Need name of this boat

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  1. Lost58
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  2. PAR
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    PAR Yacht Designer/Builder

    Welcome to the forum.

    That appears to be a ButtUgly Craft or at least out of their molds. Seriously, you could buy a reasonable production boat of similar configuration and setup for the costs associated to bringing that back to life. As to the name, model, year, etc., well without a HIN or serial number or unless someone has good knowledge of this, an accurate "guess" is pretty much all you might get.

    Make a list of what your needs are and what you'd like to see in the design, so you can arm yourself with enough information to make an educated selection, from the commonly available designs.
     
  3. Lost58
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    just wanted the name its an old post i like the design
     
  4. Lost58
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    could not find anything about ButtUgly Crafts on internet
     
  5. Mr Efficiency
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    I think you'll find it was a joke !
     
  6. Lost58
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    0h well i looked wish i could find a name of this boat from that old post here
    i tied looking aristocraft designs but nothing maybe since the guy posted this it was an asian design
     
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    It looks like a pretty old design, in text of the old thread it was described as 18", presumably meant 18 feet. Might have been a local creation in Thailand. Actually, if you take a look at some of the Thai tourist boats, it is very much of the genre, a bowrider with a heavily raked bow and forefoot, presumably for the sake of keeping the paying customers drier, albeit a bit smaller boat. What is the particular appeal of it, to you ? 6978023.jpg
     
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  8. Lost58
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    build when i retire in philippines easier to get in and out also it looks sort of nice
    going to try post on glen l maybe someone there woud know name of this
     
  9. Lost58
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    yes but i would like a name of it so i can find plans and build it myself
     
  10. Lost58
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    no i dont want to name it i would like to know the name of it the maker so i can find the plans so i can build it
     
  11. Lost58
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    like is it an aristocraft or a glen l or something like that so i can find the plans
     

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