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DrZ posted 07-05-2001 03:56 PM ET (US)   Profile for DrZ   Send Email to DrZ  
A couple of years ago I bought this boat used. It is a fantastic boat. Could not be happier with it. I recently found this forum and would like more info on this model, designers,history, ect., also options for repowering. Does anyone have twins on it?
Thanks and keep up this great forum
whalernut posted 07-05-2001 10:37 PM ET (US)     Profile for whalernut  Send Email to whalernut     
Reebock model, Vanlacker design I believe. Heavy boat, very high Center Console, deep-v, not Classic, but should handle the rough water? Regards-Jack Graner.
reelescape1 posted 07-06-2001 07:52 AM ET (US)     Profile for reelescape1  Send Email to reelescape1     
My fishing partner here in Chas. SC has the 93 21 OR, great boat. We typically go 50-60 miles to the stream, fish, and return on the 130 or so gals. w/225. The transom isn't "cut" to accept twins. Not much storage space, but most Whalers don't have it either. The 250 Yamaha would be a good repower choice IMO. With 3 people, full livewell, gear, ice, coolers, etc., the 225 sometimes takes a little extra to get on plane.
DrZ posted 07-06-2001 10:05 AM ET (US)     Profile for DrZ  Send Email to DrZ     
Reelescape1: My boat's transom is cut for twins, no doubt about it and the year is 1994. Great boat but I still have questions. Help.
reelescape1 posted 07-07-2001 08:13 PM ET (US)     Profile for reelescape1  Send Email to reelescape1     
I have a 22' w/twin v-4's, personally...I'm considering repowering now...either 225 yam fi or twin 115 yam 4 strokes...about $4500 additional for the 115's. Lots of xtra $$$!! We ran the boat 111 miles today, got around 1.8-2.2 mpg on 10 yr old rude v-4's...kinda hard to cough up either 14600 or 18k+ for the 115's....my buds 21, the transom is NOT cut for twins. Twins offer a good bit more security,cost a LOT more,more taxes,maintenance, etc....depends on where you fish (boat), your budget, etc. personally, we go 50-60 miles offshore and have done it both ways, single and twins...if you have a fuel problem, guess what, it could effect twins or single.....good luck!
Ed Stone posted 07-07-2001 09:36 PM ET (US)     Profile for Ed Stone  Send Email to Ed Stone     
Hey Drz,
What is the available distance across your
transom to mount outboards? How much hp
are you looking to put back there?
Maybe a pair of 90hp Yamahas if they come
in counter rotating.They should keep you
around the 10k range.
Ed Stone

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