F-44 Convertibe Sedan - Curiosity

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Re: F-44 Convertibe Sedan - Curiosity

Post by prowlersfish »

Its no Egg wrong hull lines . the hull lines are a lot like the F44 , but the super structure is not Trojan .
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So how are we going to find out?

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Re: F-44 Convertibe Sedan - Curiosity

Post by mikeandanne »

This has been interesting for me as I never knew there were so many different builders of sportfish type boats---- from looking at lots of pics that boat looks like a cross between the Trojan hull and a Post house section with the shear lines about the same and the flat front deck---- a question ,is it not possible for that to be a Trojan hull finished by another boat builder ?----seems like there are no in hull ports in almost all of the 40' plus sportfish type boats ,not sure why maybe safety??----- Mike

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Re: F-44 Convertibe Sedan - Curiosity

Post by 297Elegante »

This has me interested too. A couple of things that others pointed out but don't look like the F44 in the ad.

- Flybridge helm not tournament style. Seems like a lot of work for someone to takes tournament style bridge (like the F32, F36 and F44 have) and make it set up at the very front of the bridge.
- Cabin layout has a galley up starboard and steps adjacent. Down below it looks like some closets. The galley up F44 has it on the port side and a head on the starboard down the steps.
- Obviously the whole house appears to not match an F44 at all.

I'm curious of anyone tracks down what that boat truly is.
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