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Tideline 365 Build - Hull #4

Old 05-30-2018, 08:53 AM
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Smile Tideline 365 Build - Hull #4

Hull 3 should be out of the mold any day now so that ours can go in.......hulls 1, 2 and 3 will all be beautiful but #4 will surely catch more fish.

Venice, LA will be home for this haze gray lady with black pipework and black Suzuki 350s.

Electronics
  • Simrad NSS16 x 3 on console with OP50 remote for ergonomics
  • NSS 9 rear facing on leaning post
  • Simrad RS35 VHF x 2 for Comms and AIS
  • Simrad HS60 Compass & GPS
  • Autopilot will be through SG05 to SeaStar Optimus Steering, OP12 remote for ergonomics as well as WR10 for wireless control
  • Halo6 Radar
  • S5100 sounder module will be pushing the R599 and B175HW for 3 channel sonar covering all depths
  • Sound system Fusion MS RA 770, 2 Wetsounds Amps, 2 Wetsounds Subs, 4 6" and 4 8" speakers
Options
  • Gemlux Outrigger bases and 27ft riggers
  • Gemlux center rigger
  • Laveo dry flush head
  • 3 pair electric reel outlets, two aft, two mid and two bow
  • 4 plumbed livewells with sea chests, in floor rigged for re circulation
  • Seablaze underwater lights
George and Michael have been a pleasure to work with at Tideline. Many thanks to Regulator_32 and BAB75 for letting me ask questions and learn from their builds.

Ideas and suggestions welcome!

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Old 05-31-2018, 04:37 PM
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The tideline 365 looks like such a awesome rig. I will never own one as thats a hell of a lot of money even though the pricing seems very fair. I fell in love with the little tideline 19.

Its great to see this little company grow. I was off tht for a while and missed the 235 being released.

What leaning post are you going with. I would love to see the tournament edition that they are working on.
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Old 06-01-2018, 05:49 AM
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Excited to watch your build! Good choice with transducers!
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Old 06-04-2018, 01:18 PM
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Sydneyharbour, the pricing is definitely at or below market currently for the build quality and standard options especially for a non-production boat.

Regular_32, thank you sir.....putting inferior transducers would be like driving a Ferrari at night with a flashlight. It can be done but why would you want to?
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Some displays arrived
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Old 06-05-2018, 08:59 PM
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GReat to see these guys getting some of these built! Spent some time on this at the Miami show with one of the owners, awesome guy and impressive boat. Looking forward to this build!
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R599 and B175HW ready to roll.
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I have a Cayo Cat in the works and would love to hear about your transducer selections. We fish the same water so what made you pick the ducers you did?
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For me it was about putting the best tools onboard that I can. The Simrad 5100 is designed to push up to three ducers, not that you need three all the time, but they each have a purpose.

First, I knew I wanted the most power in a low frequency ducer. Iíve got more and more into deep dropping and would like to continue exploring deeper including swordfish. This is where the toss up came in....I could bundle high frequency with the low and only have one ducer BUT I was so pleased with my medium chirp for finding bottom structure in 500 to 800ft that I was having a hard time giving that up. Plus, I wanted wider coverage in shallow water for finding bait and tuna. So, I chose not to settle and will install all 3.

The B175HW will Work great for the top 200ft especially looking for tuna.
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Thanks for the info
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Old 06-11-2018, 03:22 AM
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Originally Posted by txtightline View Post
For me it was about putting the best tools onboard that I can. The Simrad 5100 is designed to push up to three ducers, not that you need three all the time, but they each have a purpose.

First, I knew I wanted the most power in a low frequency ducer. Iíve got more and more into deep dropping and would like to continue exploring deeper including swordfish. This is where the toss up came in....I could bundle high frequency with the low and only have one ducer BUT I was so pleased with my medium chirp for finding bottom structure in 500 to 800ft that I was having a hard time giving that up. Plus, I wanted wider coverage in shallow water for finding bait and tuna. So, I chose not to settle and will install all 3.

The B175HW will Work great for the top 200ft especially looking for tuna.
Exact setup we are installing in an Invincible 40 Cat. Covers all three CHIRP channels. Check out the CMOR cards for some amazing depth charts. The Eastern GOM card is a must have fishing out of Venice. Combined with your setup, there isnít much better available for recreational anglers.

Congrats on the build. Iím sure your excited. Just needs the right black motors on the back . Let me know if you have any questions or need any assistance after delivery. We are Simrad and Airmar certified and cover all of south Louisiana.

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Old 06-28-2018, 07:49 AM
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Nailing down the hardtop design, integrated lights, speaker pods and overhead box.



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whats the rough pricing
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Old 06-28-2018, 09:27 AM
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Here's an article with rough pricing https://www.sportfishingmag.com/tide...e-first-glance Trailer, electronics, options, customization obviously extra.
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If you have a Simrad autopilot and you donít have this.....you need to. Probably the first thing that made the equipment list for the new boat.


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Now that Regulator_32 decided to get out of the way Hull #3 should be able to get into assembly and let us get in the mold. You can see his build here https://www.thehulltruth.com/boating...s-trailer.html

Been tinkering with rodholder layouts....not at this stage yet but it will come.

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I would replace the standard gunwale cup holders with Mate Series cup/rod holders. Their Elite screwless models are a fairly close match to GEM’s Bluewater rod holders.

Also, Tigress makes some large cup holders that will hold Yeti stainless tumblers, 20 and 30 oz.



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Originally Posted by coquille View Post
whats the rough pricing
$320
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txtightline, what version of the 599 did you decide on? the LH or the LM? looks like a great build, TY.

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