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    Default Domn8ers all new 22' deck boat

    Check out the all new 22' deck boat by Domn8er Power Boats. Brand new tooling which makes our 22’ deck boat unlike any other 22' deck boat in the industry.

    We started by making a scaled down model of the boat

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    Thats how we got our all new 22' deck boat mold.


    Aggressive bottom, Sleek lines, 8 1/2' beam, True rear entry, Seats 8-10 passengers, Great riding boat.

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    Base model: Mercruiser 350 Mag 300hp, Bravo one drive, Stainless steel prop, Zero effort controls, Billet hardware, Front shower, Interior lighting, Any design up to three colors, Custom interior to match, Competitive tandem axle trailer, Electric hatch, Electric fuel tank selector, Built in ice chest, Full inner liner. Built for speed and made to last........

    $56.995
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    What type of hull is this? A Cat?
    No Fool Like A Old Fool is there?
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    Default Yes its pretty much a cat with an open deck and a floor

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    What type of hull is this? A Cat?
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    Thats a beautiful boat. I recently got to spend some time in person with a ~28' domn8er deck, red/white and had a 625 ilmor in it. I was very impressed with the boat. This 22 looks amazing!!
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    How much does it draft?
    My wife aand I were on our way to see it and it was headed out for a test , beautiful boat.
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    Default Nice!!!

    Very cool boat! What would it cost as a bare hull? Or if I supplied the motor and drive?

    Just curious have you ran one with big power yet?
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    Default Re: 22' Domn8er with Big Power?

    We have yet to install anything bigger than a 502 HO, however we have hit speeds of 75 MPH. The hull would handle a 625 +. Pricing would depend on how big your engine is. ie, hydralic steering, mufflers and ect... The hull and trailer complete with upgraded gauges would run approximately $39,995.00............
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    Quote Originally Posted by DOMN8ER View Post
    We have yet to install anything bigger than a 502 HO, however we have hit speeds of 75 MPH. The hull would handle a 625 +. Pricing would depend on how big your engine is. ie, hydralic steering, mufflers and ect... The hull and trailer complete with upgraded gauges would run approximately $39,995.00............
    I like the price. I would want more than 625 though. Would the hull handle around 1000hp, 120+?
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    Default New 22' deck boat

    Does it come in an outboard model? A 250 or 300 whacker should push it very nicely.
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    Default 1000hp? 120+?

    Yes this hull will handle 1000hp. Keep in mind this is only a 22' boat with that being said could it run 120mph? I'm sure it could under the right conditions.
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    Default 22' Deck Boat with an outboard motor?

    If you prefer an outboard motor thats not a problem. We would be more than happy to build you one with an outboard.
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    Couple questions a boat of this size where would one want to go with it. Is this more of a river boat for Blythe, Parker or can you run this on the bigger lakes Havasu say on the weekend.. If you set it up with outboards for the river do you think a single Verado 350 SCi would give you 70 MPH or do you think a boat of this size could be rigged with twin 250 or 300HP Verado's or would that require major rework on the back end? Great looking deck boat by far better looking the the Shockwave or Ultra Deck IMO
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    Default Outboard motors and where to go boating

    I wish I had an answer for all your questions but to be truthful I dont. We just came out with the 22' deck boat and we just started on the second one. We have yet to build one with an outboard so I dont honestly know what kind of numbers it would get. When we tooled this boat the thought of twin outboards never even crossed our mind. For that type of application it would require so much modifying it wouldnt be worth it to even try.

    We went out for a few test runs last August (on the weekend) and there was no issues whatsoever. With the 8 1/2' beam along with the extra wide sponsoms it really was quit stable. Theres really no other deck boats this size that you can compare it to.

    When we sell a couple more of these i will be able to give you better answers to your questions. I just want to keep everything real and be truthful about everything i say.
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    How about a jet drive?
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