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Old 10-26-2009, 10:06 AM
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Default NEW.... 39 Nor-Tech CC

Guy's, here is the latest shots of the 39 CC which will be debuted at the Ft. Laud. show. This boat turned out better than I expected. The quality, like all Nor-Tech's is spectacular, down to the rounded live well as well as the in floor compartments and for the speed enthusiast they included a center high mounted Livorsi 100 mph Speedo. The dash is done in carbon fiber, serious electronics and controls and there are plenty of drink and rod holders. Comfort is everywhere on this machine.. the back seat even slides in for easy operation, and all latches and seals are the best money can buy. The most important area that impressed me the most, was the ride. She is soft on re-entry, cuts right through the nasty seas, and is extremely dry. She is also fast, which I was told not to mention speeds at this moment. This boat can be set up in many different configurations. This is the best of both worlds, Quality, comfort, ride, speed and still good enough to fish off of. I've got a few more pics coming.. Enjoy.. Jeff
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Love it! But I don't like the speakers overhead. They always sound better below the gunwales. Slick looking boat though.
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Love it! But I don't like the speakers overhead. They always sound better below the gunwales. Slick looking boat though.
Gotcha covered there too.

Jeff, thanks for posting this.
We still have a few things to finish up on the boat before the show opens but we're pretty pleased with everything so far.

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Basically the only 2 thing I don't like is the colors in the upholstery and the color of the F/G top, but that just me. I'm the kind of guy that likes everything in white.

Very nice boat though, loves the dash.
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wow!!!!
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Ohhhh that's so sweet. Love the dash. Let's see, bake that blue upholstery at 90 degrees for an hour and put your bare skin up against it ---once--- ouch!! been there- done that...
Terrific broadside look!
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speeds are low to mid 70's depending on set up.. thats with trip 300's. That is very good for being 39' with just shy of a 10' beam. A quad 350 Homesite beater is in the works..
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That's pretty sweet!! How Much?
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You can have any color you want. That's what we do. Whether it's the paint or the uphlostry it's up to the customer. This happens to be the colors I like for my boat.
There is very little blue where you sit, it's mostly white. The last two CC's of mine had white at the top of the coaming pads and it was always getting dirty, bloody and hard to clean. That's why I went with blue.

Hope some of you can make it the show and check it out in person.
HI dock on the north side of the Bahia Mar. First dock on the right.

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Regardless of the colors is still a beautiful boat. I wish I could afford one. I hope I can be leaving in FL next year so I can visit the FL boat shows.

Anyway is stunning .
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speeds are low to mid 70's depending on set up.. thats with trip 300's. That is very good for being 39' with just shy of a 10' beam. A quad 350 Homesite beater is in the works..
On my way to New Orleans about a month and a half ago I saw a 23' Albury hitting up channel markers and buoys off Long Beach. Was that you or did you sell your boat locally?
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Nice boat, I can't wait to see it in person at the show. I am still trying to figure out how to make 2 days of the show, as my list keeps growing of things I want to see.
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Might as well post of few more shots.
The back of the helm seat will have a sliding Frigid Rigid which also functions as a rear facing seat. Slide it out and you can sit facing forward and hold onto the grab rails. The storage area can be finished out any way you want. Tackle boxes, bottle racks shelves, etc.
All of the dash rigging is concealed behind a vinyl door that zips open for access. The stereo amps are mounted behind the mesh.
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On my way to New Orleans about a month and a half ago I saw a 23' Albury hitting up channel markers and buoys off Long Beach. Was that you or did you sell your boat locally?

Thats where I boat.. but I sold it longer than a month and a half ago.. was it bahama blue in color.. That was a hell of a fishing rig.. for a smaller boat.. miss that boat.. actually miss both my boats. Jeff
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Last two.
Still need the gas shocks for the livewell and sink doors.
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Thats where I boat.. but I sold it longer than a month and a half ago.. was it bahama blue in color.. That was a hell of a fishing rig.. for a smaller boat.. miss that boat.. actually miss both my boats. Jeff
It was a light blue color. It might have been somebody from the LA area that made a run into MS waters.
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I would suggest doing the carbon in a matte finish. I think it looks a lot cleaner, and will definitely help with glare. Other than that, looks like an awesome rig!

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very nice work......i absolutely love the dash. Finally some classy work that will be durable, but not gaudy like some others ive seen. the combing pads and upholstery will have to wait and see how they hold up. You are right on about the top edges getting dirty quickly.

As for the speed, what rpm's did u top out at? How much does your boat weigh? How about some pics of the hull. Or is that top secret? You guys im sorry to say are still a bit slower than a wider, possibly heavier, and almost equal length Fountain. The only other thing i dont like is the loss of all that fishing space at the transom. It seems like a challenge to fight a fish that wants to run from right to left at the back of the boat, and not get the line caught around the engines or props.

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WOW is right, that boat is awesome
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Does it come with matching racing helmets?
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