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  • MN Ryan
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    Originally posted by NautiqueJeff View Post
    We had a rare 70-degree day here today! Couldn't not take it for a ride.
    It was -9 F when I got up today. Sigh...

    Enjoy!

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  • shag
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    That boat is super cool Jeff!

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  • NautiqueJeff
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    We had a rare 70-degree day here today! Couldn't not take it for a ride.

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  • MN Ryan
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    That's not helping my winter blues.

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  • NautiqueJeff
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    Cruising in the Sea Nautique today...

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  • srock
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    Originally posted by SilentSeven View Post
    Interesting for boat of this size to have an above water exhaust. How loud is she?
    Should be out of the water and definitely when running.

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  • shag
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    WoW! It's not that bad at all.. How cool!

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  • NautiqueJeff
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    Here are some cabin pictures. I hadn't taken any until today. Figured I should document the "before".

    The center cushion section raises up and there's a table under the cushion.

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  • NautiqueJeff
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    Yep. The boat originally called the Sea Nautique (in 1983) was a Fish Nautique with a pilot house. Here's some info:

    https://www.planetnautique.com/Corre...eaNautique.jpg

    There was one for sale last year in Washington state that I almost bought. Getting that boat to NC was too much of a pain though.

    In 1983, when the boat now known as the Sea Nautique was first produced, they called it the Fishing Cuddy, and the Sea Nautique was the Fish Nautique with the pilot house. In 1984, they changed the Fishing Cuddy to the Sea Nautique name.

    Then, to confuse things even more, there was a Cuddy Nautique offered that is a Fish Nautique with a top deck that was built down the street from the factory at Regal. That was the Fish Nautique with the cuddy cabin.

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  • gary s
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    As an owner of a competitors (Shamrock) boat and several Correct Crafts I always enjoyed talking to Art Cozier at the Astor river runs. What he said applied to the Fish's but would really hit home here. A Fish he said would take up the production area of 2 Nautiques. I'm guessing this one would take 3-4 with all the hatches,railings,tanks,refrigerators etc. He mentioned that their dealer network was not geared up or located in areas that these boats market was. Being they had poor sales,took up floor space and man power from the high selling and profit Nautiques they were dropped. He also said that there were a couple of Fish's built with pilot houses which were said to look like a boat with a telephone booth put on it.

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  • NautiqueJeff
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    Went through some of the paperwork that came with the boat today.

    Found a Sea Nautique brochure and the order sheet that I posted earlier.

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  • gary s
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    Every boat out of the Orange Ave plant was either owned by a Meloon or a Cypress Gardens boat ......
    Last edited by gary s; 12-14-2021, 03:09 PM.

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  • shag
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    I heard this may have been the owner of Correct Craft's boat at one time (new). This would be a great big lake boat for sure!

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  • wayoutthere
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    If you think it's old, stretched out and some parts have shrunk now Wait till you get older

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  • SilentSeven
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    oooo. right. how silly of me.

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