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Trailer and trailer parts

This one is from EZ Loader. The boxed channel frame has 16 rollers for trailer parts at the back with 8 rollers trailer parts towards the middle. The trailer rollers give support based on their number in a given area.

Bryant 233 Boat

What makes a Bryant boat? It’s the performance on the water.

How does this boat builder do it? A hand laid fiberglass stringer system and a molded hand laid fiberglass cockpit sole all added into a hand laid hull AND hand laid deck in a unique hull shape with a unique balance point.

Note, there is no chopper gun in the Bryant plant. All the parts of the boat are built using layers built up of dry-laid cloth and hand brushed-in resin which is then combined into a solid unit in the boat, not in the air as thin string glass hairs and air-gun blown resin does that builds far too much weight without enough strength. Visit the plant like I did for yourself

On the water she is more than precision sharp in turns, solid like a fine German car over wakes (all that hand-laid stuff) and quick up on a level-riding plane (the attention to hull design and care in setting the balance point). Take a ride and feel no shake as you cross a wake.

Are they sharp looking boats? Yes, with more color lines and accent stripes built into the fiberglass hull. Like a high priced ski or wakeboard boat, Mr. Joe insists that all of the base color, accent bands, and pin stripe details are built into the gelcoat…not added on top of that gelcoat with last minute tape. Run your finger over the color edges and feel that built into the gelcoat construction detail at a boat show. Fine seating and a upscale helm station coupled with the better engine controls adds to the image of a fine, hand crafted boat.

How does seabuddy like to see a 233 model equipped? With a Mercury Mercruiser Alpha One drive (the fastest top speed family drive on the market) with a V-6 Mercury MerCruiser Multisport Injection (MPI) inboard outboard (Sterndrive) Engine of 220 Hp. Why? This boat design and this builder make this boat in such a manner that the two prop drives are not needed. And this power set-up in the 233 allows for saving some dollars on the power package this year that can go into other B-M-T choices. I like a bimini with a full enclosure, bow cover, trailer disc brakes, a swing away trailer tongue, a galvanized trailer dip finish, a trailer spare tire and its mount, and some other options that add to family boating fun.

LOA for the 233 is 23’ 3” with a 8’ 6” beam and she comes with a 42 gallon gas tank.

Perhaps see one for yourself at the Great Upstate Boat Show 3/26-28.

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Photos from Bryant Boats

$12, 450 Boat – Motor – Trailer

Boston Whaler now uses a new hull with 50% more weight , a smoother riding bottom shape, and higher hull sides to reinvent their most popular boat model. The first hull design and weight lasted more than 50 plus years. Now the hard ride is softened and the general family fun factor has increased for all the family boating activities. Look at the new bottom shape at the transom and the bucket seat option over the standard boat bench seat in the deeper cockpit. See five photos here.

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Bay Bridge Boat Show

Excitement is building for the Bay Bridge Boat Show, April 22-25, 2010 at the Bay Bridge Marina in Stevensville, Maryland.