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Old 02-04-2018, 06:47 PM   #1061
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What the heck are those things?!?!
Sixmassive’s stern seating.
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Old 02-05-2018, 05:39 AM   #1062
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I prefer a back rest on my seating. Underseat storage is a little less but still usable.


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Old 02-12-2018, 08:38 PM   #1067
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I have a massive amount of removable seating on my WW28 (previously windham14's boat) but none of it is on the boat and honestly i only put it in to tow it home then removed it to store inside.....and sadly, although i bought the boat in late august i have yet to put it in water since the sea trial b/c i'm in the deer mgmt/hunting land business and thus only get to enjoy boats May-August. i'm sure if you look at some of his old posts there would be pics with seats in. they all fold and are very nicely done, can seat about 12 comfortably i'd say, maybe more
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Old 02-13-2018, 11:32 AM   #1068
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I have a massive amount of removable seating on my WW28 (previously windham14's boat) but none of it is on the boat and honestly i only put it in to tow it home then removed it to store inside.....and sadly, although i bought the boat in late august i have yet to put it in water since the sea trial b/c i'm in the deer mgmt/hunting land business and thus only get to enjoy boats May-August. i'm sure if you look at some of his old posts there would be pics with seats in. they all fold and are very nicely done, can seat about 12 comfortably i'd say, maybe more
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Old 02-13-2018, 08:26 PM   #1070
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seems like a good place for this question......

Is there a good place besides a custom leaning post to build an additional livewell? I really despise having it in the floor and i haven't even used it yet. any ideas that won't break the bank besides a tub with overflow going out scupper ?

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Old 02-13-2018, 08:41 PM   #1071
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seems like a good place for this question......

Is there a good place besides a custom leaning post to build an additional livewell? I really despise having it in the floor and i haven't even used it yet. any ideas that won't break the bank besides a tub with overflow going out scupper ?

thanks
Norm has a transom livewell option. Otherwise if you don’t want a leaning post livewell (which would have to be custom and would be in the way of the floor well ) and no floor wells.... you will need to put an above deck well. All ideas mentioned are expensive , cheapest being what you said you don’t want a on deck well . So for cheap and no on deck well you are in trouble . A transom well sounds like your best option but it’s going to cost.
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Old 02-13-2018, 08:56 PM   #1072
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If u had to ballpark a guess on cost to have ww or someone else do a transom well (what i really want) what would it be?

Thanks for speedy response btw, much appreciated.
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Old 02-13-2018, 10:26 PM   #1073
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If u had to ballpark a guess on cost to have ww or someone else do a transom well (what i really want) what would it be?

Thanks for speedy response btw, much appreciated.
Ask Parker yacht. He made one that is used as a cooler.
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Old 02-14-2018, 02:12 AM   #1074
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If u had to ballpark a guess on cost to have ww or someone else do a transom well (what i really want) what would it be?

Thanks for speedy response btw, much appreciated.
I sent you a PM. I recently had a quote on a transom LW.
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Old 02-14-2018, 05:08 AM   #1075
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seems like a good place for this question......

Is there a good place besides a custom leaning post to build an additional livewell? I really despise having it in the floor and i haven't even used it yet. any ideas that won't break the bank besides a tub with overflow going out scupper ?

thanks
Search whitewater 28 project 1992. Check out the last few pages you can see what I did
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Old 02-14-2018, 05:50 AM   #1076
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I too wanted an above deck livewell. Ended up with a Birdsall Baitmaster leaning post livewell. Still have normal access to the floor well. Im sure you could retrofit WW's transom well. It's gonna require glass and gelcoat work so I'm guessing it's not going to be inexpensive.
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Old 02-14-2018, 05:59 AM   #1077
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Here's some pics of how it turned out. Parker Yachts turned mine into exactly what I wanted, but the standard Baitmaster leaning post worked.








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Old 02-14-2018, 07:24 AM   #1078
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that's exactly what i need to do, what model birdsall is that, i was looking at the baitmaster 40 and it didn't have those storage lockers over the well, only in the side
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Old 02-14-2018, 09:31 AM   #1079
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I think that's exactly the set up i wanna shoot for, gonna sell a polaris ranger this week and fund it......maybe hahaha
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It's a Birdsall Baitmaster 40 that's been customized by Parker Yachts. I ran the boat for a year with the Baitmaster in its original form including a wrap around backrest from Birdsall. Decided I wanted seats that could flip up to a leaning post. Parker Yachts removed the seat cushion and storage bin underneath as well as the backrest, glassed and gelcoated the opening where the storage bin was. Made the cut outs for the rear storage area doors and glassed a shelf inside. Parker Yachts fabricated the doors and matched the gelcoat. Probably 3 times as much storage as the original under seat bin provided. Seat is made by Taco and they agreed to match the upholstery that Whitewater used for the bolsters and front cushions. I looked at Lebroc but felt for my application the Taco was a better fit. Im very happy with the finished product, it's comfortable and functional.
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