Sea Angler

a 35' convertible sportfisher-cruiser Build in

Length overall 35'-3"
Length waterline 30'-0"
Beam 13'-8"
Hull draft 2'-6"
Displacement 18,000 lbs.
Hull depth 7'-10 1/2"
Freeboard forward 5'-4 1/2"
Freeboard aft 3'-1"
Height overall 14'-9"
Headroom 6'-3" to 6'-9"
Cockpit size 9'-6" x 10'-9"
Deckhouse size 8'-4" x 10'-9"
Fuel capacity 360 gals.
Fresh water capacity 100 gals.
Sleeping accommodations 6
Hull type: Hard chine hull form with convex bulbous deep vee entry and flaring topsides forward, and modified vee aft with flatter sections for stability and lower power requirements. Tri-mode hull form allows practical operation at displacement, semi-displacement, or full planing speeds. Hull intended for cold-molded, multi-diagonal wood or plywood planking (thickness of 3/4" on sides, 1" on bottom), or "one-off" fiberglass construction.
Power: Twin inboard in-line engines, either gasoline or diesel powered. Single engine optional but not detailed. Recommended practical speed range is 14-17 knots, although speeds to approximately 27 knots are possible.
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 / Plywood
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