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Boat Reviews By Owners

2003 -- 26' 0" TWIN VEE

Model: 26' weekender

Cockpit: Great visability from the cockpit along with easy steering and throttle. There is plenty of room to add all of your accesories. I give the cockpit a A because of its comfort, shade, and visability.

Cabin: The cabin has loads of room. From its queen size bed to it porta potti and its sink. I would never recommend the use of the porta potti. I removed mine and pit in a rack for my clothes. There is some room for storage but not much. A-

Construction: The boat is very well built. It handles big offshore waves. The gunnels are low so you can pull up that big ahi or marlin. The boat doesnt come standard with all the seats and rod holders so adding them is going to be a little pricey. A

Handling: As i said above it has great handling due to its twin hulls. Definatally a offshore fishing machine.A+

Engine Room: Go for the 140 yamahas or dont go at all. Those are the best. They are definatally top of the line. A++++

General Comments: I love my boat. Fishing, diving, surfing, trips, taking out a chick. Everything! This boat is truely great.

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Date Submitted: 2004-06-05

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