Powerboat Designs by Brooklin Boat Yard
This lobster-yacht was drawn up for a client with a unique set of requirements. Designed for day trips and cruising in the sometimes rough waters of the Bahamas, this hard-chine modified V hull with propeller tunnel combines high cruise speed and shallow draft with...
This high-speed, express cruiser packs a lot into its elegant and sleek body. The hull, designed by Michael Peters, provides a fast and comfortable ride, all with a striking appearance.
The latest 58’ Cruising Motor yacht from Brooklin Boat Yard is the designed to be as comfortable on the dock as it is cruising in open seas. Built to cater to the cruising owner, her interior features two separate, but fully outfitted cabins, allowing privacy between owner and guests
The new Brooklin Boat Yard 65’ cold-molded Sportfish has a Hunt deep-vee hull and serious offshore capabilities: strong and robust, comfortable and dry.
The design brief for this project specified a luxury dayboat capable of day long cruising at high speeds without compromising comfort. Easier said than done. We asked Michael Peters, master of the performance sport boat, to design a hull that would provide a comfortable ride at at high speeds.
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.
The Eggemoggin 45 is based on an unrealized design from the Joel White archives. Inspired by Ray Hunt’s STINGRAY, Joel drew this boat as an express cruiser with a turn of speed. While at first glance it would be easy to mistake her for a classic, her advanced hull gives the performance expected from a modern yacht.
Please see our listing on YachtWorld for more information and pictures. Contact us to discuss customization or view more powerboat designs. Year:, 2014 Current...