Hi some years ago there was a boat called the Hawk-Line Little Rhody. 19ft w/a full 8ft beam, decent freeboard, mast, boom, and winch for pulling pots or large bluefin tuna on board. The builder designer (Capt George Hawkins) passed away a few years ago. I'm sure there are some still around. Trailored well, not to great in a heading sea, but w/the pilot house, so what. We put three grown men in it back and forth at M and Rhody. Might have some pics around. Casey Ghee
This outboard utility is 20.08 feet long and weighs 2200 (pounds dry). This weight does not account for passengers, fuel, or gear. The beam of this craft is 88 inches. The max horsepower for this boat on our records is 180 hp . If you choose to buy a replacement engine for your Hawkline Little Rhody boat, it is recommended by many, that you verify the max horsepower for your boat. This is because of safety reasons - as it would effect the insurability of your outboard boat. Be sure to have the manual for your engine handy, not only for your safety, but to save you money on repair costs.
The boat originally had a mast and Boom on it for hauling Giants or pots. I have a pic of one with the mast and boom. I will put it up as soon as I can figure out how to get it on here.
It almost makes me want to put a mast and boom on this and keep it (I'm a total boat junkie) but it has to go I just bought a new house. I have a lot of interest in it and will be showing it this weekend.