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    Default 20 and 21' day and mini day cruisers

    I'm looking to go a bit larger, but I still want a jet to run my section of the river. Who knows a good 20 or 21 jet? Speed is not a big concern, just needs to handle chop and have room. Pics too if ya got 'em.

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    Very partials to 20's My OP there seems to be a significant difference from a 20'mini to a full cruiser Granted its a Vdrive but my 20' runs and handles very well , takes PM chop and wakes well and never feels slugish Tom

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    good choice love my 20.5 ft. mini daycruiser its a jet and open bow which gives you alot of seating room
    proud to be slough crew member

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    I'd love a 20 open bow. The Circus boat has spoiled me, but it's 18' and there are some days that a larger hull would be a lot better.

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    tried to sell mine this summer wanted an I/O open bow but was a no sell then went to the mendota slough and found a great bunch of folks that
    like jet boats
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    Our family cruiser works pretty well, 21' Ultimate/Warlock. Granted not a rocket on water but handles the wakes well and seats 10. Of course still have the Flatty if i feel the need for speed.

    Ya' i know its pink! She loves it.



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    I know this may be too big, but Glastron built a Carlson Daycruiser that was equal to a 21 footer but is 23 with the swim platform, which is molded in; Although G/C never built boats a lite as the racing hulls, their CV-23 is prbably lighter than most 21' daycruisers, which are usually heavy layups- Don't think this means it's a weak hull...Glastron is well known as having the most advanced manufacturing processes. My 1977 CVX-20 has a computer card under the dash that had colors and fiberglass schedule. The styling is wild and I believe from what I've read that they perform well even with the stock 460/Berkeley...and it can be bumped up. Check it out at ClassicGlastron "Years" 1978-1982.

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    There is Hallet sport cruiser on craigslist in Phoenix

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    My '74 Schiada is in the boat spam section.
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    I really like my 21 Sanger with the Jet, It handles nicely, and is a breeze to drive. Great Hulls!
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    Default look at " Xtreme 1 "Bahner in the spam section

    seen in person,super clean ,runs strong and he selling cheap 20.5'

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    I have 20' Cole ss open bow 454 jet. I bought it last year for the same reasons as you. It has lived up to a my expectations. Still needs a little work to get it perfect for me. It handles rough water suprisingly well. I have learned to relax on rough water. WIFE and kids love boat. Still has great speed potential .Looks good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cole ss View Post
    I have 20' Cole ss open bow 454 jet. I bought it last year for the same reasons as you. It has lived up to a my expectations. Still needs a little work to get it perfect for me. It handles rough water suprisingly well. I have learned to relax on rough water. WIFE and kids love boat. Still has great speed potential .Looks good.
    Do you have a pic of it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by slowride View Post
    I'm looking to go a bit larger, but I still want a jet to run my section of the river. Who knows a good 20 or 21 jet? Speed is not a big concern, just needs to handle chop and have room. Pics too if ya got 'em.
    Sounds like you need a 21 TPR deck. Tunnel handles the chop awesome. Tons of room for the kids, bbq and stuff. Pulls wakeboard no problem.


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