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AQUANUT posted 07-21-2004 09:22 PM ET (US)   Profile for AQUANUT   Send Email to AQUANUT  
Our whaler rep called us and faxed us data sheets on the new eastport from savannah, georgia show today...

boss ordered 2...with 150 opti and optional 200hp

interesting walk arround.
there is a sneak preview on

I read the options data o man

Moe posted 07-21-2004 09:26 PM ET (US)     Profile for Moe  Send Email to Moe     
By "man o man" you mean there's a lot of expensive add-ons that are going to put the real-world nicely-equipped price well above the $42,000 base price?

rtk posted 07-21-2004 09:46 PM ET (US)     Profile for rtk  Send Email to rtk     
I hope the boat does well, looks like a nice package. The 20' to 23' walkaround boat is very popular in my area. I think it satisfies both the family need and the fishing need, a nice happy middle. If the family is on your side with regards to a boat purchase then life is good.

Can't wait to see it. Appreciate the inside info : ) .

It is a lot of money for a 21' boat. I shopped alot of boats in the 21' range new and used before I purchased my 1997 21 Outrage. For new "par" built boats they were in the $20,000 to $30,000 range. For the "well" constructed boats $30,000 to $40,000 was not uncommon. The boats with an excellent reputation for quality such as Boston Whaler and Grady White were typically $40,000 +.

Seems to be the market. There are some great used boats out there but there still is nothing like a brandy-new boat!


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