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Old 13 July 2015, 23:00   #61
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2nd one in service

2nd 733 cabin is in service.
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Old 14 July 2015, 09:10   #62
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Old 16 July 2015, 13:50   #63
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Old 22 July 2015, 13:10   #64
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We are going to paint close to this, but will see how it looks when we are done. we are using a paint on the tubes called System 6.
Beautiful work Ryan! Is this the paint you always use on tubes? I have some tubes on a 96 Nautica that aren't terrible but they're not great either. Is this what you'd recommend?
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i use Rubber Dye - Product Details - Parasol Inc.

The system 6 stuff was used by a friend of mine who was not happy with end results
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Thanks for the recommendation and speedy reply!
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Old 16 August 2015, 08:24   #67
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Ryan,
Great boats, I always likes the cabin model but never found much info on them.
How do you like the cabin model of the 733? does it handle and feel much different at sea then center console model?

What is the fuel burn and best cruise speed with twin yam 150

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I like the cc better, but for work keeping us out of the weather is a huge plus! We get around 50mph out of the yamahas at 5800-6000 and cruse around 4200 at 34mph burning around 2.2 mpg if i remember right. I would recommend for work but not for pleasure. the cc is much better.
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ok great, whats the difference between the blunt nose and wedge, the year built?
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Yes, a little more fwd deck space on the blunt one.
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