||01-12-2014 6:54 PM
Atl boat show was pretty good...but?
Not sure what I was expecting but it was ok. Would have liked to see some board or equipment companies there. All of the major boat brands were there(although I would have liked to see the ones that were missing: MB, Centurion, Supreme, and sanger). I had only been in some older nautiques and an older centurion, so getting to see the newer boats in person was pretty cool. I've never been a big fan of the Malibu lines (visually) but they were pretty nice inside. The Mastercrafts seemed a little better quality wise to me and the Supras were surprisingly nice to me. Didn't care much at all for the Moomba's. The Tige's were ok but they seemed a little pricey. The Axis( which I think if I were to get a new boat based on this show ) would be the one for me. I liked the simplicity and the features of the Axis line. Which brings me to the Nautiques, the 210and 230 were nice but a little pricey in comparison to what you get compared to the other brands, but the G series, holy crap.( I know they're WAY more money ) They were absolutely amazing machines. The quality and the standard features blew me away. The storage was incredible, my son ( who is 6 foot tall ) climbed into the passenger side storage locker and had room to move around in it ( even on the G21 ). I know I'll never be able to afford one but they got to be hands down the boat to have.