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September 21, 2007

Carolina Classic 32

With its signature Carolina flare, 13-foot beam and 80-square-foot cockpit, the Carolina Classic 32 is designed for serious offshore fishing. The roomy cockpit features dual tackle stations; two large, in-deck, insulated fishboxes; secure rod storage; transom door; and optional transom fishbox/live well. The helm deck seats six comfortably, while the helm station offers excellent visibility whether running or maneuvering off-plane. The large console can accommodate multi-screen electronics packages.

Under the helm deck is a large engine compartment with power-lift hatch for access to the main engines and generator. Ample room for servicing engine components and thoughtful routing of plumbing and wiring make the 32 easy to service.

Belowdecks, the 32 features an air-conditioned salon, full galley with sink and large countertop, storage, stand-up head with shower, hanging locker, a large double berth and a seven-foot bunk. The 32 is available with twin-diesel inboard power options up to 500-hp each, an optional tower with upper helm controls, and lower enclosures.

Carolina Classic, Edenton, NC; (252) 482-3699; www.carolinaclassicboat.com.

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SPECIFICATIONS

Length w/out pulpit: 33'
Beam: 13'
Draft: 3' 6"
Deadrise: 20 ¿
Weight w/o engines: 18,000 lbs.
Water: 50 gals.
Fuel: 355 gals.
Base price: $292,725