- Feb 19, 2019
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Hull #5 is coming along. The first few pics is taping, spraying, and some of our infusions steps on the deck.
The Center Console was put on hold to get the M-37R all done. We are still continuing on this venture and will be another 18-24 months.You guys are killing it with the 37'R's. Just curious where are you on the Center Console
Dang, just look at that engineering.... somebody went to school to come up with that design. How that goes down the road with a heavy boat loaded and doesn't tip is beyond wonder. That'd be so cool to see the load testing they did in experimental stages.This build is progressing nicely and should be done in the next few weeks. Excited to show it off in April at the events on the MYCO "gooseneck" tilt. This will be getting the Adrenaline upgrades like the others. View attachment 985582 View attachment 985583 View attachment 985584 View attachment 985585
Give me a call and I would love to explain. 619.442.0300Great workmanship Tony..... I'd like to hear your thoughts on how these boats handle in offshore conditions? I went on your site and see you go 30-44' and are all in on cat hulls now. I seem to recall vee bottoms in DCB past if correct. Please give me your thoughts on the difference in handling characteristics dealing with ocean conditions off Cali coast. Thank you.
HeHe, I bet you would Tony...... truth be told I'm afraid to call .... I fear I'd be taking out a second on one of my buildings at the end of that convo. Plus, I've attempted to get my head around being in a seated position while running offshore and I just don't get that. "Swell Jumper" will be name of my next toy. I see these things as an extension of my horse and dirt biking as a youngster..... when conditions are right we move as one. I'm sure you understand.Give me a call and I would love to explain. 619.442.0300