Originally Posted by M Jeffries
I can tell you this.............if you do purchase an Angler, they have some great people working for them at their factory in Miami. I had to get my hull replaced on my 2001 CC after I suffered some damage to it while offshore (I think I came in contact with a humongous turtle
). Repair estimates by a few local shops came in at an average of $6500. This was when I called Angler to explain my situation. They offered me a brand new 2011 hull with them doing all the work for $7000 so this became a no brainer. After 4 weeks, my boat was complete and ready for pickup. (Good thing I had insurance to cover 90% of my costs).
The 2011 Hull is slightly heavier due to improvements in overall construction over the years and sounds and feel solid when compared to the 2001 hull. Still a rough ride overall with the 17 degree deadrise and seas beyond 2 ft with a short period but definatly rides smoother with the added supports and extra foam down under.