Archive for: February, 2015

**More pictures below**Photos supplémentaire à la fin de l’annonce**   Description Crestliner’s 1750 Fish Hawk is a well-outfitted 18-footer that delivers a dry ride, good performance, and won’t break the bank. If you’re tired of spending more time making money to fish rather than fishing, you’ll have to take a closer look at this model. Le Crestliner 1750 est un excellent rapport qualité prix et très bien reconnu dans les bateaux d’aluminum. Le bateau est très propre… Venir le ...

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**More Pictures coming**Photos supplémentaire bientôt**   Description As Malibu’s flagship ski boat, the Response LXi is built for the slalom devotee who wants a luxury sports car for the water. Not only does its Diamond Cut hull produce one of the smoothest, flattest wakes in the industry, it’s also a mean three-event machine. The fact that world champion Will Asher trains behind the Malibu Response LXi says something about its performance capabilities.   Le LXI est le bateau de “3 ...

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**More pictures at the bottom**Photos supplémentaire à la fin de l’annonce**    Description he appeal of the Axis A22 is easy to see. Take one look at the Axis A22’s utilitarian design and sharp edges and it’s obvious this second-year wakeboard boat is built for no-fuss riding. It doesn’t hurt that the A22 delivers that core wakeboarding look and performance with a solid set of standard features for one of the best values in wakeboarding. The sharp lines of the ...

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**More pictures below/Photos supplémentaire plus bas** Description The SS 210 pontoon boat is the complete pontoon package, featuring premium amenities and lasting durability at an extraordinary value. Every passenger rides in comfort, thanks to plush bow and aft lounge seating and a swiveling captain’s seat. And the SS 210 benefits from superior Lowe construction details, including a full-length keel and pontoon logs with a 25” diameter for a smooth and safe ride. Other amenities, like durable marine-grade ...

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