Posted by Steve on May 11, 2006 at 23:37:15:
In Reply to: Re: Sea Ark 2072 or 1872 ....best route for big catfish rig?? posted by Mike Mitchell on May 11, 2006 at 19:46:05:
Mike, I found this on the net after reading your post. Good grief!!!! a 24 footer??? Something tells me this is the SeaArk 2472:
SeaArk Boats, of Monticello Arkansas, recently introduced a new model to their line of all-welded boats. The "Big Daddy" is the largest Vee-bottom model in SeaArk's line-up of heavy gauge aluminum boats from 14 to 24 feet in length.
The "Big Daddy" is a 24-footer with a 95" beam and a 72" bottom width. Available with either a side or center console, the new model features a 15 degree Vee-hull for rough water applications and was designed for waters such as large rivers, lakes, and bays. Other design elements of SeaArk's "Big Daddy" include a low bow deck, a .125 gauge floor, and a 25-inch transom.
Additional standard items on the "Big Daddy" include a 60-gallon livewell, a 50-gallon fuel tank, 10-gallon baitwell, rear seat storage box with upholstered seating, zolotone interior, navigation lights, trolling motor wiring, bilge pump, and storage on the bow and rear decks.
Rated for up to a 225 hp engine, the "Big Daddy" attained speeds in excess of 60 mph during pre-market testing*.
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