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Boat Reviews By Owners

1974 -- 23' 0" JOHN ALLMAND

Model: Ticonderoga 23

Cockpit: Large & roomy with frt opening windows & sliding side windows. Small Flybridge with functioning controls. All the advantages of a true sportfisher but at a smaller price.

Cabin: Room for storage but only can accomodate 2 adults. Built in potty

Construction: Fiberglass, seems pretty sturdy but can be a wet boat under certain conditions

Handling: Fairly seaworthy but a little top heavy with only an 8' beam & a tall flybridge. Handles average under power

Engine Room: 302 c.i. Ford marine with a Merccruiser Alpha one outdrive.

General Comments: Yes I like my boat. I've wanted one for a long time and finally found one that was in very good condition for it's age at a price I could afford.

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Date Submitted: 2001-08-14

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