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  1. #11
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    Jan 2011
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    Polar Bear was awesome as usual, only downsides we had was that the first day was pretty windy in the morning, and of course fairly cold. Was awesome to ride 6 (7 for me actually) boats in 48 hours. Tons and tons of boards to try out, some that I probably never would have seen other wise (blusurf) being one of them. Each boat, even the Nautique 230 Crossover) had a fun wave to surf. It's hard to form real lasting impressions with just 15 minutes of ride time between each boat, but if any of them showed up in my driveway, I wouldn't turn it away. The MAX wave was really something, with a very long transition from the transom to the top of the wave. Amazing boat for the money. The SE550 was very fun as well. Loved some of the features of the newer boats, the rear view cameras sound gimmicky but they are nice to use in practice. Both of the Centurion offerings were solid waves as well.

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    ^^^SEs when done properly are no joke!


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  3. #13
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    Apr 2011
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    NY
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    Quote Originally Posted by Getssum96 View Post
    Polar Bear was awesome as usual, only downsides we had was that the first day was pretty windy in the morning, and of course fairly cold. Was awesome to ride 6 (7 for me actually) boats in 48 hours. Tons and tons of boards to try out, some that I probably never would have seen other wise (blusurf) being one of them. Each boat, even the Nautique 230 Crossover) had a fun wave to surf. It's hard to form real lasting impressions with just 15 minutes of ride time between each boat, but if any of them showed up in my driveway, I wouldn't turn it away. The MAX wave was really something, with a very long transition from the transom to the top of the wave. Amazing boat for the money. The SE550 was very fun as well. Loved some of the features of the newer boats, the rear view cameras sound gimmicky but they are nice to use in practice. Both of the Centurion offerings were solid waves as well.
    Sounds killer. Board impressions?
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