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Published 21.01.2015 | Author : admin | Category : Sailing Skiff Plans

Crafted with cold-molded technology and designed with the traditional Carolina flare and sharp entry into the water, our Carolina-style custom fishing boats combine aesthetics and efficiency.
These middle-range boats, for the person who wants to fish offshore but doesn’t want the upkeep and expense of a large sportfishing yacht, can range from 39 to 42 feet. The Harrison Boatworks 39′ Express Sportfishing Boat has the best running bottom of any comparable size boat on the market. These boats can be finished top side in the express style, walkaround style or dayboat or open bulkhead style with a fly bridge. The power package ranges from traditional twin diesels, single diesel with a prop tunnel, outboards or pods. The exterior of the hull is covered with two layers of 1208 biaxle fiberglass and between each layer of plywood there is saturated mat fiberglass with 1208 fiberglass on the inside as well. All bulkheads are two layers of half-inch marine plywood with glass in between and 1208 glass on both sides. Harrison Boatworks’ 39-foot Express sportfisherman is a classically designed, custom Carolina boat built on Roanoke Island in North Carolina. The layout can be configured to many different uses, and the owner can choose a variety of different options and degrees of finish. This particular boat was designed for a man who takes duck hunting parties in the Currituck Sound. In contrast, this 19′ tunnel skiff (same hull design), is outfitted with a 40 hp Etech tiller and totally open layout. The south bay of the shop has been filling up with historic and classic boat projects for maintenance and repairs. This is a prime example of the shapely design of the North Carolina state boat, which was originally used for commercial fishing under sail.
Harrison Boatworks has repainted the bottom, the hull and the washboards and fabricated a few new parts for the rudder. Our good friend Buddy Creef, who visits the shop often, is a direct descendant of the man who brought this shape to our state.
Harrison Boatworks was charged with the task of putting this boat together and making it run with an electric motor powered by four 8D batteries and a mechanical steering system that is very interesting. At Harrison Boatworks, this vessel has undergone extensive work, including a total bottom job, jet-drive maintenance, varnish work and a number of other maintenance services, as well as multiple deliveries to different destinations for the owner.
A Carolina-style skiff, with a tunnel hull for shallow draft plus a sharp entry and moderate flare for a smooth and dry ride.

The 19′ Carolina Tunnel Skiff has an aggressive entry and a considerable amount of flare, as well as a similar tunnel to my other tunnel designs. A customer who takes parties duck hunting in the shallow waters of the Currituck Sound called me to talk about a boat. As always, my design began with determining the amount of deadrise at the transom, the progression of that deadrise to the sharper entry forward, the amount of tumblehome (rounded shape) at the stern, and the progression into the moderate flare up forward. After deciding on the specs of the boat, I then lofted the boat, built the jig and cold-molded the transom and stem and keel. What we ended up with is an efficient, stable, smooth-running boat that has a good load-carrying capability for its size and power, while still only drawing 8 inches of water. Larry Brown made this Currituck-style dodger for the owner, who guides duck-hunting parties in the Currituck Sound. This boat can be configured in the Center-Console style, the Express style, or the Walkaround style, and can range from 23 to 31 feet.
Interlocking plywood bulkheads, run both longitudinal and athwartship, glassed to the hull, creating superior strength and a unibody construction. The progression of deadrise provides a smooth ride while retaining excellent stability in the cockpit for a long day of trolling under many conditions. Perfect for short-handed offshore sportfishing. It has an aggressive entry and a considerable amount of flare, as well as a similar tunnel to my other tunnel designs.
He wanted a boat that could haul a heavy load and still be comfortable and dry in a serious chop. This client wanted a shallow-draft skiff for fishing in the sounds but wanted big-water capabilities for heading out Oregon Inlet into the ocean.
It was transported to Harrison Boatworks from Edenton by our friend Luke Meekins of Southside Services. He fiberglassed and faired from the waterline down and next year he will be refinishing the topsides.
George Washington Creef designed the first shad boats based on sailing vessels that he saw in the Bahamas. This boat is perfect for getting around the shoals of the sounds while still secure enough to confidently brave the inlets.
The running bottom is similar to that of my 22′ in that it has a pronounced entry while still having a broad chine forward, which gives it superior stability and weight-carrying capabilities. His requirements were shallow draft plus ample room for he and at least three or four men,decoys, dogs, guns, etc.

I also began with the height from the chine to the sheerline at the transom progressing into the depth of the rabbet line or the keel. I feel like the final results of this design were successful and the 70 is more than enough horsepower for this hull. Once the design was worked out, the first hull went to a customer in Currituck due to his time table and allow us to check the performance. With a top-end speed of 38 knots, or 44 mph, she gets on a plane with ease and is very comfortable cruising at 30 knots. He chose a casting deck forward, which houses a 16 gallon fuel tank, anchor, PFDs, lines, etc. There’s something to be learned from each and every project, no matter how big or small.
This determines how the boat sits in the water and the rake of the shearline.The progression of deadrise from the transom to the forefoot, or entry, is the key. She is a trailerable offshore fishing boat with the feel of a big boat and the economy of a single engine. He chose aft seats, which double as storage and contain battery, panel, hydraulic pump, etc. This customer also wanted for the boat to be powered with nothing more than a 8 hp four-stroke, due the heaviness of the 115s and above. The proper progression, which depends on the length of the boat, is what makes the boat run efficiently and comfortably.
After the boat was finished, glassed inside and out, with console, self-baling deck, washboards and the works, she came out to weigh 1650 lbs.
He chose the console model with hydraulic steering and a 70 hp Yamaha, as well as the Dull Dead Grass hull color, solid rubber rub rail and a straightforward open deck layout. We see around 8 mpg and about 35 mph top end with this boat.
Here are few of the interesting boats that have come through the Harrison Boatworks shop lately for one boat maintenance or boat repairs. The owner chose the console model with hydraulic steering and a 70 hp Yamaha, as well as the Dull Dead Grass hull color, solid rubber rub rail and a straightforward open deck layout. We see around 8 mpg and about 35 mph top end with this boat.
Having been raised in a family with a long heritage of boat building, I can honestly tell you this boat is as close to pure perfection you can get in a 19 foot boat, as far as its lines, handling, stability, ride, ability carry a heavy load, and handle any sea conditions, while being able to run in some very skinny water.

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