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Estuary Duck Boats, Molds

Discussion in 'Boat Molds' started by D.E.Clark, Dec 9, 2019.

  1. D.E.Clark
    Joined: Feb 2019
    Posts: 2
    Likes: 1, Points: 3
    Location: Wickford RI

    D.E.Clark New Member

    I have made 65 Estuary's and there is a Hull and Deck mold. 13'3" by 64" Beam, Cockpit is 18" deep.
    This boat is USCG approved for 15 hp and is a Barnegat Bay Sneak Box Displacement Hull.

    I also have a 15' Garvey Hull and deck mold, that is USCG approved for 40 Hp and 4 persons.
    (Deck Mold is New)

    I also have a 13'3" EstuaryII Hull Mold USCG approved for 20 Hp Planing Hull (New Mold) I can have deck mold made if wanted.

    Go to www.estuaryduckboats.com
    David Clark 401-871-4739
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