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Old 09-17-2015, 01:29 PM
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Default New SeaHunter 39' Center Console

From what I know, 39', 11'6 beam, same layout as the new 35 but bigger, and the first boat will be Team SeaHunter's tournament boat. I think this will be killer, give the 39 Invincible and 39Z a run for it's money, actually think it will be the best option out there in this size

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Dayum!!!
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Dayum, Son.....drool.......
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ooof! So nasty. Are those the most powerful outboards pound for pound?
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Question, not trying to be a D. Is there any significant difference in performance/ build between SeaVee, Invincible, YF, NorTech etc on a boat of these size?

I feel we just are splitting K--- Hairs. I think it is more related to relationship between builder and client.
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looks tippy
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Originally Posted by J Lightning View Post
Question, not trying to be a D. Is there any significant difference in performance/ build between SeaVee, Invincible, YF, NorTech etc on a boat of these size?

I feel we just are splitting K--- Hairs. I think it is more related to relationship between builder and client.
such a D!!

Yeah, there's a difference, but a lot of it comes down to personal preference and relationship with company

I will say this, SeaHunter has some of the best customer service in the business . they just opened an office in Harbour Town in Dania I think? Bought some new trucks for service, expanding....things are changing and SeaHunter is making strides towards quality and performance. 41' is driest boat I have ridden in a while
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Originally Posted by J Lightning View Post
Question, not trying to be a D. Is there any significant difference in performance/ build between SeaVee, Invincible, YF, NorTech etc on a boat of these size?

I feel we just are splitting K--- Hairs. I think it is more related to relationship between builder and client.

Seavee - See you at the Club
Invincibe - same as ^ add some blood on the deck
Nortech - go fast guys that decided fishing would be healthier than blow and strip clubs
Contender - small business owner types trying to live the dream on the payment plan
Seahunter - everyone else

An ass for every seat..
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Originally Posted by alacrity View Post
looks tippy
glad we got that out of the way!
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They all are pretty boats for sure.

I think ultimately it is relationship based. Of course you will have the single individuals that will move, but I assume the majority it is based off price or lack of service to a point.

On my schedule I should be able to afford one of these boats by 2020. Trade up very 3 or so years.
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Originally Posted by Captllama View Post
such a D!!

Yeah, there's a difference, but a lot of it comes down to personal preference and relationship with company

I will say this, SeaHunter has some of the best customer service in the business . they just opened an office in Harbour Town in Dania I think? Bought some new trucks for service, expanding....things are changing and SeaHunter is making strides towards quality and performance. 41' is driest boat I have ridden in a while
Not to hijack the thread but what boat have you ridden on?????
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Originally Posted by ono loco View Post
Seavee - See you at the Club
Invincibe - same as ^ add some blood on the deck
Nortech - go fast guys that decided fishing would be healthier than blow and strip clubs
Contender - small business owner types trying to live the dream on the payment plan
Seahunter - everyone else

An ass for every seat..
I dont get the reference to the Nor-Tech?? Have you fished any of the above mentioned boats???
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Originally Posted by tater75 View Post
Not to hijack the thread but what boat have you ridden on?????
Everything except the Nortech, why?
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Originally Posted by Captllama View Post
Everything except the Nortech, why?
Just wanted a comparison on to what you had experience on!!
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I was interested in nortech, but when you compare prices...I think 600k right? That's a lot of dough

Haven't ridden a 39st either, but my friend's tell me it prefers to run faster than slower, but its a great ride.

Hoping to ride nortech and contender st next boatshow, then I can compare to all
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Originally Posted by Captllama View Post
I was interested in nortech, but when you compare prices...I think 600k right? That's a lot of dough

Haven't ridden a 39st either, but my friend's tell me it prefers to run faster than slower, but its a great ride.

Hoping to ride nortech and contender st next boatshow, then I can compare to all
What are they projecting this hull to do with QUAD 400Rs?
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Originally Posted by tater75 View Post
Nah 392 Loaded is around 500k when will your 39SH be ready?
Don't have one ordered.

This boat should be done in a month, maybe less. First one always takes a little longer
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Originally Posted by ono loco View Post
Seavee - See you at the Club
Invincibe - same as ^ add some blood on the deck
Nortech - go fast guys that decided fishing would be healthier than blow and strip clubs
Contender - small business owner types trying to live the dream on the payment plan
Seahunter - everyone else

An ass for every seat..
Don't take it personal, but this is the broadest, most poorly researched and least well thought out grouping of stereotypes I've seen on this forum
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nice. they keep introducing new models - are they still going to make the 37, 40, 41 and 45? some lineup of big cc's. i know they replaced the old small 35' with a much larger version.
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Originally Posted by oldbrowndog View Post
nice. they keep introducing new models - are they still going to make the 37, 40, 41 and 45? some lineup of big cc's. i know they replaced the old small 35' with a much larger version.
24' bay, 32', new 35', 37', new 39', new 41', 45'

I think the 32 may be getting a beef up as well.

40 is no longer made

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