As the owner of an inshore and nearshore fishing charter company, I have had the opportunity to ride on many different types of boats over the years. The Savannah boat was on par with the best riding and top performing boats that I have been able to ride on. This boat is extremely well rounded as it could serve as a great fishing boat, as well as a comfortable and safe family boat. With the overall length of 21.4 feet, a beam of 8 feet 6 inches, a draft of only 9 inches, and paired with a 150 hp motor, this boat is what I would consider a phenomenal inshore fishing vessel for anyone from a beginner to the most advanced angler. With such a wide beam, this boat is very stable for nearshore fishing as well. There’s no need to worry about rust or corrosion as all hardware is marine grade and stainless steel. I was impressed with the rod holders in various places as well as the amount of storage space available on the boat. I also learned of the many different options that can be added, such as trolling motors, power poles, etc. When I had the opportunity to take the boat out, I took it out in the waterway and through some narrow creeks and was impressed by how easily and comfortably it maneuvered. While fishing in these areas, the front casting platform was very stable and spacious as was the back casting platform. Then, I headed out to the ocean. The v-hull entry of this boat performed exceptionally on a choppy day. It was very stable and dry. All in all, this is a great boat to cruise on the water with the family or fish a variety of different areas. This boat is a great value when compared to other boats in the same class. I would recommend the Savannah boat to anyone looking for a solid, well built, and comfortable riding boat for what I think is a great price.