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Molds for Sale-Typhoon Boat Works

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Typhoon Boat Works Boat Business/31’ CC- WA molds for sale: Custom 31' center console- CC and a 31’ walk around- WA multi-step hull with 11’ beam with Carolina Flare and a 26' plug for sale. Some manufacturing equipment and materials included. *Custom demo fishing boat available for additional cost. Call for details and video.

Typhoons are truly high speed, blue-water, CUSTOM open ocean boats. 31’ crafted with an 11’ beam and multi-step hull, it boasts an incredibly stable, soft riding, one-level flush deck from bow to stern and a unique amount of unobstructed deck space. The 33 CC boasts a superb helm, ergonomically designed operator station, 2’ high plus gunwales and well placed toe kick throughout, 1’4” wide walkways, 132 square feet of open aft deck and even more spacious forward working deck, 6’4” headroom below complete with a Bowmar hatch/sky light, seven foot vee-berth, interior rod storage, stand up shower, head and sink . Fishermen love its speed, performance, range and innovative design. There is enough space to pass the console amidships completely uninhibited while fighting a fish.

Our CUSTOM 33 Walk Around has been carefully designed to satisfy the avid fisherman and their families who share their passion for the water. Featuring the unrivaled traits of the Center Console with its fuel efficient, high performance ventilated, multi-stepped hull which delivers raw speed, assuring you of a dry smooth ride, single level unobstructed deck. You also have the luxury of a custom cabin that is ideal for the entire family who wants to fish and cruise comfortably.

Typhoon Models are designed to be multi-functional to suit the needs of the fisherman, scuba divers, family/recreational users, or scuba divers.

Typhoon Boat Works

Darian Boyle

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