Looks like a deep forefoot , a lot of flare and a modest taper to keel. How large a prop can the put on boat?
I would like to see one run, because it seems to me that the deep forefoot would always be in the water causing bow steer or veering. It's a gorgeous hull though, and although the red is beautiful, I prefer a white or light gray color for ease of maintenance.
I'm assuming (don't know for sure) that you could fit a 30" diameter prop under it. Most of the 38's like Flowers, NB, etc. will fit a 30". A 30" would be a nice size prop for this boat.
I don't know about you but I'm not getting any younger. The thought of building a new boat that had a rough ride doesn't apeal to me at all
I know you already built one of these....will a skeg boat still be fast & efficient with the extra weight of the net winder in the cockpit?
The thought of getting financing for anything makes me ill... I will have the cash to build any boat I want, but just because you can do something doesn't mean it's wise or beneficial to do so.