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TITAN 75 DESIGN

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The American craftsmanship is unmistakable  in the finish and performance of TITAN 75 TOURNAMENT DLX a well  thought-out competitive tournament sportfisher featuring its 320 square  foot cockpit, a fisherman's dream.

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This magnificent custom sportfisher  constructed with the lightest, time tested products with the reputation  of reliable performance under the most difficult conditions. Each  guaranteed with a strong warranty reflecting the manufacturers certainty  that their product will perform with a minimal amount of maintenance  efficiently. Resulting in a well thought-out, comfortable luxury yacht  with a sportfishing pedigree designed for the discerning angler.

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From the bow pulpit integrated into the  hull of the Titan finished with an easy-care, teak finish material.  Behind that is a below deck anchor locker large enough for the hydraulic  winch, all the ground tackle and enough room left over for fender  storage. Continuing the uncluttered bow design is a unique removable  teak rocket launcher that also double as a mini fighting seat complete  with rod gimbal along with two recessed bait tanks.

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The Weaver chocks for the inflatable and  the rocket launcher for rods are both removable, leaving only the  MarQuipt Davit and three Stainless hatches exposed. Built into the front  of the house is a comfortable cushioned bench seat that provides a nice  getaway or private sunbathing spot. There are five cleats conveniently  spaced from bow to stern on each side.

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Pair of 39 Rupp outriggers equipped with  triple spreaders that blend in nicely with antennas are placed on either  side of the house, high enough above the walkway to provide easy  passage with no ducking.

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Stainless steel railings, 1” thick by 32  high, secured to the deck by four bolts in a square plate (rather than  the three bolt, round plate commonly used) extend aft all the way to the  cockpit. StanchiWide stairs on each side of the cockpit lead to the 12“  walkways up each side of the boat, with a minimum of 2“ cap rail to  prevent slipping off the boat. All have been coated with non-skid spray  with air bubbles added for additional grip.ons conservatively placed  every 42“ for safety provide a rail that is sturdy enough to lean  against while walking to the bow eliminating the need for unsightly grab  rails along the house.

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The stainless ladders attest to the amount  of thought that was given to all components throughout the vessel.  Constructed with 1 stainless, along with wide Seaboard steps grooved to  prevent slipping, the ladders leading to both the Pilothouse deck and  the Fly bridge are rock solid.

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On the starboard side, against the house,  is one of four control stations equipped with both electronics and a  full set of controls, along with a tackle center complete with drawers  and topped with a sink. A no-nonsense, double-cushioned seat against the  bulkhead provides an unobstructed view of the wake.

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