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pariswake 01-17-2010 1:09 PM

Hi, <BR> <BR>What are the differences between the correct craft super sport and the super air nautique? <BR> <BR>Thanks;

01-17-2010 1:22 PM

Ballast, Tower, PP, Graphics. There might be a few others, but those are the main differences

sidekicknicholas 01-17-2010 1:57 PM

The boat itself is the same. <BR> <BR>Just options after the hull has been made... the coast guard plate should say <BR>"Nautique Supersport/Super Air 210" or something like that

sinkoumn 01-17-2010 2:04 PM

Price...that's about it (don't find too many SSN's for sale without all of the SAN options these days)

pariswake 01-17-2010 2:47 PM

thanks, any idea what a basic 99' SSN model with GT40 eng 400 hrs with new upholsery should net?

polarbill 01-17-2010 4:16 PM

15-18k

sidekicknicholas 01-17-2010 6:01 PM

We got our 95 with: <BR>280 hrs <BR>nearly perfect in and out <BR>*no tower/PP/Ballast* <BR>for 18k, but that was before the economy tanked... these days prob cheaper

watersun 01-18-2010 7:17 AM

Just remember, if you buy a bare bones SSN, you will spend at least another $3,000 on ballast, tower and perfect pass. If you use OEM stuff, it will probably cost even more than that.

wakemikey 01-18-2010 7:59 AM

Please link me up to some 99SSNs for 15k hehe I dont think they are quite that low yet are they???!

trdon 01-18-2010 8:14 AM

Not a chance. I could not find one for that kind of money. Im sure they are out there, but are very few and far between.

denverd1 01-18-2010 9:05 AM

Hull is the same. The width of the gunnels is a subtle difference but is worth mentioning. on a SSN the gunnels are about 6 to 8 inches wide. On the narrower SAN, pry 3 or 4 inches wide. So the SSN will have less interior space than a SAN. It's nice when you're climbing around the tower, but does sacrifice a little space.

trdon 01-18-2010 10:17 AM

The narrower gunnels started in 2002. Prior to that they were wider. In 2002 the interior is also a little deeper. It may not be much on paper, but you can feel the difference. It was one of the main reasons I was looking for a 2002+ SAN.

pariswake 01-18-2010 10:33 AM

thanks for all the comments. <BR>What is a gunnel??

denverd1 01-18-2010 11:38 AM

side wall of the boat. if you're up getting a board in/out of the racks, your standing on the gunnels.


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