I looked on their site to see what thickness aluminum they used and did not find anything. Unless it's .125" or more, it's another good looking aluminum boat, no more, no less. You can make anything look good in a spray booth. Not saying they don't build a good boat, I just like to read more than professionally written advertising copy talking about how much care they take in manufacturing. I once had a surveyor colleague tell me you can hide a lot of flaws with paint and gelcoat, and after being in the marine industry for many years I believe it.
Not being a snob, I just want to know that if I run up on a stump or an oyster bed, I've got some beef under me.
Some photos of their construction process would really be the tell-tale, Do they use extruded aluminum for the high impact areas, keel, gunwale, how the ribs and the underdeck structure is put together, etc
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