Location: Eustis, FL Off the top of my head, I don't know of any single skin 'glass designs like this, but I could be wrong. When making potentially dangerous or financial decisions, always employ and consult appropriate professionals. It looks like they bought the molds and rights to a water jet powered 20’ runabout from an out of business boat builder. Stevens’ followed a design concept-“instilling in the buyer the desire to own something a little newer, a little better, a little sooner than is necessary” This was done both internally for the Evinrude leadership and for the public at a boat show to make a crowd in the Evinrude booth and, of course, in Evinrude engines and boats that one bought at boat dealers. Seabuddy was one of those Evinrude dealers in his four boat stores in southern California earlier in his boating life. Stevens worked for many big manufacturers, including Miller Brewing, the Outboard Marine Company, and Harley-Davidson. They have retained the noted Maine boat builder, Lyman-Morse in Thomaston to build its prototypes for its initial designs.  This effort is under construction there and will be announced at the Ft.
Bertram Yachts is continuing to work toward setting up a state-of-the-art production facility in the Southeastern part of the U.S. Company founder Dick Bertram—yacht broker, bluewater sailing racer, and offshore powerboat racer—built and raced the first Bertram, the 31-foot Moppie. Photo from Galati Yacht Sales of  used 54 Bertram powered by twin1,700 Hp CATS that propel her to 40K at WOT. A new Bertram 31 built in Italy, at first, is the news for the re-opening of this valued brand.
The new business owner is a boater and has a proven track record of investing in boat building and storied brand names in the marine industry. The second model to be made is currently scheduled to be either the 25 or the 28 foot hull sizes. Seabuddy spent a fair amount of time aboard a Bertram 28 just off the Pacific ocean California coast. This fiberglass boat company started making boats in 1955, first calling them Endura Craft boats.
Figure on a 45 MPH cruise and about a 70 MPH top end as powered in this 1972 24’ classic GO-FAST cruiser re-do. Warning, I am not a chemist, I am simply passing on personal experiences and some advertising messaging put out by major players within the marine trades. Think about buying your Sta Bil 360 either at your nearest convenient marine store or at a low price shop. Here is a quote from the fuel stabilizer maker “STA-BIL 360 MARINE offers comprehensive protection by releasing a microscopic corrosion preventing vapor inside the fuel system that coats ALL metals parts, including the fuel tank, fuel sending unit, valves, carburetor, fuel injectors and intake manifold.
STA-BIL 360 MARINE accomplishes everything our current STA-BIL products offer, including keeping fuel fresh, removing water, cleaning the fuel system and more, but this revolutionary new product provides an exciting new level of protection for ultimate performance. This product is new for 2014 and it won the International Boatbuilder’s Exhibition & Conference (IBEX) Innovation Award in the Boat Care and Maintenance category. IBEX is organized by the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) and judged by members of Boating Writers International (BWI), the award recognizes innovative distinction from other products currently being manufactured, benefit to the marine industry and consumers, practicality and cost-effectiveness. She is a pure race boat with the additional aspects of high speed marathon water ski racing that is in Halett’s history built into it. The boat’s rare Ford Side-Oiler 427 cubic inch engine was refreshed with its 536 horsepower power connected to the boat’s propeller via a 15% overdrive ( the prop spins 15% faster than the engine’s rpm) Split Case V-drive. A few years into the royalty agreement, Nick bought the name Hallett from the Hallett family. By the way, Pfatt Racing Engines is getting good sales and durability in the field with their 850 horsepower 429 cubic inch displacement GM LS3 with its new supercharging set-up. Some of them at the show liked the spaciousness inside the console, most liked the bow flair, but all loved the hatches and thoughtful storage all over the cockpit.


