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Boat Reviews By Owners

2004 -- 29' 4" COMMANDER

Model: Signature

Cockpit: The cockpit is tall and has tall captains chairs. Sleek design and no detail was overlooked

Cabin: The mid-cabin has an enclosed bathroom.The dual couches are not big enough for sleeping. A great place to get out of the sun. A built in cooler is included. The cabin is well lit.

Construction: I have not had any problems. The manufacturer was willing to make any changes I wanted in the design.

Handling: This boat handles like a smaller boat. The controls are easy to operate and it is very agile for a large boat. It eats up waves up to 10 feet. A great riding boat

Engine Room: It is powered by a Mercruiser 496 HO. At 425 HP, It is a little underpowered for a deep (step) V design. But, It is turnkey and dependable. Top speed is only 60 mph.

General Comments: I use it for big lake and ocean cruising. We also ski,wakeboard,tube and all other towables. With the trim tabs down, I can be on plane at 11 mph towing a wakeboard.

Email Address: jimblc@aol.com


Date Submitted: 2006-04-22

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