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Nauticat 43
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Description: Nauticat 43
Keywords: Nauticat 43
 


Author
garrens
Junior Member

Registered: December 2003
Posts: 1
Review Date: Tue August 31, 2004 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
Pros:
Cons:

Big, roomy, comforatable cruiser. Blue water capable, she sails well in 10 kn or more. Unlike many older, traditional Nauticats, the 40 and 43 were designed by Sparkman and Stevens as sailors and they do.

The NC43 has much more room than the 44 which is strange but true.

The standard 90 hp or optional 135 Ford Lehman will take her anywhere. 250 gal of fuel and 220 gal of water support her wandering ability.

Nauticat is still in business so there is great factory support. There is also an active owners group. See www.nauticatowners.com or the Nauticat group on Yahoo.
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