Been lurking long time, and haven't posted in ages. Old screen name 'OtherScott' from previous board.
Anyhow, was at Kemah boardwalk on Sunday with family. Wife saw a beautiful boat and pointed to it. Knew that it was yours from a distance as SeeVees aren't too popular outside of Florida. Man what a beauty! First one that I have seen that's not a complete open fisherman. If it fishes as well as it looks, the tarpon are in trouble. If I were doing the new boat thing (dreaming right now, need the kids to get a couple years older), I would be leaning towards a cat, Renaissance Prowler to be exact, but for a monohull the SeeVee would top my list.
Got to ask you though, that thing can do alot more than Tarpon fishing, are you planning more offshore stuff with it based here? Tuna, Marlin or just bottom fish? Is it trailerable (e.g. LA for Tarpon or now I guess Tarpon and Tuna)?
In any case congrats on the new boat.
Hope to post a bit more in coming months. Will be fishing 'the big tourney' in Boca Grande at end month with wife and friends. It will be tough fishin live bait only as I am a jigger at heart, but you gotta do what you gotta do. IU'll try to post any info that I can.
Its about 34.5 feet long, about 10 feet wide, draws 3 feet, has twin 370hp Yanmars, cruises 27-30 knots, outriggers, center rigger, 250 gallons of fuel, range approx. 300 miles-- loaded with all the electronics you could want. Been in the water a lot lately. Going fishing soon, now that I figured out all the bells and whistles.