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Posted: September 21 2006 at 21:48 | IP Logged Quote aftergolf1

I am a current Albemarle 28 owner looking to move up to a larger vessel and have heard good things about late 70's to mid 80's 33' to 36' Eggs. There are a number of them on the market for resonable prices and wanted to know about the ride on these vessels.

I fish out of NC and run about 45 miles to the Big Rock to fish, and 99% of the time have a head sea on the way out and usually a quartering sea on the way home.

How do these boats run with a head sea and a quartering sea? I know where the boats were built out of NJ that most of the seas are beam seas, so I don't know how well they do with the seas on the nose.

Any infomation would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you in advance for your help.
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