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Old 10-23-2019, 03:30 PM
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Originally Posted by caracal25 View Post
Maybe this is why Seahunter stopped building this one, takes forever to finish...
Unless you are waiting for delivery you win dumbest remark of the day.
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Old 10-23-2019, 03:41 PM
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Originally Posted by tbaxl View Post
Unless you are waiting for delivery you win dumbest remark of the day.
He is not...
We acquired the molds early last spring took some time to find a proper company to work with and to acquire shop space. We then set forth in retooling the molds we had acquired. We worked those molds to the best that they could be. At that point we then pulled parts from those molds and made further modifications to those parts in perfecting them and redesigning them to then turn to making a new set of molds. All of this takes time, toss in a few storms and flooding and it takes more time. We are not building a production boat and have zero interest in doing that at all. We are building a finely crafted custom product ensuring that our customers will stand out from the masses.
When she is ready, she will make herself available to a select few.
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Old 10-24-2019, 07:42 PM
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Originally Posted by InternationalMarineBrian View Post
He is not...
We acquired the molds early last spring took some time to find a proper company to work with and to acquire shop space. We then set forth in retooling the molds we had acquired. We worked those molds to the best that they could be. At that point we then pulled parts from those molds and made further modifications to those parts in perfecting them and redesigning them to then turn to making a new set of molds. All of this takes time, toss in a few storms and flooding and it takes more time. We are not building a production boat and have zero interest in doing that at all. We are building a finely crafted custom product ensuring that our customers will stand out from the masses.
When she is ready, she will make herself available to a select few.
So do you have to qualify to own this rare boat?
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Old 10-25-2019, 12:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Karl1971 View Post
So do you have to qualify to own this rare boat?
I would assume “To qualify” you just have to place a deposit and get in line. Much like any other boat company.
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Old 10-25-2019, 01:28 PM
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Originally Posted by InternationalMarineBrian View Post
He is not...
We acquired the molds early last spring took some time to find a proper company to work with and to acquire shop space. We then set forth in retooling the molds we had acquired. We worked those molds to the best that they could be. At that point we then pulled parts from those molds and made further modifications to those parts in perfecting them and redesigning them to then turn to making a new set of molds. All of this takes time, toss in a few storms and flooding and it takes more time. We are not building a production boat and have zero interest in doing that at all. We are building a finely crafted custom product ensuring that our customers will stand out from the masses.
When she is ready, she will make herself available to a select few.

Nice. Did you re-tool the bottom?

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Old 10-25-2019, 05:06 PM
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Originally Posted by kylesdad View Post


I would assume “To qualify” you just have to place a deposit and get in line. Much like any other boat company.
The single use of the phrase "select few" shows me that its not about a deposit. We all know a deposit is needed for any new boat purchase.
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Old 10-26-2019, 10:02 PM
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Originally Posted by ashcreek View Post
I have been on a couple factory tours and the one thing I saw that I thought was outstanding that nobody else did, cover the ground in your lamination area with kitty litter and have someone walk the area sliding a pitch fork through the kitty litter to pick up all of the accumulated crap. It was by far the cleanest and most well run facility of all the ones I visited. Been through the big ones in south Florida and NC and this one was off the beaten path north of the Florida panhandle and was clean as a whistle. I notice all your clean up signs around the building and this may help keep the areas you are using to do glass work a little easier to maintain.

Boat looks beautiful! Hope y'all crush it!
I thought these were being built in North Carolina? I saw a semi hauling a mold in Tallahassee a few weeks ago, may have been this one?
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Old 10-27-2019, 04:04 AM
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Originally Posted by Juiced50 View Post
I thought these were being built in North Carolina? I saw a semi hauling a mold in Tallahassee a few weeks ago, may have been this one?
Wasn't our boat, we are committed to Wanchese
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So how long does it take to finish since the boat has been in Florida?????????
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Been in Florida?
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Originally Posted by Karl1971 View Post
So how long does it take to finish since the boat has been in Florida?????????
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Originally Posted by InternationalMarineBrian View Post
Boat will be in FL next month.
Uh this is your statement from August.
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Originally Posted by Karl1971 View Post
Uh this is your statement from August.
We elected to make further changes and additions to the boat.
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Originally Posted by InternationalMarineBrian View Post
We elected to make further changes and additions to the boat.
What kind of changes were made?
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On the service/parts side you are a strand up guy with a stellar reputation of honesty and integrity running a well oiled operation.

Based on this thread, your thread, as far a manufacturing, you sound like Elon Musk …..

No doubt these will be bad ass boats...when complete ...
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Originally Posted by LongIslandFisherman View Post
On the service/parts side you are a strand up guy with a stellar reputation of honesty and integrity running a well oiled operation.

Based on this thread, your thread, as far a manufacturing, you sound like Elon Musk …..

No doubt these will be bad ass boats...when complete ...
You sound like you`re from


NY.


I see your point though.
I would rush my product to market instead of making it great.
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Originally Posted by Karl1971 View Post
What kind of changes were made?
we changed bringing it to Florida before it was complete.
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You guys busting the op’s chops, why, are you waiting to purchase, or have nothing better to do. I am amazed at the amount of keyboard cowboys who obviously will never purchase, but come here strictly to prove to the world how smart they are/aren’t.
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Originally Posted by tbaxl View Post
You guys busting the op’s chops, why, are you waiting to purchase, or have nothing better to do. I am amazed at the amount of keyboard cowboys who obviously will never purchase, but come here strictly to prove to the world how smart they are/aren’t.
Well Brian made a statement about a new boat coming out and posted about it. Its his job to keep with marketing or lack of marketing.
I won't be purchasing a native.
I guess the best alternative would be to delete the thread and then nobody can post about it.

I may or may not be smarter than you but I don't care.
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