a 26' flying bridge cabin cruiser Build in

Length overall 27'-0"
Length waterline 22'-8"
Beam 9'-11"
Hull draft 16"
Displacement 6800 lbs.
Hull weight (approx.) 2000 lbs.
Hull depth 6'-2"
Freeboard forward 4'-10"
Freeboard aft 4'-6"
Headroom 6'-3"
Height overall 9'-8"
Cockpit size 9'-0" x 6'-0"
Fuel capacity 115 gals.
Fresh water capacity 40 gals.
Sleeping accommodations 5-7
Hull type: Full planing hard chine. Bottom has full length deep vee with 18o minimum deadrise, bulbous keel section, and lift strakes. Sides have reverse curve flaring sections forward and canted raised topsides above sheerline. Wood hulls are triple diagonal planked to 3/4" on bottom; sides are double diagonal planked to 1/2". Fiberglass hulls are built using "one-off" male mold methods, either fiberglass planking or PVC foam sandwich construction.
Power: Single or twin stern mounted engines driving through outdrives or vee drives. Engine weight range: I/0 - 750 to 1600 lbs. V-drive: 850 to 2000 lbs. Other stern mounted drive systems optional but not shown on plans. Diesel or gasoline powered engine acceptable.
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:
Plywood / Fiberglass
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