So I have had my eye on this hull for a long time. Maybe because it is close to the 30 South Shore that Calvin Beal designed, or I prefer a beamier boat, either way I finally got my chance to step foot in one. If you follow my posts you will know that I recently visited Mainely Boats. Among the other projects they have going on is a 30 Calvin Beal. It was no disappointment. There is a lot of cubic foot of boat there. The possibility’s are endless. Lobstering, Tuna chasing, and family cruising this hill can do it all. In one of the pictures I am looking down into a hatch. With my finger tips on the hull the deck was darn close to my are are pit, approximately 2 feet, and if you look at the picture of my knees against the wash rail you get an idea how deep this hull is. The Cummins 6.7 looks small in this boat, leaving to wonder just how much engine could you put in this thing if you wanted to race it. Something in orange.... As I said in my blog on my website I hope I get invited back for the seatrails. Really anxious to see this thing go.