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    Looks really nice. Looks like it has a small cabin which keeps the wife and kid happy. Hopefully they come out with a cool looking hard top for some coverage.

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    It has nice lines.

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    It does have nice lines. What "hull" design did this originate from, I forget?

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    Wow, that is a nice looking set up. Cabin is icing on the cake for sure.

    What is the beam on this hull?
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    Curious how that swim platform will look cut out for an outboard

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    Nice looking boat, but whoever designed those drain channels/rope outlets for the anchor locker should be fired.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XstreamVking View Post
    Nice looking boat, but whoever designed those drain channels/rope outlets for the anchor locker should be shot.
    Why?

    Is this boat 29 feet with or without the swim deck .
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    Since the platform is part of the mold it’s more than likely included in the LOA.
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    They look terrible. imo Any way BUT putting big slots in the deck would be better. Even my homemade boats have a better solution to the problem of draining water and routing the rope out with the hatch closed. One of my pet peeves I guess. It's just been done the easiest way design wise. You like the way it looks? BTW merry Christmas Cuda......

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    nice looking boat
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    Wonder what the weight diff will be. Cause doubt a kryptonite would run great w a single n that was without the platform maybe the 400 an sb making it lighter will change that it does look good in black but let’s see the sport model w twins. That would b a hot set up but can it w done w that swim platform? There was at least 1 29 deck boat w twins put 300s on it n see if u can get in the 90s the 30 did w 24 degree Deadrise. Looks great in black. Woulda looked better w black bottom n white sides or all black but it’s boat 1 hopefully there’s more to come hopefully there’s buyers that realize these boats blow away asembly line boats.
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    I feel a twin 250XS package would be awesome package reasonably price motor and the plus side they come with good warranty.
    The single 400 should perform well especially if you are not looking or have the need to run real fast....MPO.

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    I also like the 250XS, but does the 250XS come in counter rotation?

    If not, how do people get around installing counter rotating lower units?





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    Quote Originally Posted by FUJIMO View Post
    It does have nice lines. What "hull" design did this originate from, I forget?
    These are the Kryptonite molds. The 27 and 29 Kryptonite are identical hull. The only difference is the 29 (LOA) had the extended swim platform and was an IO configuration where the 27 with flat transom was rigged with OB's more often. Kryptonite also made a couple 27 CC's. It's great to see John had the foresight to resurrect a classic Long Island design.
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