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    Donzi classic 22

    I am curious to know .....did it have a small cuddy cabin in the front of donzi. Classic 22 ......i found no pics nor inf about that

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    no cuddy just storage from what i remember when i was a kid..
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    Ok!!! Not a really good family boat.!!??!!?!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by koukrapock View Post
    Ok!!! Not a really good family boat.!!??!!?!!
    No but a really cool boat

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    No cabin, just a small storage space.....not really meant to be a family boat.
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    There really isn't even storage space in a 22 Classic. There is an exposed ski locker in the middle and then two fixed foot rests. It does offer a 24 degree deadrise though. You cannot really even get to the bow area. There are better choices for a go-fast family boat.
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    Find yourself a Howard 220 Offshore. It has a fully accessible front playpen area and is the same size as the Donzi 22 Classic. Here are two pics.
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    On thier site they clam 22* deadrise

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    They do not ride well, rounded bottom. Its a VERY old design
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    You could always get yourself a 22' Progression. It's got a variable deadrise pad bottom (starts at 24 degrees) and a small "playpen" area under the deck that's actually quite usable. Oh, and it rides much better and is faster than the Donzi too.
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    But they are classic and run fairly good in rough water they have a unique ride not the fastest but it's a donzi

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    thats nice
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