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whitewater posted 07-19-2002 02:33 PM ET (US)   Profile for whitewater   Send Email to whitewater  
I am looking for information on the ride and offshore performance of the 25' Revenge. Right now the boat I am looking at is powered with t/150's. Your comment are appreciated.
Eagleman posted 07-19-2002 03:07 PM ET (US)     Profile for Eagleman  Send Email to Eagleman     
I recently purchased a 1990 25'Revenge W/T model with Twin 200 C/R Merc's with Whaler drive. I've had several other smaller Whalers prior to this Revenge. Just spent the last week on the boat and have to say we love the boat. The 25' gives you a great ride, great performance I kind of surprised myself as to how much we really like this boat. I like the W/T feature of this Revenge it makes access to the bow very handy. For our boating needs the over night accomodations are nice. Good Luck,Eagleman
Tates posted 07-20-2002 09:59 PM ET (US)     Profile for Tates  Send Email to Tates     
I agree the ride is good, always dry.It took a little time to get the power tilt dialed in.I have twin 200 mercs CR . Generally cruise offshore @ 20- 25 Knots , I have found very few boats that can keep up to my cruise speed in varity of sea conditions. I generally burn 11 gal/hr. The weight on a Trailer is 8700 Lbs w 140 gal fuel.Good Luck.
kingfish posted 07-21-2002 06:43 AM ET (US)     Profile for kingfish  Send Email to kingfish     
I thought this was my friend Don McIntyre, whose boats, some of which appear in Cetacea and all of which have been named, "Whitewater", looking for yet another boat...


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