Seaark 2672

Discussion in 'LOCAL TENNESSEE TALK' started by cumberlandcat, Jun 10, 2018.

  1. cumberlandcat

    cumberlandcat Active Member

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    so I’m getting close to selling my 1860 and buying a seaark 2672
    Trying to figure out how to customize the layout
    I like the procat 240 but I have 6 kiddos so it’s really not set up for more than 4
    What’s everyone’s opinion of a center console versus 2 side consoles ?????
    I’ve talked to some that say a center console is always in the way and takes too much usable room up and less storage
    Just looking for opinions and ideas
    My brother owns a fab shop so the sky is the limit
    Thanks
     
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  2. boswifedeb

    boswifedeb USCA Jailhouse Lawyer

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    Can't wait to see what you end up with.
     
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  3. vortex

    vortex Twirlygig

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    Dual side vs single side vs center...

    It depends.



    How do you want to fish with it? What feels comfortable to you?

    I suggest going out to several dealers, doesn’t have to be seaark exclusively, and see different kinds of layouts. Sit in em, see what feels comfortable and natural to you, and how each would work with how you fish.
     
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  4. ramon06

    ramon06 Well-Known Member

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    Don't have a sea ark but I love the side console on my deckboat. Been on many center consoles and they take up lots of room like you said and lack storage. But since you can customize the sky's the limit
     
  5. eyelooking

    eyelooking Active Member

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    That will be a awesome boat!
     
  6. Zigarro

    Zigarro Well-Known Member

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    If you're looking to accommodate a large family, and your brother has a fab shop, maybe you could find an old 20-24' pontoon and restore it, and with the money you save you could put a good engine on it. We're going to rip out the side con on ours and fab a more narrow center-con designed to meet our need, which will give us access to both sides of the boat.
     
  7. ccat

    ccat Well-Known Member

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    If you are still looking at the center vs. side console, here's what I have been telling people for years.
    I have a 2072 V-Pro with Center Console and wouldn't trade it for a side console in a million years.
    Mark off your approx floor space, which my guess on the 2672 would be about 10-11' by 6'.
    Set a cardboard box (representing the center console) in the area it would go.
    Remember, you can work with SeaArk about console placement.
    This will allow you to see what the "walk around" space will look like.
    Then move that same box to the side where the side console would go.
    Remember, a side console will be smaller but will also need room for the seat, so use the same box.
    You will have a lot more room to the left of the console, but in all reality, it's the same space as if you had a center console. With side console, you can't access the rail as easily with a console in the way if you choose to mount rod holders there.
    I hope this helps.
    ccat
     
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  8. cumberlandcat

    cumberlandcat Active Member

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    Thanks for all the help guys. I just found out they do not sell a 2672 with a 15 degree hull only a 3 degree.
    I feel like that’d make for a rough ride on choppy water. Any opinions on a hull degree?
     
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    wadekaminski Well-Known Member

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    Available in the 2019 line up. FB_IMG_1530712299230.jpeg FB_IMG_1530712307466.jpeg FB_IMG_1530712336767.jpeg
     
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  10. vortex

    vortex Twirlygig

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    Now Wade, do we need to have the talk again about makin me want stuff!!??!! :biggrin1: :biggrin1: :biggrin1:
     
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  11. twaskom

    twaskom Moderator Staff Member

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    Wonder if a wife would let a guy move all that furniture out and into the house so a guy would have room to fish. :bruised:
     
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  12. vortex

    vortex Twirlygig

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    Well, look at the worst case scenario. When she gets mad and tells you to go sleep on the couch...


    Ya got 2 to pick from! :biggrin1:
     
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    tac eulb Active Member

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  14. vortex

    vortex Twirlygig

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    If you have to ask... :D
     
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  15. wadekaminski

    wadekaminski Well-Known Member

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    No official price has been released, at least to my knowledge. The prototype (pictured) was at the SeaArk tournament in Alabama this spring.
     
  16. Brackish*Water

    Brackish*Water Well-Known Member

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    I think twenty six feet sounds bad-a but will be a pain
     
  17. cumberlandcat

    cumberlandcat Active Member

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    That’s a sweet setup
    The only thing I’d be afraid I’d tear the lounge seats up.
    I’d be up for testing their new products at no charge to them