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Best V-drive Centurion under $30K for skiing

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av8tor    0

Looking for a good Centurion crossover V-drive that will still be decent for slalom skiing; no course just open water recreational skiing. 

Can anyone make a suggestion for which Centurion under $30k might fit the bill?

Thanks everyone,

Chris

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h20king    791

Falcon v or a 216 enzo

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av8tor    0

Thanks h20king,

The only one I could find is a 2006 Cyclone C4; low hours in great shape. Owner says it is good for skiing. You guys are the experts on this, what d’ya think?

 

chris 

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Troy    203

Cyclone I believe has more of a V-bottom where the Falcon V and Enzo 216 had more of a flat bottom. Share some pictures and we will do our best to help. 

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BoardCo    105

There are a few that are pretty decent. The Falcon V and Enzo 216/220 were good.

If you are looking under 30k the best one that should be in that range, which is also the best skiing Centurion V-Drive ever made is the 2003 and older Eclipse V / Cyclone Air Warrior (same boat just different package). I would say it is the best skiing V-drive ever built with the exception of the newer Malibu VTX (maybe) or the newer Sport Nautique 200.

We actually have one for sale that is in pretty killer shape. Here is a link to it:
http://www.mmwatersports.com/listings/2001-centurion-eclipse-v-drive/

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Jake707    166

Not sure where youre located but Im looking at possibly selling my 2000 Elite V in your price range. Its nice for sufing and skiing and just about everything else.

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Nick213    584

You gonna upgrade Jake?

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Jake707    166

thinking about it, really want a 23' but don't want a payment either so that leaves me with the 230s and not the 233 or 244s with the cabin forward design like Id prefer. So I keep going back and forth, if the cabin on the 230 is almost the same as the Elite or Avy just a longer bow it wouldn't be much of a noticeable upgrade space wise. Only use the bow for kids or when floating.

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av8tor    0

Thanks guys. I’m in Quebec , Canada and looking into the shipping costs from the States. Maybe some more local boats will be up for sale closer to the season. Still lots of snow around and the mindset for boating just isn’t there yet. 

Ill keep updating.

Chis

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