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Old 05-09-2003, 12:29 PM
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What is the difference between the Sea Hunt Triton 210 and the Sea Hunt Triton 212?

I look at both of them and they seem to be the same boat. Am I missing something here or is there not a difference.

What is the deadrise for these 2 boats? I see that they are 6 inches longer then the HS 212 CC but have a 5 inch smaller beam to them.

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Old 05-09-2003, 12:36 PM
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I owned the 200 triton, and the next year they came out with the 202. I think it's the same on the 210 and 212. The top of the gunnel on the 212 is shaped more like the Grady White. As far as deadrise, I don't think that changed. My 2000 triton 200 had a 16 degree deadrise, and if I remember, the 210 had an 18 degree deadrise. Model year was the biggest change.
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Old 05-09-2003, 12:37 PM
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Main diff btwn 210 and 212 is the 212 has enclosed head in console and 210 does not.
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Here is the specs right from the Sea Hunt Website...No diff in Beam or LOA...

Triton 212 Specifications:
Length: 21'0" Beam: 99"
Transom Height: 25" Inside Depth: 25"
Approx. Hull Weight: 2150 lbs. Maximum HP: 225
Persons Capacity: 7 Maximum Weight Capacity: 2000 lbs.

Triton 210 Specifications:
Length: 21'0" Beam: 99"
Transom Height: 25" Inside Depth: 25"
Approx. Hull Weight: 2150 lbs. Maximum HP: 225
Persons Capacity: 7 Maximum Weight Capacity: 2000 lbs.
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Check out their site www.seahuntboats.com
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I didn't read your post clearly Grady...sorry. You were comparing the HS to the Triton's not the Triton's to each other...My Bad!!!
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Only one difference - the 210 does not have a walk-in console. Deadrise is 18ยบ on both.
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I've asked the same question here a number of times, and have yet to get a good answer... because there isn't one. They're really the same boat (210 and 212), with slightly different consoles. IMO, they should have just one model, with your choice of console (why they felt the need to have two model designations is what has us confused).

So far, I like what I've seen from Sea Hunt. Looks like a good value, and so far, consistent build-quality (solid mid-tier). I do like the design of the new 186, and think they would do well to borrow some of its design with a new 20'/21' model (ever notice the resemblance between their two newest models?... the 232 and the 186?). Maybe that's their direction?

Unfortunately (and this is true of most builders), their website doesn't go into too much detail on construction. Someday soon I hope, the more popular builders will realize that people really want to know how (i.e. nitty-gritty) these things are built.

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quote: ...I do like the design of the new 186, and think they would do well to borrow some of its design with a new 20'/21' model...
When I was at the Raleigh convention center boat show, I spoke to a factory rep who said he was on the 186 design team. He said they were re-designing the 202 along the same lines.
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The 210 and 212 are Sea Hunt's way of offering the same boat with two different consoles. Also, the 210 comes standard with cushioned pedestal seats whereas the 212 comes standard with the stainless steel reversible seat.

I imagine Sea Hunt will either introduce new models or redesign their current to have the same transom design as the 186 and 232. It really is an efficient design.
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In speaking with Joel @ Sea Hunt, my impression was that they will soon produce a 21 with the same design as the 232 and 186.
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