For where I boat (mainly the Columbia River) with the constant changing of the wind and tides, my only regret is that I didn't buy something like this sooner... That all said, I will list it for sale here soon. A member on here has one that I REALLY wanted originally, but is going to take a bit of effort to get the paperwork past the Oregon Marine Board, but I think I am getting that figured out.What are your thoughts so far on the new ride?
The boat planes easier, turns harder, is more stable, and much less windy than the Daytona. I will admit I miss the ease of on/off with the open bow. It is also A LOT of real estate to wipe, wash, wipe, wax, wipe, did I mention wipe? When I sold my Shockwave I swore off ever owning a boat that big again for that reason, well here we go again!
Overall we LOVE it! Super smooth, still runs north of 100 at will, EATS UP the rough water, quiet and not windy behind the windshield (windshield is super clear I might add), and the Alcantara interior is really comfortable and supportive! Although I am not much of a Yellow guy it looks tremendous in the sun! The yellow is full of pearl that really brightens it, the accents are all pearl as well, and I didn't even notice until the other day, there is a bunch of ghost graphic in the background that you don't see until it is in the sun.