Thank you, thank you and thank you. That's a sweet pic of an even sweeter boat. It's the one my father and I have been looking into. You have made me very jealous. And cause my dad to opt for a second sea trial. Thank you!
Even the same color scheme!
P.S. Any current owners have a rough water story or two that they would like to share?????
Great choice. We have the 18' Searunner and my only complaint is it is 2' short of what I should have got. You will really enjoy the extra room.
Yes, I have a rough water story to tell. It still brings shivers to me when I think about it. The boat handled it very well, but I should never have been in the place I was in to begin with. It was a great learning experience, but almost a costly one. My 18' does very well in choppy water and swells. We regularily fish the ocean, but we can pick our days easier than those who have to drive to the coast. Mine handles Odell's and Wickiup winds extremely well, as well as the Columbia and the Snake when we get that far east. We have had zero problems with our Honda 90.
Very pretty! You might want to investigate a sealer for the exposed aluminum below your half paint. It's no fun finding the white spots that are etched in the metal. The calcium stuff that the DOT places on the road for de-icing just loves to corrode pretty sleds!!!! Do a seasrch on here for "gator hide" or something like that. My boat is already pitted so I'm not going to do it, but I would with a new one.