Bought my boat through anchor yachts.he also is dealer for waterline in New England . The waterlines are drop dead gorgeous but unfortunately too dear for my wallet. There is no reason a metal boat need be ugly.look forward to M.Tautons input.always loved his inventiveness .
Apart from mine, Waterlines are the only well built steel boats in BC, apart from home built boats . They are extremely well built, and fair ,before the paint goes on. Its been decades since I have seen any smaller waterlines built. Most newer ones are huge.They have progressed a lot, eliminating wood for stainless trim, a huge improvement.
However ,for a boat the size of my 36 ,I understand they want over a quarter million dollars .All of mine get built for a fraction that amount. Steve on Silas Crosby talked to Waterline first , got a quote ,then gave me a call, and we got started .Steve, after cruising the BC coast for many years , then to Mexico , Hawaii and back to BC, then to Cape Horn then the Aleutians and back to BC , is extremely happy with his choice.
Used Waterlines , much lower priced than new ones, can be a good deal.
Waterline side decks on 35 footers can be a bit narrow ,but I'm sure they would build them wider, on request.