Not only is it gorgeous but it looks livable. To many of the recent boats look good ( not great like this one) but I think won't give that level of comfort from form follows function design that this one includes. That's what makes a boat a home and allows secure fun passages.
OK, lets see how many of my favorite things you've included in this design:
Herreshoff interior with raised panels in white.
Dark topsides with round port lights...I didn't even know I liked the port lights till I saw it.
Big overhang aft
White bead-board headliner.
Big substantial port lights on the house
Hey Bob, I'll take it the way it is, but can I get a white boot stripe with a taper on it (fat forward), and gold leaf cove. I'm working on a name, will let you know shortly!
Owner is an avid cook and his son is a pro chef. This is the ultimate galley. There will be s.s. sea rails around the counters. The sinks are deep, domestic sized sinks. The stove is a five burner. There is a trash masher across from the stove. Refer is in the aft counter. Freezer is under the pilot berth in the passageway aft.
Nope, not a small cockpit at all. I think that photo distorts the length and the details of that cockpit. That cockpit, measured at the seat top is 11' 2.5" long. I don't know who would consider that "small". There are six guys in the cockpit in that photo including the photographer and there is room for more. Don't forget this boat has two cockpits. There is a center cockpit and an aft cockpit. If you combine the seat top lengths of both cockpits you get just over 18'. Not small.
1 - 20 of 96 Posts
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.