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Old 08-23-2019, 07:01 PM
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Default Cape Horn 47 new build

I haven’t seen a post yet about it and figured I would see if anyone has any pictures. I saw a picture of the mold on Facebook. I can’t wait to see their new boat as a Cape Horn fan.
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It’s gonna be awesome!! Can’t wait to see more pics.
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Any link? I couldnt find them.
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Impressive. I can’t wait to see it.

If they price it right, it will be a big hit. If they price it like Intrepid, Regulator, Whaler.......... it be not move.
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47 or 42?
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Wowowowow!!!!!
never heard a bad thing about them...and always liked them..

More details?????
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How the phuck do you fully inject foam into that beast. A lot goes into the R & D of the Whaler 2 part molds to ensure those voids are filled. That R & D costs money as well.

Not like building run of the mill Sea Hunt.
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Interesting.. is the 36 a good seller? Never see or hear much about them? Should be a nice boat..
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Originally Posted by ono loco View Post
Interesting.. is the 36 a good seller? Never see or hear much about them? Should be a nice boat..
I own a 32xs and when I was buying it I asked about the 36. It has mixed reviews with biggest complaint of a wet ride. I recently saw a brand new 36 with trip 350's for $336k. I guess a good deal for that size?
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Word is $799k with quad Yamaha 425, seakeeper, electronics, joy stick, cabin area.
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Originally Posted by ono loco View Post
Interesting.. is the 36 a good seller? Never see or hear much about them? Should be a nice boat..
As of a few months ago, the 32 was their #1 seller followed by the 36 and 31T.
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Originally Posted by Brocnizer1 View Post
Word is $799k with quad Yamaha 425, seakeeper, electronics, joy stick, cabin area.

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Well at 800K i'm going to need see something from CH that blows me away - They are great hard core fishing boats but for that kind of coin not sure how many people are thinking about CH.

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For that coin I'd buy a Prowler 42 and a house with a boat lift and still have money to fuel the boat for life.
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Originally Posted by ono loco View Post
Well at 800K i'm going to need see something from CH that blows me away - They are great hard core fishing boats but for that kind of coin not sure how how many people are thinking about CH.
$800k is probably far less than anything else that size!
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Wonder if they’ll figure out how to put some storage in that one or it it’ll just have one really, really big fish box.
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The current market (boat prices) cannot sustain and many of these builders will be brought back to reality.

Cape Horn probably won't have many full price buyers at 800K. I'm sure they have slots 1-5 filled at cost to $500K, but after that, I doubt anyone is going to pay that kind of coin and have one in deck fish box.
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A lot of silly statements of fact when no one has any idea what the boat will be like or how much it will actually cost. I know it isn't the THT way but how about waiting to see what the boat actually is and what it will cost before before jumping to conclusions.
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Originally Posted by magua View Post
How the phuck do you fully inject foam into that beast. A lot goes into the R & D of the Whaler 2 part molds to ensure those voids are filled. That R & D costs money as well.

Not like building run of the mill Sea Hunt.
lets leave out Boston Whalers goofy construction methods out of this, I personally don't want a boat that mimics a whaler
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