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Talking 12' HYSIDE! $2895

Good day All!

Up for grabs is a 12' Overstock Hyside! Model 140SBU.

They go for $3295 brand new...get this one on the water for $2895 OTD. No Tax, No Shipping costs.

It's currently listed in our boat bargain section for $3100...this is a special deal for Mtn. Buzzers ONLY. Call us to place the order and mention this ad. ONLY ONE IN STOCK...

Here's the link for pics: https://hyside.com/store/product.php...&cat=38&page=1


Outfitter Series

Non-Standard Model, New Over-Stock Boat

Urethane Bottom
Attached Self-Bailing Floor
11'- 8" Length
6'-1" Width
18" Diameter Tubes
2 Thwarts

Color - HYSIDE Blue

Might have minor cosmetic blems, e.g. scratches, slightly wrinkled urethane.
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I'm wondering when this boat (18" tubes) would be preferrable to the standard 144 SBU (19" tubes).

I'm guessing it would present less to the wind when lightly loaded (e.g. solo day trip). I'm guessing the 18" tubes would be fine for rowing day trips with a couple of passangers, or paddle crew up to what, maybe 4 plus captain? maybe only 3 plus captain? Probably okay for multi-day solo if not hauling a lot of gear. The 19" version would be more versatile, so it would depend on the need for that additional versatility.
These are the ramblings of a novice (am I close?).
Any thoughts on this from the manufacturer's rep or others here with more experience?
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18" vs 19"

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I'm wondering when this boat (18" tubes) would be preferrable to the standard 144 SBU (19" tubes).

I'm guessing it would present less to the wind when lightly loaded (e.g. solo day trip). I'm guessing the 18" tubes would be fine for rowing day trips with a couple of passangers, or paddle crew up to what, maybe 4 plus captain? maybe only 3 plus captain? Probably okay for multi-day solo if not hauling a lot of gear. The 19" version would be more versatile, so it would depend on the need for that additional versatility.
These are the ramblings of a novice (am I close?).
Any thoughts on this from the manufacturer's rep or others here with more experience?
Hey johnovice,

You can expect to get 4 and a guide in that size boat. As the size of the average person grew over the years, we felt the need to increase the tube diameter .
Yes, if it's used only as an oar boat or just a few passengers, you could get by with smaller tubes.
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