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    Default Weldcraft cuddy king

    This looks like a nice one, especially if you are partial to Weldcrafts like I am.
    http://weldcraftmarine.com/pdf/WC_Cuddy_King.pdf
    Last edited by trapperbob; 05-19-2010 at 22:44.

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    Default dang

    yup, and i gave my money to glacier craft for a 2+ year wait. wish i had seen this one sooner.

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    Thumbs up Nice boat

    That boat looks like a dandy.

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    Default fishing room

    Seems a bit anemic on the fishing room in the stern, but most seaworthy!

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    Default Sweet

    looks alot like the north river, just a little nicer!

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    Me likes. What does that retail for with all the options - gotta have all the options......

    (at least a man can dream!)

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    Looks like they finally got serious and put in a self-bailing back deck. I'm not a fan of the giant aquarium windows - large window area is the last thing you want when the weather goes south.

    But the self-bailing deck is a quantum leap past Hewes, for example.

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    Looks nice, still like the Glacier Craft better.
    ... aboard the 'Memory Maker' Making Memories one Wave at a Time!

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    Default nice

    yup, glacier craft is nice boat, if you dont want on the water for a couple years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bottomfeeder View Post
    yup, glacier craft is nice boat, if you dont want on the water for a couple years.
    Worth the wait. I have talked to a few builders that are at least a year and a half out. Pretty standard anymore for a custom built boat. GC builds a great product. And they are right down the street so you get to see the whole process unfold. I haven't met any people yet that have any complaints about the boat.

    I am tired of cookie cutter boats that you can't customize that seem like everything needs tweeked alittle to really be setup right.

    I agree with the above comment that Weldcraft is making strides past Hewes just by offering a self bailing deck, that is my biggest complaint in my Hewes.

    Me, I am happy just to be in line for a Glacier Craft....

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