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Old 08-28-2019, 02:30 PM
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Can anyone speak from experience of the stability on plane, anchored and trolling of the Whitewaters? I read about the fact that it's saddle tanks help on the roll but looking for someone that has been on one or owned one that can give personal experience in comparison to any other boat offshore. Looking at the 32's in particular.
Old 08-28-2019, 03:45 PM
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I owned a WW32. I used it extensively for drift fishing off Jupiter. When I first bought the boat, I expected the platform to be more tender with the deep Vee and narrow beam. To my surprise the boat was very stable. The four Fuel tanks are pushed out for sure but maybe the strakes help too. I can now say you never know what you had till its gone after trying many different boats in my price range, I now own a smaller boat and learned 5 people cannot lean over the same side while fishing to see what your landing , something that was never an issue in the WW.
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Thanks ss. That's very helpful.
Old 08-28-2019, 04:42 PM
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My son made a lot of YouTube fishing videos on that boat, pm me for the link you can see first hand
Old 08-28-2019, 05:23 PM
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It’s not a problem at all. I had the same concern, before I built mine. Talked to several people and made a trip to demo ride one. You’re welcome to come ride on mine, but I’m sure you can find one closer than Beaufort, Sc. My only suggestion, if you’re building one, is to get some weight forward. New, heavier 4 strokes weren’t around, when this hull was designed. She always rides good, but when the fish box is full, it’s awesome.
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