Hello All, Thank you all for this fantastic resource- been researching for a while and figured I'd introduce myself. I missed an opportunity on a 19' Seaway Cuddy early last summer and have had my eye out ever since. Love the utility, comfortable cabin (for a 19'), lines, and fishability. Recently tracked one down, and I am considering making an offer- 1984 Seafarer- hull only, sound transom, below deck poly tank, 1-2 minor soft spots in deck, gelcoat will buff out nicely. Asking 5k, but owner is ready to move it and accepting offers. I live down on Cape Cod and have owned a couple of small boats, fishing both freshwater ponds and tidal rivers, cruising the marsh, and anchoring up on the beach. Looking to move up to safely fish Billingsgate, Race Point, and Vineyard Sound. Maybe a quick overnight to Wellfleet or P-Town, river cruises and beach days. Essentially looking for a do-it-all utility boat that can handle a light chop on the ride home. Obviously, a safe, stable platform is key. As the boat will need to be re-powered, I am considering 90-115 Etec power. My current boat feels sluggish with its current power plant, will 90 feel underpowered on the Seaway? Not looking to fly, but looking for 30+ kts at WOT. Anyone have a spare Etec lying around?! To ensure a dry ride, are spray rails entirely necessary on this hull? Although the hull is fairly light at 1250lb, does this hull tend to feel heavier while underway? Can I expect 2' chop to feel dampened? I really appreciate your insight. Thanks!