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Old 10-16-2018, 11:19 AM
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Yes, that is Caymas with an "s". Anybody know anything, heard of the boats?

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They don't have a web page or Facebook page so it looks like they don't exist (to much extent anyway)
Old 10-18-2018, 11:17 AM
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Thanks. I saw they were a new sponsor of Capt. George Gozdz and was curious if he was going to give up the Triton.
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Yes and yes! Stay tuned and I promise you wont be disappointed...............
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https://caymasboats.com
Mercury racing and boat building legend Earl Bentz is at the helm of this new boat company. Earl's partnered with naval architect Michael Peters and there currently designing saltwater boats in the 22'-45' range. Word is the first boat will be at MIBS.
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Originally Posted by Flatlined View Post


https://caymasboats.com
Mercury racing and boat building legend Earl Bentz is at the helm of this new boat company. Earl's partnered with naval architect Michael Peters and there currently designing saltwater boats in the 22'-45' range. Word is the first boat will be at MIBS.
pretty sure Earl Bentz designed the Triton hulls. Pretty impressive what they put the one on Reel Time through. Interested to see what Caymas comes out with.
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Any updates on Caymas?
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Seems top secret. Can’t find photos anywhere
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Originally Posted by ThreeRs View Post
Seems top secret. Can’t find photos anywhere
Their marketing strategy has been to keep it under wraps until they're at production and can start delivering boats to dealers. I visited the factory last week and will receive the 25' Caymas equipped with a Mercury 400 Verado in about 2 weeks. If you know Earl Bentz then you know when he does something, he does it right. As soon as I get the green light to start posting pictures, you'll see them!
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Not too secret. Good on ya Earl. Making jobs.
https://www.tennessean.com/story/new...ty/2059380002/
https://caymasboats.com/
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The secret part is what he’s building.
Old 04-25-2019, 10:02 AM
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Sea Balo would probably have been a more fitting name. Meh
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Here’s additional pics of the Caymas 25HB which I took delivery of a couple days ago. This is hull number 2 from Earl Bentz’s new company. Earl formerly founded Stratos and Triton Boats and has teamed up with naval architect Michael Peters in designing a full line of boats including bass boats, bay boats, hybrids, and center consoles up to 45’. I’m excited to be partnered with Earl in his latest venture in the marine world. Caymas is the official boat sponsor of my new fishing show “Unfathomed” which airs on the Sportsman Channel. More pics and info to follow soon!
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Originally Posted by flfJack View Post

pretty sure Earl Bentz designed the Triton hulls. Pretty impressive what they put the one on Reel Time through. Interested to see what Caymas comes out with.
Earl founded Triton boats. Rork Summerford designed the hull
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I like it. It does remind me of a Robalo Cayman set up with a stepped hull. Any performance numbers yet?

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