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EdgeWater 158CC: stingy on fuel

With a Yamaha F70, EdgeWater’s 158CC gets 6.5 mpg at 21 mph. That’s nothing short of miserly fuel consumption for a 15-footer that should excel at towing kids on wakeboards and tubes.

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Protector Center Console 25

You have to throttle back a lot of smaller powerboats in rough water, but RIB builder Protector says its Center Console 25 is not one of them.

Its deep-vee fiberglass hull, surrounded by wave-absorbing Hypalon inflation chambers, allows the helmsman to run at a good clip even when the wind and waves kick up, says Ralph Silverman, sales manager for Oakland, Calif.-based Protector USA Inc. “Most people use their boats when it’s sunny and flat out,” he says. “This boat in rough water can perform almost as well as it can in calm water.”

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Tibona 20: an ‘old-school’ power cat

The Tibona 20’s hull-to-deck joint is bonded with a polyester putty, further bonded and sealed with 3M 5200, through-bolted and fiberglassed from the inside. Sound like overkill? Not if you want the boat to last for decades, says Dan Hollins, who recently launched his catamaran company, Tibona Boats, in Sarasota, Fla.

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Carolina Skiff 23 Ultra Elite SS

When you think of Carolina Skiff, the boat that likely comes to mind is bare-bones, highly functional and has a flat bottom and no deck liner. Like an increasing number of builders, however, the Waycross, Ga., company has been diversifying.

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Tiara 3100 Coronet

Some boats have a timeless look, and Tiara's new 3100 Coronet stands out as one of them. With its low profile, diamond non-skid and wide deck walkways, Tiara has recaptured some of the characteristics of its earlier boats, says CEO David Slikkers.

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