smile0784 wrote:yepi'mon wrote:frozenpod wrote:Based on those boats you must have plenty of storage space and height.
Cruise Crafts make decent boats but like the haines hunter they have a price premium beyond there value IMO. Just be aware that cruise crafts were called bruise crafts for good reason they are not know for being the best riding hulls.
I would also look at haines signature.
I am very fond of the whittley SL22. The new volvo motor setup is brilliant and the value for money is excellent.
Thanks mate. We will be putting a gate in the fence and storing it in the yard. Height won't be an issue which is good.
I've done a bit of research on them and haven't read bad comments yet...... which is why I'm asking here!
Any other suggestion's on lower cost hull's of the same vintage that might ride just as well?
Also will you have enough turning room for backing in?
Yeah turning room won't be a problem as it's more of a pull up and reverse with a slight kink in the line (if that makes sense)... as opposed to pull up and spin the trailer around into the driveway.