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Old 07-02-2001
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Which is the best 35'''' catamaran?

I know it''s a loaded question but...

A friend of mine is in the market for a starter multihull Catamaran. He''ll be using in the Naples area. Would like a 35'' footer or a good size to use as possible summer hide out. Have looked at victorycatamarans.com but has nothing to compare it with. What are his best options.
Have read some postings on multihull. Can anyone list which are the brands and how they compare as far of top-line or production runs?

Thanks.
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Which is the best 35'''' catamaran?

For what it is worth....... he might want to look at the Endeavour Cats.... they have a website www.endeavourcats.com Also...what your freind might find interesting is that Endeavour''s shop in Clearwater/St Pete also builds the Victory Cats. So they come out of the same plant. The Endeavour is 36''. There is also the Gemini 105 which is about 35'' long. It is built up in the Annapols area. The have a website also but I don''t have the url.

There are other cats out there as well, so he has some investigating to do.
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