The Much Awaited Radon 20 Outboard

Discussion in 'Check Out My Boat Customization' started by mokahehteh, Mar 6, 2019.

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  1. 7raptor

    7raptor happy to be here

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    Super cool 20' boat, especially with a proper half cabin like @Canyon's boat...but it's easily 120 grand rigged to fish with proper electronics.

    Sure illustrates the 2320 Parker's value.

    I'd own both, happily!
     
  2. Trayscool

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    Badass boat, I looked at it at the show. Its HUGE and the cabin is massive. Don is a real cool guy and loved my 8 yr olds questions. $100K seems really excessive for such a bare bones basic boat and the options seem a little outrageous. Not my type of deal but I did like the boat

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  3. Black-is-Back

    Black-is-Back Wishin i was Fishin

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    Anyone know if the 29' "standard boat" is turn key, or is it just the hull and cabin?
     
  4. Sf_Montauk_17

    Sf_Montauk_17 Newbie

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    70k for the boat with a 150hp.. 75k is for the boat with a 250... the hull is solid.. super strong boat.. most boat when you knock on the hull it is very hollow or just solid half way up.. this boat is glassed like a tank from the bottom all the way up to the rub rail... A new 210 boston whaler montauk with a 150hp is in the same neighborhood as the radon... I love my whaler to... but if i had the choice, i would choose the single produced boats VRS the boat being crapped out off the line.. for me this is my style of boat.. i dont like cabins..
     
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  5. chamackO

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    Big square hold in deck right before the transom. Fairly deep
     
  6. mokahehteh

    mokahehteh Waterman

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    Anyone who knows open molded composites will appreciate the quality and quantity of the laminate schedule. These things are loaded with UDR and other non-woven fabrics such as quadraxial. This is why they survive punishment the way they do. Solid indeed!!
     
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  7. Trayscool

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    The way I understand it is that its just the hull and the cabin. Look at the options sheet and price it out.
     
  8. sbsurfer

    sbsurfer I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    A new 29 will easily run ya $300k+ depending on your options.
     
  9. Sf_Montauk_17

    Sf_Montauk_17 Newbie

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    If my 18' outrage and my 1970 chevelle added up to 75k, i would have signed my name to the "x" on the bottom of the agreement!
     
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  10. Black-is-Back

    Black-is-Back Wishin i was Fishin

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    Thanks Mark.

    That's real close to what I had come up with.

    $175,000 "standard boat"
    Twin 300 yami's rigged, $55,000 +
    Electronics, trailer and options $$$?

    $300,000 really opens up options when looking at a new build.
     
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  11. rowdyrosco

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    Where do I sit?
     
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  12. Trayscool

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    Oh you want a seat? Thats $3200....for the driver only
     
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  13. Whalebreath

    Whalebreath Well-Known "Member"

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    It sure is odd looking, and what is that little cabin for a Kid's playroom?
     
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  14. impreza619

    impreza619 Fish or Cut Bait

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    The layout makes my head hurt for $70k. Cool if its your style though.
     
  15. sbsurfer

    sbsurfer I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    A couple shots of this lil battlewagon on the water. I had a 20ft Radon for quite a while and it would handle more than I ever could. You really understand the value of a boat like this when you're in really bad conditions. That's why you see them all over the coast and Hawaii as Harbor Patrol, Fire boats, etc.

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    An open back pilothouse would be ideal on one of these but if I was in SoCal I'd keep the 'He-Man' style cabin like Don built on this show boat and add stainless w/a hardtop. My 20 was an i/o an although having all that torque of a 383 and big wheel of a Bravo2 prop was nice (so was all that weight down low) Don's OB model frees up a ton of use able deck space.

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  16. willit float

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    I really like the engine mount off the transom.
     
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  17. skiffdude3000

    skiffdude3000 Newbie

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    haha $100k for a 20ft? all the trust fundies from cito will be clogging up the ranch line up now with this fugly vintage.
    20 somethings with expensive beards and puffy truckers hats pretending they are blue collars.
     
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  18. sbsurfer

    sbsurfer I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Not sure if you've looked at new boat prices lately but a new 21 Boston Whaler is the same price as this Radon.

    And those trustafarians in Cito probably have parcels at the Ranch already. Most folks that boat in there aren't mega wealthy...if they were they'd own property there instead of making the 90 minute trek from the harbor. You're spot on though with the bearded millenials...most don't know the difference between a flathead and phillips.
     
  19. Canyon

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    Lol, the 20’ Radon here is 75k, same price as the 21’ Robalo. You must be trust fund guy too?

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  20. brice

    brice Mañana

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    i just dont get it...
     

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