Questions and answers

Are Sea Fox Boats any good?

Are Sea Fox Boats any good?

Overall, the Sea Fox 257 CC is a great boat for the price. It will get you to the fishing grounds and back, fishes comfortably, and has enough features to keep the family happy on a day cruise. There aren’t many 25′ center consoles you can buy for under $50,000 that will do that.

Where are Sea Fox boats made?

Charleston, SC
Sea Fox Boats | Hand-Crafted Saltwater Boats Built in Charleston, SC.

Who makes sea era boats?

Johnson Boat Works Inc.
The Sea Era is a 45-foot custom sportfisherman designed and constructed by Captain Dean Johnson and his boat building business, Johnson Boat Works Inc. Johnson Boat Works is located in Wanchese on Roanoke Island on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.

Is Robalo a good boat?

Robalo is considered to be a mid-tier brand of boat. In terms of cost, though, they are acclaimed to have superior construction, fit and finish. They are heavier than most similarly-priced boats, but this results from their heavier construction and contributes to a smoother ride.

Where are legacy boats made?

Fairport Ohio
Present day Legacy In 2010 Tartan acquired Legacy and moved the Legacy 32 and 42 molds and tooling to its Fairport Ohio manufacturing facility. With the marine industry still recovering from the effects of the Great Recession, Legacy remained out of production until 2013/2014 when the first new Legacy, a 32 was built.

Where are sea born boats made?

CRI’s, skiffs, flats boats, center consoles and bay boats are manufactured in Blackshear, Georgia and distributed through a network of marine dealers which span the Southeast, Northeast, Gulf States and Central Texas.

Are Robalo boats high end?

Our first boat was a 19-foot center console saltwater fishing boat, among the first of its type of boat to have an unsinkable hull. Today, Robalo is a premium-quality line of outboard-powered bay boats, center console, dual console and walkaround cabin-style sport fishing boats.

Do heavier boats ride better?

A heavier boat is more comfortable in any kind of chop, easier on the crew and, chances are, not much slower at cruise speeds. Top speed is nice for bragging rights, but most of the time even a fire-breathing raceboat is throttled back. We’d opt for a heavier, more comfortable boat.

Is a 12 foot boat too small?

As long as you don’t try to get too far from a dock or try to venture the turbulent waters at Bonneville or the ocean or Buoy 10, I think a smaller 12+ foot or so boat would be fine. Also, have an electric motor and oars as a back up. Also, a small boat is good for one to three people.