How to Select the BEST Power for Your Sportboat - 10/18/2017
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Sportboat Buying: 10 Point Check List

How to Choose the BEST Sportboat Power

BEST Sportboat Power

Consumers have never had so many choices when it comes to powering a sportboat: sterndrive, outboard, jet drive, inboard, straight shaft, V-drive, forward drive, gas, diesel, one prop or two, 2-stroke or 4-stroke, 4.3 L or 4.5 L, 8.2 L or 6.2 L, the list goes on. Let us help you make sense of it all to find the right propulsion system for your application. More...

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Prestige 630:
Traditional Styling with a Modern Look

Prestige 630
The Prestige 630.

The large swim platform of the Prestige 630 is hydraulically operated, making it a good place to launch a tender as well as creating a teak beach when desired. More...

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TAHOE® 550 TS:
Fuel-Efficient and Fast w/ 48.5 MPH WOT

Tahoe 550 TS
The TAHOE® 550 TS.

The TAHOE® 550 TS offers a bit more freeboard than many for a runabout of this LOA, 19'10", which should allow her to deliver a dry, safe ride in most conditions. Top speed with a Mercury 150 Four Stroke was an impressive 48.5 mph. More...

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Sea Ray Sundancer 350 Coupe:
Bold Style, Inventive Design, Plush Interiors

Sea Ray Sundancer 350 Coupe
The Sea Ray Sundancer 350 Coupe.

Teak decking, plush three-tone upholstery, diamond stitching and the embroidered logo give an upscale feel to the broad cockpit of the Sea Ray Sundancer 350 Coupe. More...

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Boston Whaler 330 Outrage:
Multi-Mission CC w/ 52.2 MPH WOT

Boston Whaler 330 Outrage
The Boston Whaler 330 Outrage.

Broad optional sun shades (look closely) add shade both forward and aft to large socializing areas on the Boston Whaler 330 Outrage, making her a multi-purpose vessel. More...

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Aquila 36:
Stable Bowrider Cat w/ 2 Ensuites

Aquila 36
The Aquila 36.

The Aquila 36 is a twin-cabin cruiser with a large bowriding area, taking full advantage of catamaran hulls and a broad 14'7" (4.45 m) beam to provide lounging and seating space for up to 20 guests. More...

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