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PostPosted: Mon Aug 24, 2009 5:36 pm 
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You know how things are always 'Bigger' in Texas? I'm thinking the aussies "that's not a knife", may suffer from the same dementia, so in their world a 3/4 ton beach cat is nothing mate! :D Damn yanks...always whining about something!

Would I want to haul the %^&*()_er up on the beach...uh, NO! Weight/size wise it reminds me of a Stiletto
http://www.stilettocatamarans.com/stiletto_27_catamaran_specifications.htm Actually, I'd probably take the Stiletto over the Aussie boat given the choice. Either one is too big for my area. Depending upon the water, there are times I barely make it under the local bridges in my SC.

There's no mention of any cat trax used with the boat, probably use some off a monster truck :shock:

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 16, 2010 5:27 am 
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Ok So did this guy make it to Australia yet. http://beachcatsaustralia.ning.com/


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