48' Strongall Trawler

Tanton: 48' Strongall Trawler

The 48'6" Strongall Trawler is a solution in the direction of a more silent, efficient and strong Power/Sail assisted yacht. Characteristically, like the smaller 12m "Tameta": - the deep-V hull forward with strong deadrise aft provide a sea-kindly ride in the toughest of conditions. - the shallow 3-point landing offers protection to rudder and propellers. - twin keels give reasonable performance for the motor-sailer rig to get home securely - the hull shape with two efficient sail-drive engines will drive the boat well above the speed usually associated with trawlers, while providing additional fuel economy provided by the sails. - the interior is divided into three parts for comfort, with several possibilities in the arrangement. The aft cockpit over well-placed engine access is convenient and isolates the interior. - the strength of an aluminum Strongall hull is unparalleled.

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Tanton, Sep 2, 2004
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      Like to have a set of lines for this hull . . . ..Nice
    • Tanton
      Thank you for the comment.
      Interestingly, the shape is derived from the round bilge of one of the lobster yacht I design. Forced into a single hard chine configuration. The design works well, and a 65' 19.90M. has been added, featuring the same approach. That one is for a client interested in pushing the limits to a "Canal" boat. With offshore capabilities for around the Med.
    • Tanton
      About the above:
      Canal boats
      or Trawler for a brochure, please contact
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