Looking out the window of the design office here in Center Harbor, we have a stunning view across the islands that dot Eggemoggin Reach. It’s difficult not to get carried away with the dream of a small, simple boat for spontaneous trip out to an island or a day exploring some of the seldom-visited beaches that dot the coast. That boat would also need to be capable of handling the seas the Atlantic often sends our way. The design of this saltwater runabout was a result of that dream.
She draws inspiration from the utility boats ubiquitous in the Bahamas, where dealing with open water conditions is a given. The round bilged hull with moderate deadrise provides a smooth ride across a wide speed range, even when the seas get rough. Generous flare forwards with a hint of tumblehome aft give the boat a salty, yet refined, look. Her spacious cockpit and storage cuddy forward provide plenty of space for friends, coolers, and anything else one could need for a day on the water.