This iconic racing boat was originally designed by George Crouch in 1924 and went on to win the 1924 and 1925 APBA Gold Cup. It has been said that the 16 foot Gar Wood speedster is, pound for pound, the most valuable classic production speed boat in the world.
There are some 15 frames, 2 keels, twin hatch assembly, vertical cleats, gas tank fixing, drivers bench seat, breast hook, front and rear stems with knees etc. MARINEX GROUP DESIGN, Boat Designer and Consultancy in Malaysia offers design services for aluminum boats, steel boats, and fiberglass boats.
Marine Design included design consultation, custom designs and alterations, boat plans, re-powering consultancy and project management supervision. Particulars: Need to be as beamy on the aft deck as possible, open transom and flat aft deck, LOA from 30' to 50', build from steel or aluminum,inboard motor, Have to be very stable in stop position and at the same time give good speed and stability.
I look over some designs but most of them are for recreational cruisers and I am looking for proved work boat design. Originally Posted by mark775 this implies that they also let the pots hit and drag up the side of their boat - Might they not just use a puller on an arm over the side?
Yeah, Nowadays they usually use UHMW for a side board except for a classic woodie like the Leeward. Location: NorthEast USA Yes we do have a couple boats over hear that look almost square. Plan to build deep V with hard chine and deal with pot hauling arrangement similar to last picture from Ted. Pots are individual and slow speed driving ,maneuverability and stability at stop condition is of great concern due to harsh environment. The Jones Act was ostensibly to make sure there was always an active American shipbuilding industry and shippers didn't just go wherever it was cheapest to build. When making potentially dangerous or financial decisions, always employ and consult appropriate professionals.
The boats reflect our integrity, pride in our product and commitment to building a long term relationships with our customers. Gerry Smyth and his team have completed the Lonestar to a high level of specification and finish which is well suited to my requirements. G Smyth boats is professionalism and perfectionism personified.Gerry and his team work to produce an excellent product which is not only aesthetically pleasing but efficient and practical. Location: New Orleans Tad-That is a great looking design, everything looks easy to work and strong. The heel angle would not be a concern, as the only fishing the boat would do under sail would be trolling, and in any heavy fishing would go to engine power. Tad, I havent heard you comment on the water-ballasted designs such as the Dix ones, and I'm curious about your opinion on those.
Location: spain When I was kid I worked on inshore bottom fish longliners. From the video It looks to me like two important deck design details for a longliner are midships deck space and hip high bulwarks. Originally Posted by michael pierzga It would be educational to physically investigate the Kite Sail rig. Location: Northland , New Zealand Commercial fishing sail assisted vessels Ahhhh!
This is only a rough sketch that can be adapted to specific operational requirements and dimensions.
Location: France Uniquest 600 Very stable at rest, it has a 2m60 beam, feels like you are on a 7m boat, especially with the flaired bows.
Location: murfreesboro tn a friend of mine made a reation 25 fishig boat that had a pad that was so fast that he had to change it for safty .
A robust and versatile workboat, integrating a long developed working practice and modern feeding techniques in a new, efficient and comfortable design.
A multi-purpose fishing vessel, combining suction dredging for cockles, beam trawling for shrimp and conventional dredging for mussels, within the tight draught restrictions of theĀ Thames Estuary, this boat meets the requirements of Seafish and MCA for under 15m fishing vessels, and combines fishing methods by using interchangeable deck sections with differing hatch and coaming sizes. The problem with direct sales is it takes a lot of marketing, cold storage, other infrastructure to work, plus airfreight costs.
These numbers are simple and don't include replacement of gear, sails, moorage, regular boat costs.
The big money in fisheries isn't made following in other peoples footsteps, but in discovering and developing new ones.

