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    Default 32' North River Seahawk OS Sneak Peak

    Heres a few pics of the new North River twin diesel in production. Scheduled for completion in July with an inside passage trip to Valdez.








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    HG, Looks nice. Glen

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    Very nice.
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    Interesting layout of the aft deck. I'm assuming the deck is so high up due to the diesels taking up all the space inside.

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    That is going to be one sweet boat.

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    Looks great...My only question is...Where am I going to be fishing port or starboard side...

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    Default Goes to paint next week.



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    Default Out of paint and heading to rigging.








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    Default A few pic of the rear deck area






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    Beautiful ride....thanks for sharing pics.
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    I am guessing that based on the current pictures the original statement of 'scheduled for completion in July' has been retracted. Will it have Volvo's or another power source? What is the beam on this boat?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jrogers View Post
    I am guessing that based on the current pictures the original statement of 'scheduled for completion in July' has been retracted. Will it have Volvo's or another power source? What is the beam on this boat?
    Unfortunately the vessel was painted and stripped back down twice before they realized they had some bad paint from the supplier. The paint was apparently fish-eyeing. It delayed delivery but will be completed in the next couple weeks. It will be powered with twin HPEP250 diesels w/ bravo II drives. It should perform as my current 30' Almar Sounder with the same power. 33-35mph cruise @ 13-14gph. The beam is 9.5 feet.

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    Wow!!! That is gunna be one badass ride..."fishon"

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    Is this a charter boat or a private boat? What is the expected weight?

    Thanks, very nice looking boat
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    Quote Originally Posted by FISHFACE View Post
    Is this a charter boat or a private boat? What is the expected weight?

    Thanks, very nice looking boat
    This is going to be a private boat but it sure would make a nice charter boat.

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    Nice boat. Is that the ED you bought from me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gundog View Post
    Nice boat. Is that the ED you bought from me?

    Mike
    Yes Mike, it's going to have the electrodyne pot puller I purchased from you.

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    Here's a couple shots of the vessel in rigging.








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    HG, very nice boat. Share with us how you made the decision to go with the North River. I have been considering upgrading my offshore but the more I look at the various manufacturers the more confusing it becomes. How did you find clarity in your decision making?

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