Design Brief...

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by Sean Herron, Jun 16, 2006.

  1. Sean Herron
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    Sean Herron Senior Member

    Hello...

    Let's just suppose that there is still a market for a good performing offshore capable small mid entry level F/G sport fishing boat...

    Giving the old preliminary below - what would you want as same for a standard equipment list - power options - and interior layout...

    Walk around decks and a 'snag free' boat - low rear bulwarks for netting and retrieval or an open transom - live wells and other...

    Help me out - perhaps same will keep me out of trouble for a short spell...:)

    Cheers and thanks in advance...
     

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  2. im412
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    im412 Junior Member

    every man and his dog is making a good performing offshore capable small mid entry level F/G sport fishing boat...
    better to find a smaller market that isnt being met or that you can meet better
    or find a hull you like and splash it..like everyone else does
    cheers
    jack
     
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  3. Sean Herron
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    Sean Herron Senior Member

    Thanks...

    Hello...

    I know you are correct in saying...

    No question - and thanks for telling me what I wanted or expected to hear...

    Just ain't worth it...:)

    Cheers...

    SH.
     

  4. KCook
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    KCook Senior Member

    I'm not a fan of motor brackets on a boat that small. My 1st choice would be an integrated euro transom. But a notch transom with modest splashwell also works out well in small designs. What is the LOA-to-beam ratio on this?

    Kelly Cook
     
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