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Boat Reviews By Owners

2002 -- 21' 0" TRIUMPH

Model: 210 CC

Cockpit: Huge!!! best deck space in the 21 ft CC market

Cabin: none

Construction: Literally the Worlds Toughest Fishin' boat!!! Solid, one piece construction, NO hull to deck joint. boat is roto-molded into one solid unit and foam filled cavities make this boat unsinkable. From a seamanship point, this boat will handle more punishment than a Boston Whaler at 1/3 the cost of a Whaler

Handling: Good design, efficient hull. 2,100 lb dry weight, HP rating to 200, but a fully ice'd up and fuel'd Triumph 210 with a 150 hp motor would be the best performance combo. No real need for a 200 as that would just eat up more fuel.

Engine Room: boat is run with a Merc. No problems after 230 hours other than a linkage adjustment by the dealer and 4 lower unit oil changes. Addition of fuel/water separator.. other than that, maint. free other than normal flushing.

General Comments: Love it, NEVER have to WAX it!!!! material will NOT fade, chip, peel, crack, ect... 5 times the impact resistance of fiberglass!!! Unreal... bang this thing into a pylon, the dock, a concrete ramp and you will not have damage like you would in a fiberglass boat. This is a serious fishing boat that can handle 4-5 ft seas regularly and is definately an offshore CC type. We've had ours routinely off the NC coast 45 miles out grouper/mahi/king/tuna fishin'

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Date Submitted: 2003-11-05

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