INteresting 38 Chesi 99K

steveinak

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that rig has been for sale for quite a while, 100 grand for a boat & motor ??
 
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BOSBoatMan

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It's not - but man its a sweet looking boat we can make an exception, no?

We could shit all over him if it was a Bayliner
 

petrel

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They actually go good in a chop; a big rolling sea and you don't have much under you. Why they are called Bay boats.
 

GoodChance

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The main cabin is pushed too far forward and the aft cockpit control station should have been installed on the cabin bulkhead.

The deadrise will ride very well in a chop despite the suggestion of another poster. The bow does not dip below the parallel line of the keel or props.
 

F/V First Team

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Must have been the one I was on for 12+ hours a day 30 days straight mapping Lower Penobscot Bay.

Or maybe we just have a different definition of "chop" because she was all over the place. Twin 450 Cats and she maxed out at 12 knots.
 

mcangelo41

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The main cabin is pushed too far forward and the aft cockpit control station should have been installed on the cabin bulkhead.

The deadrise will ride very well in a chop despite the suggestion of another poster. The bow does not dip below the parallel line of the keel or props.


Right from the horse's MOUTH!
 

GoodChance

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Must have been the one I was on for 12+ hours a day 30 days straight mapping Lower Penobscot Bay.

Or maybe we just have a different definition of "chop" because she was all over the place. Twin 450 Cats and she maxed out at 12 knots.


Must have been the one specific boat you were on.

Most deadrise boats are very fast for the moderate amount of power inside them and are very stable and comfortable. I spent about 10 years on a 46ft deadrise. And a bunch of time on deadrises ranging from 32 to 50 ft.
 

Nighthawk

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owner is a tool...

SORRY FOR THE LANGUAGE
Charlie from Red Line marine has quite a reputation, do a search on a big forum like THT before you call him so you know what to expect. Never talked to someone in the SELLING business quite like him. :eek:


"Price is Super firm, no Exceptions" is on every boat he trys to sell. Every engine is "bullet proof", every piece of electronics is "state of art" etc

http://www.yachtworld.com/redlinemarine/redlinemarine_0.html
 
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