Pot Luck

#890
#891
a 33' lobster boat Build in
FIBERGLASS
or WOOD


Pot Luck 33' lobster boat



Characteristics
Length overall 33'-3"
Length waterline 30'-0"
Beam 10'-7"
Hull draft 2'-11"
Displacement 9250 lbs.
Freeboard forward 5'-0"
Freeboard aft 2'-11"
Height overall 10'-9"
Headroom (control station @ centerline) 6'-2"
Cockpit size 18'-0" x 9'-0"
Fuel capacity 200 gals.
Fresh water capacity 100 gals.
Sleeping accommodations 3
  • Hull type: Round bilge hull form with a flat run aft, long deep skeg, and flaring topsides forward, characteristic of New England lobster boats. Build in wood or "one-off" fiberglass. The wood version is built using conventional strip planking or cold-molded epoxy strip planked with triple laminated wood outer veneer. Fiberglass version: plans detail fiberglass planking and sandwich core construction.
  • Power: Single engine, either gasoline or diesel powered, located amidship using conventional straight shaft with reduction gear to suit. Maximum practical speed of 16 to 18 knots using 100 to 120 SHP. Slower speeds with lower horsepower engines are equally suited.
  • Can the hull be extended or shortened? Yes. Up to 10% by re-spacing the frames from the aft end of the stem to the transom a proportional amount. We do not recommend increasing the beam.

Photographs Bill of Materials:
Fiberglass / Wood
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Glen-L marine designs / www.glen-l.com / Boat plans for the home builder