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Old 04-07-2018, 09:24 PM
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*We are excited to start the build process of Tideline Boats 365 Hull#2! George and Michael have been first class during the design process and have created a custom Carolina inspired high performance fishing catamaran. Hope everyone can enjoy the build process!

Basics
LOA – 36'5
Beam –11'0
Draft – 18-20”
Weight – 9200 lbs
Fuel Capacity – 450 gallons
Fish Boxes – 2300 qt total (688qt Coffin Box, two 815 qt in-deck insulated boxes
Livewell Capacity – (2) 45 gallon livewells, (2) 88 gallon livewells in the floor
Engines –Twin Suzuki 350s (White)

Details
Hull Color –Medium Grey
Two tone Lebroc Upholstery
SeaDek Coaming Bolsters
Custom Hardtop with molded electronics box, navigation lights, spreader lights, and secondary controls over the captains chairs
Custom Tower with second station
Gemlux 27' carbon fiber deluxe outriggers. Gemlux outrigger bases
Plumbed Marine Head
(4) Electric Reel Plus
Lumitec underwater lighting
SeaChest plumbed with high flow pumps to livewells and tune tubes
SeaStar Optimus EPS steering with Optimus 360 Joystick controls

Electronics
(2) Garmin 7616 Display
(1) Garmin 7612xsv
(1) Garmin 7610 in Tower
Garmin GMR1224 xHD2 Open Array Radar
Garmin GHP Auto Pilot
Garmin GSD 26 black box sonar
Garmin GXM53
AirMar B599LH
AirMar B175HW
(2) ICOM M400BB with HM195B command mics
(2) Shakespeare Galaxy 5399 Antennas
Fusion Radio Head Unit
(8) Wetsounds 8" Speakers
(2) Wetsounds 12" Subs
(2) Wetsounds Amps










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Congrats. Excited to watch this one. I have been a fan of their boats for a while now.

All we need to do is get you the right color black (or white) engines on the back.
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Either that's a really big cat, or someone is coming after you for child labor! LOL What a beast. I live in Edenton - are you building it out by the airport, or in Scott's old building on West Queen?
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We are right beside the airport Capt Fred. You are welcome to come take a look one day.
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Awesome! Congrats on the new build, should turn out great. I heard the lead time on these boats is already around 1 year?
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Originally Posted by stevenjlang View Post
Awesome! Congrats on the new build, should turn out great. I heard the lead time on these boats is already around 1 year?
Thank you! Michael may can chime in on lead times! I am aware there are double digit boats sold right now.
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love the color. sub'd
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Cool! I'll stop out at some point. It is great to see another boat being built here in town. Things slowed down for a while after 2008.
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Congrats on the new build. It's gonna be a beast. Awesome color.
Just a question on an observation...Is that a chopper gun he's using in the last picture?

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Thanks guys.

Yes a layer of chop goes in directly behind the gelcoat. This layer is called the "skin coat" and is for cosmetics and to allow a surface capable for our guys to start working in. All the structural glass and core will be going in next and it all goes in with no resin at all until the resin infusion under vacuum. I will be sure to get photos to the owner so he can keep you posted here.
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Originally Posted by SeaCat22 View Post
Congrats on the new build. It's gonna be a beast. Awesome color.
Just a question on an observation...Is that a chopper gun he's using in the last picture?
Almost all fiberglass boats use a thin layer of chopped strand between the gelcoat and the structural laminate to avoid 'print through' of the laminate into the gelcoat finish.
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Thank you Mr Collins and Onewolf.
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While the hull is in the mold, we have been working on some preliminary concepts for the hardtop and tower!


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Here is the first layer of structural glass going in the hull. You can see how exacting our guys can be because there is no resin involved until the infusion. This allows very precise placement of glass overlaps and core into the laminate schedule.
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That’s alot of glass! How many gallons is resin will be used? Keep the built pics coming! Maybe do a infusion slow mo video. Congrats on the build!
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Parts are being ordered now while the hull mold process continues! Tideline Boats gives every owner the freedom to layout their deck with rod holders, cleats, cup holders, etc as they choose!

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Originally Posted by Regulator_32 View Post
Parts are being ordered now while the hull mold process continues! Tideline Boats gives every owner the freedom to layout their deck with rod holders, cleats, cup holders, etc as they choose!

not sure if my eyes are playing tricks on me, but it looks like the red and blue dots are flipped in each location from port to starboard. Any specific reason?
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Very good eye! The red dots are the 30 degree rod holders at 90 degrees from the boat which will be used for live baiting/ drifting off the sides of the boat. The Blue dots are the cup holders. They are switched on each side so you avoid having a drink or something in the cup holder when a fish hits and does not interfere with the reel lever!
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Originally Posted by Regulator_32 View Post
Very good eye! The red dots are the 30 degree rod holders at 90 degrees from the boat which will be used for live baiting/ drifting off the sides of the boat. The Blue dots are the cup holders. They are switched on each side so you avoid having a drink or something in the cup holder when a fish hits and does not interfere with the reel lever!
ah gotcha. Well thought out.
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Originally Posted by Regulator_32 View Post
Very good eye! The red dots are the 30 degree rod holders at 90 degrees from the boat which will be used for live baiting/ drifting off the sides of the boat. The Blue dots are the cup holders. They are switched on each side so you avoid having a drink or something in the cup holder when a fish hits and does not interfere with the reel lever!
I'm no expert but I would think the live bait rods off the side would be 15 degree and the two facing straight back at the stern would be 30's, no? Anyway, beautiful boat. Looking forward to the build.

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