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Hi I’m looking to buy this boat but wasn’t sure on what type of hull this is. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks!
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Ok awesome thanks for you response. I live in the gulf coast of Florida and will be using the boat for some inshore fishing for fish in the flats and around docks. The boat also comes with a 20hp 2 stroke mercury tiller, trolling motor, and trailer for $900. Do you think this is worth it for the price? Thanks again!With only the two pics to work from - it's a basic tri-hull (lots and lots of them around - relatively cheap to make and sell...). Here are the advantages... very stable at rest, will accomodate a family of four, and needs small power to scoot along... The disadvantages? Will beat you badly running in a chop and usually they're pretty wet riding... and like most you'll find it not easy to sell once you need to...
Not a bad first boat if you can live with it -particularly in sheltered waters for stuff like bass fishing or working medium sized creeks and rivers - not a boat you'd want to pole very much and fairly shallow draft -but not shallow enough for sight fishing... Will fish the best with a good trolling motor...
Many, many of us started out with a tri-hull of some kind but moved to something a bit better once we learned its limitations...
Hope this helps - aren't boats fun?