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    Default Who else makes the pontoon/deck type jet boats?

    I remember seeing this fiberglass pontoon jet boat at the Riviera in Blythe a couple of years ago and it was an "Ozark" with a Berk. jet on it. I also saw one called a "Spyder". They looked pretty roomy and actually kind of cool except for the small block in each. One had a chevy 350 and the other a Ford 351 (this is not a debate over engines).

    1. Anyone know what other manufacturers made those type of boats?

    2. Unrelated Deck boat question: I know Ultra and Placecraft make the 21'-22' jet deck boats. Is anyone else making the smaller deck boats?

    PS. I am not talking about the Sea Doo / Yamaha / Sea Ray's, etc.
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    I dont recall anyone else in that size boat, huh, youda thought that there were more of em out there?
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    I agree, the only two I've seen is the 21 ultra and the placecraft. Placecrafts website says they make a 23' but I could have sworn they made a 22' before. Does anyone know if they made a smaller deck boat?

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    this is the only other one I have seen, not really a deck but


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    Is that a tunnel hull jet bass boat

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    Hurricane (Sp.) makes one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mcintyrelocal View Post
    Hurricane (Sp.) makes one.
    Yes, a friend had one w/ a BBC.


    Probablecause you may want to post the question over on Greg Shoemakers thread he has more than likley seen quite a few.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TahitiRat View Post
    Is that a tunnel hull jet bass boat
    Yup ... sure does look like one ...

    looks like Liberator took the Daytona splash and made a bass boat out of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by TahitiRat View Post
    Is that a tunnel hull jet bass boat
    yeah you can get it with jet, outboard (yuck)

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