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    Seafarer Viva

    Looking a 5m Viva and curious on their offshore ability given they're on the smaller side of the Seafarer range.

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    Re: Seafarer Viva

    Quote Originally Posted by Eddietrx View Post
    Looking a 5m Viva and curious on their offshore ability given they're on the smaller side of the Seafarer range.

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    I know I had more protection up front, but I had no issues with my 5m Venus! Was an awesome boat!

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    Re: Seafarer Viva

    What's the go with this boats hull design i googled it the other day and it looks like the bow is sort of bowed in than out as it reaches the chines i have never seen a hull like it
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    Re: Seafarer Viva

    What could go wrong.......................

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    Re: Seafarer Viva

    I also had the Venus version of the same hull. Not the softest riding hull, but very safe and exceptionally dry. Good little boat
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    Re: Seafarer Viva

    Quote Originally Posted by gazza2006au View Post
    What's the go with this boats hull design i googled it the other day and it looks like the bow is sort of bowed in than out as it reaches the chines i have never seen a hull like it
    Optical illusion created by the half pod design Gazza.
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