25 H&H

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Who on here has one.? School me on them. Solid glass right? Pros and cons. Go!
 

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Pretty rare boat- haven't seen any and I look a lot. I'd call H&H Marine for details.
 

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I agree. I look a lot as well and see a few 27s and 29s but rarely a 25. Same beam and draft as the 27 it looks like.
 

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If building a new boat, the 27’ makes a lot more sense, which is probably why the 25’ is so rare. Hull cost is $700 more for 2’ extra hull, that’s a bargain. Both boats would cost the same to finish, power, etc. And I bet the 27’ is more efficient than the 25’. No brainer. The 27 and 29 H&H’s are nice boats and have a lot of volume for their length.
 

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try and find a ride on both the 25 & 27 H&H and the 29 too.
the boats get bigger volume wise with length.
the 29 is really a 30 footer, great hull !
I love my 29 HH it’s a beast of a little boat.
 
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