Larson All-American: Centennial Retro
Brett Becker checks out the 2013 All American, built to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Larson Boats.
We’re here in the Larson booth at the 2013 Miami Boat Show. Larson’s celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, and they’ve put out a commemorative model, the all-new All American. It’s a retro-looking boat but it’s thoroughly modern inside.
The retro touches continue inside the boat. Sea deck matting, meant to look like teak provides a nice touch. We’ve also got snap-in mat that looks like bamboo carpeting.
One of the things I love most about the All-American 23 is the dash. Wood frame wheel, aluminum spokes, positive switches, and really nice looking gauges.
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- Brett Becker is a freelance writer and photographer who has covered the marine industry for 15 years. In addition to covering the ski boat and runabout markets for Boats.com, he regularly writes and shoots for BoatTrader.com. Based in Ventura, Calif., Becker holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a master’s in mass communication from the University of Central Florida in Orlando.
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