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Rebel Bay 21

The Rebel Bay 21, built by Dynatech Manufacturing, is a bay boat designed for serious fishing both near shore and in inland waterways.

December 21, 2004
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The Rebel Bay 21, built by Dynatech Manufacturing, is a bay boat designed for serious fishing both near shore and in inland waterways. This 21-footer has tremendous range and was created to handle open-water situations with unparalleled smoothness and comfort.
 
Dynatech built the hull out of hand-laid quad-axial laminates and modified epoxy resins and finished it with a premium gelcoat. The hull’s stability and strength come from an advanced space frame structure, and the hull and deck are bonded and then bolted together to create a more durable unit. Dynatech backs the hull with a limited five-year warranty.

|| |—| | SpecificationsLOA: 21′ BEAM: 96″ DRAFT: 12″ WEIGHT: 1,900 pounds FUEL: 65 gallons POWER: 150-hp Yamaha PRICE: N/ADynatech Manufacturing, Inc. 4313 S.W. Port Way Palm City, FL 34990 772-220-8770 www.dynatechmanufacturing.com| The 21’s design incorporates what the company refers to as a “bow to stern fishing platform” flush deck layout, meaning that the entire deck surface is fishable. The foredeck casting area features a traditional low-profile toe rail. The deck layout provides plenty of storage and takes advantage of all available space.
Storage includes a self-draining anchor locker, a large plumbed compartment/release tank, two gunnel compartments, a lockable forward cockpit box with racking for eight 9-foot rods, and a rear deck wet locker with bilge access. The boat also offers three baitwells, a twin Optima dry-cell battery system with a standard onboard, two-bank “smart” battery charger, a full array of pop-up cleats and lights, and a flip-up bench seat backrest with equipment and pump rack below the seat base. It comes standard with a raw-water washdown pump and a pop-up electronics lid in the center console, complete with a four-channel FM/CD stereo. If that’s not enough, options include trolling-motor packages, trailer, jack plate, push pole, poling platform and a choice of hull colors.
 
The boat is designed to accept a wide range of power from 150 hp to the latest direct-injection 250-hp high-performance engines, which will easily push the boat to speeds in excess of 70 mph. The Rebel Bay 21 comes standard with a 150-hp Yamaha.

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