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Boat Reviews By Owners

2004 -- 26' 4" AQUASPORT

Model: 250 explorer

Cockpit: large cockpit with great visibility, 6 people can fish easily! Front bench seat over cuddy is what sold it to me, the kids love it plus great for bottom fishing.

Cabin: small cabin sleep 2 overnight but thats it. plus good storage.

Construction: Hull built well but many small problems. Aquasport needs to pay attention to detail!!!!

Handling: handles okay but not great. okay up to 5ft seas after that you will get wet and tossed around but did not feel threatened.

Engine Room: twin johnson 140 4 strokes all I can say is sweet! 1 week in keys only used 75 gallons! cons for all 4strokes is that they are not as quick in acceleration.

General Comments: Aquasport stinks for quality but still would pick over striper, pro-line, well craft, trophy. For rough seas I would pick mako, grady white, boston whaler but you will pay! love the cockpit and overall design.

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Date Submitted: 2005-06-22

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