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May 09, 2011

Dean Travis Clarke

Albemarle 268 Fisherman_03
Perhaps the best fishing feature Albermarle offers in the 268 is its ability to get you offshore and back safe and secure.
Pro-Line 25 Sport boat_03
Surprisingly, this 25 has more rod storage than many larger boats, with room for 18 stickss throughout the boat.
Seavee 310 CC_03
I wish teenagers were like this SeaVee 310: It does whatever you ask of it immediately and with no argument.
Regulator 24 FS_03
When I say no boatbuilding company works harder at ... maintaining the absolute highest quality levels, you can take it to the bank.
Hells Bay 21_03
The company's biggest hull to date, a 21-footer, sets off on an entirely new course for Hell's Bay. The Cape Sable 21 lets you venture forth to rougher waters.
Shamrock 290_03
Shamrock has been building truly unique inboard fishing boats and workboats for the past 30 years. This vest-pocket express fisherman carries on that tradition admirably.
fountain 38_03
You'll never hear your wife or kids complain about being uncomfortable aboard this boat.
Boston Whaler 320_03
The 320 Whaler marks a new course for the company. Steeper deadrise and sharper entry make for a smoother head-sea ride than Whaler has ever offered. It's a true pleasure to fish this boat.
Sailfish 218
Though not a household name, Sailfish is nonetheless becoming a trendsetter in the entry market.
True world TE288
This 28-footer is nimble enough to handle a 1,000-pound bluefin, but easily run by a crew of two.
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