Boats inspired by Tradition

Some of the most beautiful boats ever built were the classic varnished mahogany hulls of the 1930’s. These new mahogany runabouts are reminiscent of a classic Hacker, Ditchburn and Chris Craft, but with modern seamless epoxy construction and modern propulsion.

Each boat is 15’ 11″ long with a beam of 5′ and is sold on a new trailer which will fit into an ordinary garage.  The hull form is a modified deep-V with a 17 degree deadrise that planes easily at 3000 rpm’s and provides a smooth comfortable ride. The hull is an epoxy/glass laminate with 3/16 mahogany planks set into epoxy. The boat has adequate foam flotation and there is a collision bulkhead in the bow. There are no sanding and refinishing worries as on the old mahogany boats.

Made With a Personal Touch

We know mahagony. In fact, we’re pretty picky about it. We’ve been using mahagony in the marine environment for well over thirty years, with great results, for good reasons. In the era of aluminum, fiberglass, and carbon fiber, it may seem a bold claim, but here it is:

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