New General Marine 26

madangler

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Having a new General Marine built, I will be used as a commercial sword boat in South Florida. It is going to have the center pilothouse that they use on the 22 with the starbord side full and the port side cut short with an eisenglass/canvas panel. They built me a sick fish hold in the bow, and will put in a 30" fish door that incudes the full side of the hull and gunnel in one piece. Engine is a Volvo d-4 with a continuous duty at 270. Fuel capacity is 112 gallons.
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madangler

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ID dimensions of the fishbox are 84" x 34" x 29". The box has 4" of insulating foam on the bottom and sides below the sole deck. 2" of foam above the deck.
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MouseTrap

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Wait, wouldn't First Team say the prop nuts are backwards?

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Cool looking fishing boat by the way!
 

tunaorlater

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That's going to be a sweet setup! Keep the updates coming please. Is that a 36 coming together in the background?
 

tunaorlater

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Shawn, did your general's keel look like that at the prop? Mine didn't.
 

CEShawn

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Yes it had that look to it but really came flush with the sterning bushing in there.
 

bglhooked

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Mako, sold the Seaway, want a 30 Calvin Beal
That's a beauty! Can't wait to see the finished product!
 

Eastporter

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Awesome boat! Keep the photos coming!
 
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