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    ecause 2018 has arrived, and "The List" still tells no lies............

    Fastest SOB Hulls Available For Purchase New In 2018....All Boats Powered with a stock Mercury 300XS (306HP and 6400RPM Limiter)

    #1 Tuff 21 kevlar hull-890lbs – 20’8” Long, 7’7” Beam - 22 degree deadrise + 7 1/2" pad
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    #2 Bernico F2 21 standard hull-727lbs–21’4” Long, 6’3” Beam - 24 degree deadrise + 14” pad -- Confirmed 98.1MPH Driver Dave Van Steelant (550lb s3000 385hp 103.1)
    #3 Progression 22 standard hull-948lbs – 22’1”Long, 7’8” Beam - 24 degree variable deadrise + 7" pad -- Confirmed 94MPH Driver goneby
    #4 Sutphen 21 standard hull-1325lbs–20’9” Long, 7’2”Beam - 20 degree variable deadrise + 3" pad -- Assumed 88MPH Driver Unknown (525 I/O heavy layup ran GPS 93.4)
    #5 Nordic Crossfire 21 & SR-21 standard hull-1475lbs – 21’ Long, 7’1” Beam - 18 degree deadrise + 9" pad -- Confirmed 86MPH Driver wildone

    And the fastest of the no longer produced hulls....with power noted below

    #1 2002 Intimidator 21 -- Deadrise=22 Degrees + 6" pad. Confirmed 100MPH – Stock Merc 15” 300X(325HP) - Driver Trimmed Out15
    #2 1986 Superboat 21 Classic -- Deadrise=22 Degrees + 6" pad. Confirmed 97MPH - Stock Merc 20” 300X(325HP)- Driver hoser
    #3 1985 Velocity 22 Stepp -- “Old Style Deck” Deadrise=22 Degrees + 12" pad. Confirmed 95MPH – Stock Merc 300X(325HP)- Driver B kNo023
    #4 1976 Challenger 21 -- Hull 1350lbs Deadrise=21.5 Degrees. Confirmed 90MPH - Yamaha 250HPDI Phase III (326HP) - Driver Jamescole
    #5 2012 Velocity US 220 -- Hull-1895lbs – 21’6” Long, 7’11” Beam - 22 degree deadrise + 12" pad. Confirmed 84.8MPH – Merc 300XS - Driver aaronmt73
    #6 1990 Activator 21 -- Hull 1475lbs Deadrise=22 Degrees + 5 1/2" pad. Confirmed 84MPH – Stock Yamaha250 Ox66 (256HP) - Driver dnelson964


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    Just saw that Predator Powerboats purchased the Intimidator molds and will be building some 21s that might break onto this list.

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    The best way to predict the future is to invent it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF View Post
    Just saw that Predator Powerboats purchased the Intimidator molds and will be building some 21s that might break onto this list.
    Outstanding news, the 6th slot is open and waiting in 2018

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    Boat pictured ran right at 100 with the X so an XS should not be too far off.
    The best way to predict the future is to invent it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF View Post
    Boat pictured ran right at 100 with the X so an XS should not be too far off.
    Build it and they will come

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    Funny, the European hulls are generally much narrower than the U.S. versions. The Bernicos, Phantoms, Chaudrons, Graunners, etc, run small beams.
    The best way to predict the future is to invent it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg G View Post
    Build it and they will come
    I agree and the construction methods will be improved on from past methods as well.
    The best way to predict the future is to invent it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF View Post
    Funny, the European hulls are generally much narrower than the U.S. versions. The Bernicos, Phantoms, Chaudrons, Graunners, etc, run small beams.
    The Tuff 24 is narrower too, I also expect it to be at the top of this list this year by a significant margin
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    Quote Originally Posted by RBT View Post
    The Tuff 24 is narrower too, I also expect it to be at the top of this list this year by a significant margin
    I agree on both points.
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    The new Nitra 22 footer from Sweden uses a super narrow 5' 7" beam and clocked 78mph when tested with a 200hp G2.
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    I'm not sure what a 200 and 78mph would translate into with a stock 300XS and Sporty but always good to see new innovations in a rough water SOB.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EF1rI4mqFJ8

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pvz5bVMPO4s

    Second video rough translation, it's 26 degrees out and I'm running my Nitra
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    The Swedes are not afraid to pack a lot into a little.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UeWx_Zgpkv8&t=5s

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    Hey Greg your list needs updating. Bens boat has a confirmed 97.1 this fall. As I see it his boat should be # 2 on that list.

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    Brought my 1992 Superboat to Florida this winter with every intention of making it on the list sometime between now and April

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    Hot humid air....
    Wont go as fast as it does up north

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