She is a day boat, a watersports platform, an off-shore fishing machine or an all-purpose boat that does duty as an inshore fishing boat.
This fish boat has a deep vee bottom shape aft at the transom and a high tech layup that is a joy to see being crafted.
I believe that her wood hull pre-dated the design team that made Formula Boats, as well as the Donzi Brand team that followed Formula Marine in Don’s stream of boat companies. Thus, Don raced and won first place three times in Donzi Boats which was in the 1965 -1966 time frame. By the way, the Claudia II 27’ boat design was sold to Marlin Boatworks an out of state boat builder, while a 23’ design became the very popular 233 for Formula Marine which he sold to Merrick Lewis and his Thunderbird operation. Back to the story subject here, we all know that Don Aronow won 1st place in more than 4 races.
There are likely a few foam cored 'glass designs in this size, but this is a more costly way of building a small boat, not to mention you have to enjoy sanding and itching. They took TWO examples of their sweet running 20’, cut them down the middle (but on an slant) added 4’ in the center, put this all into one boat and blended all of this using their boat building expertise into a 24’ boat. These six photos show the same model from different angles to communicate all the aspects of this boat idea. But over and over it should be noted that through the course of his career, Stevens’ relationship with Evinrude (OMC) was always strong, partly because he was a personal friend of Ralph Evinrude.
A second prototype is also under contract with Lyman-Morse and may be announced at the Miami Boat Show in February, 2016. This boatbuilding entrepreneur and avid boater is also involved with Baglietto and CCN and is committed to returning this iconic American brand back to its roots. The 25’ boat was made in Italy before by Riva (with some Riva styling touches) in the 1970s.
This boat has over 1,200 hours of sanding to get that flawless finish, up from a production boat building level of finish.
It’s like fogging oil for your entire fuel system, offering “360 degrees” of corrosion protection and is safe to use in all types of gasoline – from ethanol-free fuel to E85. For the first time, STA-BIL 360 MARINE delivers corrosion protection above and below the fuel line by releasing an innovative vapor that coats all metal parts within the fuel system to prevent corrosion. Others that had a hand in its restoration were Ray Day, Paul Richer, Ernie Casale, Harry Metzer, Harlan Orrin, Ken Meyers, and Hallett Boats.
Ray Day did the engine and Harry Orrin did the underwater hardware part including the Finish Line cavitation plate and hardware (racer trim tabs). While for a short time, all Baron Boats made to Hallett designs recognized that with a plaque that said “Hallett by Barron Boat Works” – or words to that effect. I was on the other side of the floating dock with another boat, so it was easy to observe the action. There are photos of Claudia II inside one of Don’s boat factories, but it was in for service, not construction, in my opinion. The confusing issue is the boat names and as they compared to the boat brands registered with the race organizers of his boats. Plus, he won so many races in that 1969 racing year that his name will always be remembered.
That train was outfitted with a spectacular glass-enclosed observation car called the Sky Top Lounge.
These rough ideas would have the basic lines of the new design and get across the main theme of its look and function. Both boats are designed by Michael Peters and will be capable of speeds higher than 40 knots. Peters firm has done sport fishing boats from 23’ to 78’ for a variety of production and semi-custom boat builders.


He is quoted as saying “You can trust that I will treat Bertram with great, great, great respect — the same as I’m doing with Baglietto.” Note, he owns other businesses and the boating companies seem to be something he wants to get deeply involved with.
The boat is finished in Pennant Red, one of the five colors that were offered in 1960 by the boat builder. Everyone was pleased that the number of off-shore fiberglass boats in attendance was on the upswing at this year’s boat show. This boat rig is complete with a special “float-on” style (no bow eye winch and cable) Competitive brand boat trailer. Second, depending on the race, Don Aronow would race his outboard, inboard, or a sterndrive version boat of the same boat name with one, two or three engines. Don't even need any FG on the bottom unless you're going to run it up on bad jagged rocky beaches.
From this stage to the next he would turn it over to one of his staff designers, who would take his sketch and make a “rendering” or drawing of it.
Bertram production personnel will be in Maine, working alongside the regular crew at Lyman-Morse as this early stage of re-making the storied brand of Bertram Yachts.
BTW, the Riva Windshield is outstanding with the lines of this Bertram model, as is all of their hardware on the Bertram boat that they built in this length.
The fly bridge was not to my taste based on its seating and how the skipper had to handle to the controls.
The boat was a show-stopper that brought smiles and sparked conversations among many show-goers as they walked the docks of this 17-acre show. By then they were selling about $3,000,000 in boats, which were made in three boat-building plants, located in nearby Cambridge, MD as well as in California and Indiana. All you boaters that slip their boats in Key West, well Seabuddy is not talking about your boating fuel habits in a direct way in this write-up.
Buddy became 19-year-old Captain in 1968.  He became a boat builder in the “off-season” by 1970. However, #seabuddy would not call his win in 1964 in a Bahamas race in his Claudia II boat as a Donzi Marine boat.
The sheathing is good for abrasion protection though, especially if Xynole instead of 'glass is employed. This is an article about one of their magic moments in a long history of inspired boat building. The story goes that the 16’s bow and aft sections where cut and two feet were added in the middle to make the Donzi 18. They seemed to be misplaced in relation to the seating bases and not enough room for my guests. Raymond Loewy, noted designer of a few early 50’s Studebakers as well as the Avanti cars developed the design for this and other boats for the Dorsett Plastic Corporation.
Seabuddy has met Nick a few times, often with his buddy master engine builder Paul Pfatt at southern California events. Finally, a three-dimensional model (either scale or full size) was made by one of Stevens’s specialist modelmakers.
Buy one now.  Buy one after November and decide on smaller engines or pay $10,000 more than today for one.



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