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Boat Reviews By Owners

2000 -- 18' 0" Sea Pro

Model: 180cc

Cockpit: Helm is good, cockpit has storage boxes that are in the way sometimes, but thats my only complaint. Installed a T-Topless folding T-Top for shade. Boats fits in garage, and the T-Topless can be remove din the winter if I like.

Cabin: Center console is huge (same as 190cc) and provides a lot of protection, storage and mounting area for electronics.

Construction: Very solid hull - all fiberglass and thick. Lots of SS screws (budget boat) which I have replaced with SS 10-24 or 1/4-20 bolts and nuts.

Handling: Handles great now. Added Nautica Smart tabs (self leveling) and the porpoise went away (porpoise form bigger motor on bracket).

Engine Room: Yamaha Pro-V 200 2-stroke - light and powerful! 21 Mirage prop. 6,000RPM max. Boats does 67mph.

General Comments: Love the boat! Run it up to 5 miles offshore to the reefs, as well as much inshore fishing. Have trailered it all over the east coast without problems.

Email Address: Ross.Johnson@RNR-Marine.com


Date Submitted: 2010-12-19

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