#796 a 23' trailerable harbor launch Build in FIBERGLASS PLANKING

Length overall 23'-2"
Length at waterline 20'-0"
Beam 7'-3"
Displacement 3160 lbs.
Draft 1'-9"
Freeboard forward 3'-0"
Freeboard aft 2'-0"
Hull depth 4'-9"
Height overall 8'-9"
Cockpit size (approx.) 14'x6', depth: 2'-3" to 3'-0"
Headroom (min.) 6'-3"
Fuel capacity 20 gals.
  • Hull type: Round bilge displacement hull of traditional power launch form with tumblehome topsides aft and deep skeg.
  • Construction: Hull can be built in wood using conventional strip planking or cold-molded epoxy strip planking with double laminated outer wood veneers. Alternately, hull may be built in "one-off" fiberglass, using fiberglass planking or PVC foam or end-grain balsa sandwich construction.
  • Power: Single, centrally located, in-line shaft, gasoline, diesel, steam, or electric inboard, 5 to 10 horsepower for speeds to approximately 6 knots.
  • Can the hull be extended or shortened? Lengthen: No. Can be shortened 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.
  • Trailer: Designed for use with Glen-L Series 3800 boat trailer plans.

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