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Old 06 November 2013, 20:25   #21
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I know. +10% buyers premium +trailer (original sale didn't include trailer). 750 hours on motor. Handy profit if he sells it. Missed original sale by few days.
Correct...don't forget 7.75% CA Sales Tax too - with a $750 trailer, he's in for $6,528. - Plus maybe a service on the outboard

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Didn't know H533s come with different hulls though.
I don't have a picture handy of a H533 with the "triple chine" as I just called it (probably the wrong term - three keels? a trimaran?). But, it looks just like the transom of a Greenough with the two "outriggers". Attached is a pic if you haven't seen it. If you really want a pic of a H533 like that, give me a week or two and I'll snap one for you
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Cathedral hull is what Boston Whaler calls it. Jarring in any kind of chop.

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Cathedral hull is what Boston Whaler calls it. Jarring in any kind of chop.

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I think Fish & Game probably chose them for stability at rest when boarding.

I've seen two new Fish & Game ribs - they've gone with the Boston Whaler ribs. 10'0 beam on the 7m - that beam will give it stability. Also saw a 5m - had a 6ft high arch, full Furuno package with radar, stand up leaning post... Didn't look so stable with three big guys in it all standing.
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ah - hah - making sense now!

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Take this with a grain of salt, but the dealer I got my Hurricane from (I think!) told me that this SRMN line was the former Bombard line... If so, it's a much lighter duty boat and designed to get to a price point. Hurricanes are so expensive that a rare few can afford new.
they took the bombard hull - re-inforced it - gave it a hypalon tube and a hurricane console ... made them in poor quality - lower cost spanish plant ... and voila ... what they call "commercial" LOL ... also now discontinued ... as was the bombard (this size). .... quality isn't there. ....... now they're pushing the "PRO" (no interior space!)
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The SRMN models are still in production. Not quite a rugged as some of the hurricanes but then again that depends on the model. Not all Hurricanes are as tough as 733's.
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The SRMN models are still in production. Not quite a rugged as some of the hurricanes but then again that depends on the model. Not all Hurricanes are as tough as 733's.
i believe just smaller ones ... i was told the 24' aren't any more (??) ... can't seem to order replacement tube
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What color tube are you looking for? Last spring I inquired about a tube for someone and was told 120 days to get it.
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