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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveL View Post
    I have no idea on the boat brand, but its a very nice hull--love the bow flare.

    Looks like it will be an outboard, maybe on a bracket?
    Yes. Armstrong bracket will carry twin Yamaha 250 digitals with electric steering.

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    judge

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldfart View Post
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    Nope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveF View Post
    Nope.
    It's a "Stevie Wonder". LOL

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    nice!

    any relation to late 80's north coasts? they had a 24 and 31 - almost bought a used 24 later

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    Quote Originally Posted by TommyTuna View Post
    nice!

    any relation to late 80's north coasts? they had a 24 and 31 - almost bought a used 24 later
    No. At least I don’t think so. These guys started in the 90s in Bristol, RI.

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    canyon ready

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    I favor Carolina Flared Hulls. The flared hull not only knocks down the seas and keeps you drier but it also softens the blow by slowing your landing after dropping off a tall wave . That's why all the big charter boats off NC have been designing these hulls for decades. I no longer fish off shore ,too time consuming for me but that's the hull design I'd buy I'd buy if I lived at the Ocean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capt.Nick View Post
    I favor Carolina Flared Hulls. The flared hull not only knocks down the seas and keeps you drier but it also softens the blow by slowing your landing after dropping off a tall wave . That's why all the big charter boats off NC have been designing these hulls for decades. I no longer fish off shore ,too time consuming for me but that's the hull design I'd buy I'd buy if I lived at the Ocean.
    Actually a little less flare than my old Sport Craft inboard (that was really soft!) but an extra chine, etc makes for a dry ride. Capt John Ragusso did a fun sea trial on hull #001 in smooth seas and I did it in very rough ones. At my age I'll stay close too but nice to have the capability! She will also plane well on one engine, cruising at 25, full bore to 30 (59 with both in the water; I'll never go there, lol!!)

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