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    Just in case some of you didn't get to see this just wanted to share the new member to the Ultra line up.





    If swimming is so good for your figure, how do you explain whales?

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    Wow! Looks great;

    The design reminds me of a 40 ft. Skater without the engine scoops and the transom extensions. [This is intended as a compliment .]

    I believe this model is getting some HUGE power initially with customer choices on later models.

    Thank you for posting!

    Congratulations, to the team at Ultra who worked at producing an awesome final product.

    Note:Nice photos as always Strippoker.

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    Really nice... Sure winner... Congrats to the Ultra Team...!!!
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    That is one phenomenal boat,
    Thanks to John and the team at Ultra to allow us folks who would never get a chance to see a boat go from concept to realiity to follow this build!

    Great looking boat John!
    Cannot wait to see it on the water.

    Hopefully by 09?! Looking at the 26' Stealth...

    See you at the boat show.
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    one of the interior layout I will try to post up some more soon.
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    If swimming is so good for your figure, how do you explain whales?

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    some questions...where is the break line (not sure what its called) going to go between the top piece of the mold and the bottom piece of the mold? Is there going to be a rubrail or are all of the 32's going to be fully capped? i've heard that this is a pretty wide boat. is it wide enough that it will require a wide load permit to transport? is it 32 feet from the tip of the nose to the back of the tale or to the transom? how far does the tail stick out from the back of the transom? the pictures could be deceiving as it looks like a couple feet. and finally, how far do you think the top of the tail will sit from the water when the boat is just floating? curious as to how far one will need to climb to get out of the water onto the back of the boat.

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    Yes any boat over 8' 6'' wide requires a permit to tow. Maybe the people who buy them will put them on a tilt trailer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John. View Post
    some questions...where is the break line (not sure what its called) going to go between the top piece of the mold and the bottom piece of the mold? Is there going to be a rubrail or are all of the 32's going to be fully capped? i've heard that this is a pretty wide boat. is it wide enough that it will require a wide load permit to transport? is it 32 feet from the tip of the nose to the back of the tale or to the transom? how far does the tail stick out from the back of the transom? the pictures could be deceiving as it looks like a couple feet. and finally, how far do you think the top of the tail will sit from the water when the boat is just floating? curious as to how far one will need to climb to get out of the water onto the back of the boat.
    Not to pick on anyone but maybe this could help someone since this is a boating forum: http://www.boatingbasicsonline.com/c...oating/3_1.php
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    It's OK John., I'm pretty sure we all understood what you meant. I think I would have had a harder time understanding the question if you did use the correct terminology.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John. View Post
    some questions...where is the break line (not sure what its called) going to go between the top piece of the mold and the bottom piece of the mold? Is there going to be a rubrail or are all of the 32's going to be fully capped? i've heard that this is a pretty wide boat. is it wide enough that it will require a wide load permit to transport? is it 32 feet from the tip of the nose to the back of the tale or to the transom? how far does the tail stick out from the back of the transom? the pictures could be deceiving as it looks like a couple feet. and finally, how far do you think the top of the tail will sit from the water when the boat is just floating? curious as to how far one will need to climb to get out of the water onto the back of the boat.
    A lot of the boats will be capped. I will try to find the picture of the bond line placement. so you can see where the rub rail will be placed on the boats that aren't getting capped. The boats beam is 10'2". In California it will require a $150 permit per year. I am not sure about the fee for other states. The boat measures 34' from the tip of the sponsons to the center rear of the drive cover. The center section of the drive cover measures 34" and the sides measure 24". The overall running surface of the boat is just over 31'. We won't know how high the boat is going to sit until we get one on the water. The center section of the drive cover will have a built in retractable ladder, so boarding should be easy.

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    I can't wait to ride in one of these, preferably to Catalina doing 100

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    Can't wait to see it finished....
    Rack em'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny West View Post
    A lot of the boats will be capped. I will try to find the picture of the bond line placement. so you can see where the rub rail will be placed on the boats that aren't getting capped. The boats beam is 10'2". In California it will require a $150 permit per year. I am not sure about the fee for other states. The boat measures 34' from the tip of the sponsons to the center rear of the drive cover. The center section of the drive cover measures 34" and the sides measure 24". The overall running surface of the boat is just over 31'. We won't know how high the boat is going to sit until we get one on the water. The center section of the drive cover will have a built in retractable ladder, so boarding should be easy.
    all very good info. thanks John. New question...while watching the Howard video posted yesterday, they had made mention of the sides of the howard being straight and smooth with no waves and that it is difficult to do this. My boat is also very straight and smooth with no waves. does it get more difficult to maintain this smoothness as the boat gets larger? Is the straightness due to a good mold? or good glasswork? does infusing help with making it straighter with no waves?

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    Quote Originally Posted by John. View Post
    all very good info. thanks John. New question...while watching the Howard video posted yesterday, they had made mention of the sides of the howard being straight and smooth with no waves and that it is difficult to do this. My boat is also very straight and smooth with no waves. does it get more difficult to maintain this smoothness as the boat gets larger? Is the straightness due to a good mold? or good glasswork? does infusing help with making it straighter with no waves?
    All points you mention help as well as staying in the mold as long as possible. That is what I have learned, but JW would probably answer that better for you.

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