Originally Posted by MickT I'm sure there's a point where the sailing physics get better.
I guess the hard point would be the ability of the boat to sail well enough to be 'enjoyable' when it is no longer a fishing boat.
The Bark is Worse than the Bight Prehaps you may cobble this simple Bark together in your basement in your spare tyme? Location: California This one might be a bit small for what you want but it might give some ideas. Location: Ottawa I just skimmed quickly threw this thread, I've been away from the forum for the past few weeks as I'm trying to get as much done as possible before winter really hits us. This boat (transport boat) is a good example of those later working vessels which went from primary sail, to engine and now back to sail as a tourist vessel.
Here's a neat website which lists some fishing Tuna boats from a small region of Brittany around Douarnenez starting around the late '30's.
However, to easily get a 40 percent increase in fuel economy plus 15 percent increase in horsepower see the use of self-generated hydrogen gas to supplement diesel engines. The October 2010 issue of National Fisherman has an article on the TERRI'S GALE, a troller actively fishing out of San Pedro CA, who is getting wonderful results from his experiments with homemade equipment.
Location: spain What would be interesting to know is how you handle a vessel when offshore longlineing. It features a wide beam, outboard well, stability at rest and can be customized to suit most set-ups.
The lower hull is designed to allow water to flow under the frames towards the rear of the vessel by using raised longitudinal battens. We also provide all the information required for the boat builder to complete the builders (CNC Cutting) plate. I can do detail design, lofting and NC cutting but in need of help and opinion of the guys who build and operate simmilar boat.
I learn something new every day but this implies that they also let the pots hit and drag up the side of their boat - I couldn't imagine. First look around the area you are going to fish in, see what the other fishermen are using. Smyth boats are the product of hands on experience, strong work values and a passion for boats. He can now consider if he is willing to pay for the carrying capacity and performance of this size of vessel, which probably meets his original requirements very well, or pay less and accept the lesser performance of the shorter alternatives.
A Southeast Alaskan troller is not a good investment but you would have a hard time convincing many who do it to do anything else. There is a different type of longlining called vertical longlining, in which hooks are set vertically down the mainline, 4 or 5 to the string. With loose footed or boomless gaff sail it's tricing up the tack and maybe ease the peak halyard some. I want the hull to be very stable at anchor but also to be able to achieve speeds of 35knt with no more than a 90hp outboard. The hull is a development of proven lines by Charlie Giffard of Strathclyde Maritime Design, optimised for large load capacity and excellent seakeeping in exposed waters. Properly frozen product is better that most fresh, it's just taking a while to convince people of that.
Dislike of working for others, or dealing with some of the stress involved in running a boat in most other fisheries is what they call an externality. I think, with trolling poles, jigging machines, a longline reel, and 30 tons blast freezing capacity, you'd have a good platform for exploring new fisheries options in the Pacific.
Look at the price difference the tuna guys got when they started calling it Ahi, instead of yellowfin, and Mahi-Mahi, instead of dolphin.
I'm confident I could catch all the skipjack I could process, and possibly do well on bigeye and yellowfin too. Actually I'd say from my point of view that there is no sexer boat as a working sailing vessel, I'll call those He's. Around '50, '60 many fishing sailboats were converted in motor boats but kept a stub mast with an auxiliary sail.
More power = bigger sails = more initial cost and maintenance = more difficult to handle etc.
I was down in Fjordland, south island New Zealand and was struck by the idea of returning, the PML would be the ideal vessel.

I understand that it have to be some trades off in particulars but would like to find the design to start. Each area usually has a distinct modification of a boat developed both in New England and Nova Scotia called the NOVI. Been told that they have regulation for fishing fleet according to boat length and obviously people try to squeeze maximum free deck on them. She has a traditional layout of forward wheelhouse and accommodation, with a large clear working deck.
The hullform combines very large load capacity with optimum performance, and is idealĀ for demanding roles in restricted draught areas.
This is already done with albacore, but there you have the problem of a lot of vessels trying to do the same thing, which floods the market. A high-seas permit from NMFS only costs $47, versus $130,000 for a Southeast Alaska seine permit. If the hold capacity went down to 10 tons, would there be a big difference, or is it close to the same problem?
Problem is (I've worked both on trollers and I'm a long-time commercial sailor) since you can't always sail the direction you want to fish in, you wind up using the engine anyway. That downeaster looks well suited - I like how the pulling station is well protected from weather.
The modifications are for good reason thru trial and error relating to the prevalent local sea state.Believe me even a distance of 100 miles will show some slight modification to better cope with the conditions.
I think a vessel pulling into San Francisco or San Diego in March with 30-40,000 pounds of blast frozen Yellowfin, Big Eye, and Skipjack steaks and fillets could easily gross 125k if you could take a month to sell it. This is not something that can be accurately determined, which is why i'd want the bigger hold. You get tired enough fishing and running the boat on autopilot there's nothing left over for handling sail, which can be challenging and exhausting no matter what gee-whiz roller snarlers the chandlery got you to buy. Example if the area is shallow water subject to fast tides creating alot of steep seas i'll bet you find the local boats have their bows flared into a design we call the Nortumberland Straight Bow.You don't need anyone to design a boat there are many used but in excellent condition for sale in Nova Scotia alone and if you want a new one i can recommend La Blanc Boats here just south of Lunenburg as well i am sure many more builders on Maine. Here is a link to standard tuna longlining operation for micheal pierzga and others who havent seen it.
Having the boat be the cold storage, you could talk to buyers in Vegas, Phoenix, Sacramento, and possibly gross more. Everything breaks, and sailboats have to be very simple and rugged to survive as commercial profit makers.
If you are tied down to not maneuver, definately harder to keep a proper angle on the pot line. Planned fishing grounds would be the Eastern Pacific, which is about a 2 to 3 thousand mile run from San Diego. So the sailing physics would determine what i'd try, as would the ability to modify an existing hull. Another reason is that the shelter and gear requirements for fishing raise freeboard, cutting available room for possible sails and adding drag. I have a feeling that these boats are also singlehanded, as well, to add another dimension.
Don't recommend glass over wood as many of these are older boats that were worn out and leaking so were patched over with glass to get a few more years lifespan. You could also fish the Western Pacific in the winter, but it wouldn't really be feasible to come back to sell the fish. Pulling a set of trolling gear needs power beyond that required to sail the boat, so the sails need to be bigger yet. Do they need to go fast, or could one of the wider designs like out here, or a cat like the one fellow suggested, be used? Check KIJIJI, Halifax, under heading boats, i seem to recall a few glass lobster boats as they are called locally for sale. TAD's photo shows a typical Novi, TAD, i'm impresses you are familiar with these, then why should i be surprised.Hope this helps, Geo. In the summer the boat could fish Troll Albacore with all the other boats, although I would plan on keeping my menhaden job to start(April-Oct).

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