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Old 04-20-2018, 12:20 PM
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Default Latitude tournament boats 25' build

Will post pics of the LTB25 build we have started. Boat will be whisper grey and seafoam green in color. As of right now the hull, cap and liner are being completed and should start the stringers and fuel tank next week. Once hull and console is complete it will be shipped up to our marina where we will rig the boat in house.














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Hello Everyone, I'm Dooper Owner of LTB. I want to take a moment and say, Thank you for all the Love, Without your support we would not be where we are today. You are witnessing my dream come true. My goal from day one was/is to build rebuild the Legendary hull we all have come to recognize and love. My mission is to build the Strongest semi custom 25' center console commercial grade hard core fishing machines on the market. Catering to charter captains, Commercial fisherman, and Tournament anglers. I have hand selected my team by being extremely picky. I have hired the Best lamination crews around. These men have 18+ years experience building top quality boats such as Nortech, Action Craft, Shamrock, and several other reputable companies all of witch I Highly Respect and owe appreciation to. My assembly crew is just as valuable and have skills for days. Keep in mind we are working with older molds dating back to 1974 hence the key word Legendary With the support you all have shown and continue to share I know LTB will become another respectable Competitor in the fishing community. If you ever wish to visit our little factory or would like to speak to me personally Please do not hesitate to call. This is my personal cell 239-707-3956. I'm inviting you to also follow our builds on Face Book under LTB Latitude Tournament Boats. I do want to also apologize for not having a web site yet. I see there are a few who have remarked about that. I will work on getting one up and running this year. Again I would like to say Thanks to each and every one of you. Sincerely Dooper Dold Tight Lines
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Thumbs up Nice start

Looking great so far
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Latitude Tournament Boats, Inc. out of Ft. Myers? Semi-finished 25 Competitor looks great. They're on Facebook, THT.
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Originally Posted by TurnMeLooseFLKeys View Post
Latitude Tournament Boats, Inc. out of Ft. Myers? Semi-finished 25 Competitor looks great. They're on Facebook, THT.
Yes sir, this is the second build we are doing. We are just finishing another for a well known charter Capt up this way. This current build will be a second boat to back up the Conch27 we are currently running.
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I love watching thes build threads
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Weird. I wasn’t just looking at these boats on Facebook 2 hours ago!!

I want to know now more about the Bokeelia Classic. Seems like just what the Louisiana coast needs!
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Originally Posted by txaggie25 View Post
I love watching thes build threads
I will try to do my best to keep up with the pics and info. We will be doing the entire build out at our facility and going to keep it a very simple fishing machine.
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Impressed!
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Bracket?

whats the fb name?
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Originally Posted by boatn19 View Post
Bracket?

whats the fb name?
Yes we are using stainless marine brackets on the builds, facebook page for hulls is Latitude tournament boats
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Here are some pics of the build we are currently working on, the boat is currently getting metalwork done and will post more info.






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Any way to see these on the web besides Facebook (I dont have one)? How about posting some contact info on here? What models are you building? Looking very nice!
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I like the basic hull and interior layout but think a bigger flotation tub in the bracket would be better. As wee all know boats gain weight with all the gear we put on them. Gotta say, love the # of rod holders.

Also what's the stern dead rise?
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Looks like another Formula F233 clone, like the Whitewater, Rampone, old contender and seavee. On some of the pics, the chines are out of the water at the transom, which suggests its a little light. Were the photos taken with full fuel load? Nice boat with good construction.
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Originally Posted by manitunc View Post
Looks like another Formula F233 clone, like the Whitewater, Rampone, old contender and seavee. On some of the pics, the chines are out of the water at the transom, which suggests its a little light. Were the photos taken with full fuel load? Nice boat with good construction.
boat was light, still a lot more accessories to be placed in boat as well as fuel.
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There is a market for those that don't want a production built hull. Competition has built a niche market and other small builders are starting to make the same moves. Nice looking built.
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Originally Posted by atun5fathom View Post


boat was light, still a lot more accessories to be placed in boat as well as fuel.
Any info on the Bokeelia?

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