this Dauntless has excellent helm ergonomics. And a moderate 16-degree deadrise combined with a sharp entry makes for good shallow-water capability without sacrificing the ability to negotiate a substantial chop.
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I honestly believe that this boat represents a dramatic and revolutionary change in tunnel-hull performance.
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Cabo still represents a benchmark, but now you get more for your money
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This represents the finest, most extraordinary boat Hydra-Sports has ever built. Suddenly, the industry has a lot of catching up to do!
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I had a chance to run the new Jupiter 34 FS out of Palm Beach Inlet in late spring, and though the weather didn't cooperate for a boat test (calm winds and seas), the sailfish bite went off like it was midwinter.
Sea Vee proffers true innovation in every aspect of its being - from fishing to performance to design.
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Yellowfin makes the best boats possible without cutting a single corner. They're fast, dry, seaworthy, and the sheer line profile sets them apart from everything else on the market.
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The Grady-White 290 Chesapeake includes most of the innovative features found in the company's 33- and 36-footers - but in a much more manageable and affordable package.
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A boat with all the advantages of a multihull and none of the disadvantages makes for surefire popularity.
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