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Boat Reviews By Owners

2000 -- 21' 0" SEA PRO

Model: 2100 cc

Cockpit: This boat is a very versitle fishing machine. Lots of room for fishing, yet good seating for family outings.

Cabin: N/A

Construction: This boat has held up extremely well. For the cost comparison to the high dollar models, I don't think the dollar per foot for higher cost boats equals up, unless your into a name thing.

Handling: Great. It's a 21 footer and will do anything any other 21 footer will do. Rides smooth, dry and takes rough water well, if you really want too.

Engine Room: I have a Johnson 225 Ocean Pro and no complaints about the engine. I bought this boat used and would not have powered it as such. A 150 would do, a 200 would probably be perfect. The 225 is more like bass boat performance, flying.

General Comments: I love this boat. I use it in the Chesapeake Bay and Outer Banks, NC. I can take the chop of the Bay and go 4-20 miles off shore in confidence. Yet take the family up the Potomac River or shollow bays for outings. Trailers nicely.

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Date Submitted: 2003-11-21

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