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Young Brothers 45' sportsfishing/pleasure vessel "Hey Jude"

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Name of boat: “Hey Jude”
Designer: Young Brothers, Ernest Libby, JR.
Builder/Finisher: SW Boatworks
Owner: Greg Dent
Dimensions: 45 x 15
Yacht/sport fishing: yes
Hull: cored
Top: custom
Accommodation: forward state room, 2 stbd. Bunks, closet, full head with galley up
Deck: fiberglass i-beams, coosa board deck framing
Hatches: Bomar
Power: c-18 CAT 1150 hp
Startup/sea trials: Billings Diesel
Generator 12KW: Northern Lights
Exhaust: Soundown
Sound Insulation: Soundown, full sound package
Air Conditioning: Marine Air – Ocean Options
Refigerator: Isotherm 160 light drawer type fridge & freezer
Fresh Water System: Johnson
Hot water system: Atwood
Salt water wash down: 12 volt Shurflow
Shaft: 2 ¾ aquamet 22 – Ron Thomas
Propeller: 4 blade nybrol- Nautilus Marine
Rudder: S/S Esposito’s Welding
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Esposito’s Welding
Electronics: Garmen
Wiring: Kramp Electronics
Controls: ZF electric shift
Fuel Tank: 80 Gallons total 4 tanks, - Espositos
Windows/doors: Diamond Sea Glaze
Fiberglass materials: Composites One
Building supplies: Hamilton Marine, Kellogg
Fasteners: KL Jack
Upholstery: Sanborn Upholstery
Cabinets/Doors/complete Wood Work: Scott Edgerly, cherry interior
Lettering: Tidal Graphics
Trucking/Hauling: Hopkins Transport – dockage & launching Ables Marine
Speed: 28 KTS knots
Fuel Burn: 20 kt cruise 33 gph
Owner comments: Very impressed with the performance and finished out come. This is one of three 45 Young Brothers in production at SW Boatworks at this time.

R/V Petrel-36' Calvin Beal Research Vessel-Stockton University NJ

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Name of boat: R/V Petrel
Description: 36 Calvin Beal
Owner: Stockton University, New Jersey
Builder: SW Boatworks
Finisher: SW Boatworks and Jersey Cape Yachts
Fishery: Research Vessel. Vessel will engage in near-shore oceanography, teaching, research, marine biology activities and oyster restoration. Work will include side scan sonar surveys, bathymetry surveys, ROV and dive operations, current profiling, deployment of bottom mounted sensors and data buoys, biological sampling, oyster bed monitoring, and transplant, restoration activities for shell and live oysters.
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Foam Core
Deck: Coosa board 3/4" Bluewater 26 - 3 layers glass
Hatches: Bomar - Hamilton
Power: QSC 8.3 550HP - owner supply
Startup/Sea Trials: Owner supply
Shaft: 2 ¼: aquamet 22- Ron Thomas
Propeller: Owner supply
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Esposito’s Welding / Nautilus Marine
Electronics: Ruruno MFD12, MFD 8, radar, sounder, AIS, ICOM radios-Owner supplied
Wiring: Jersey Cape Yachts
A/C: 16000 BTU Crusair
Genset: 10KW Westerbeke
Controls: Glendenning with back up system
Fuel Tanks: 400 gallon Fiberglass/ SW Boatworks
Windows: Marine lite
Speed: 19 knots med.cruise. 24 knots WOT
Exhaust: 8” Wet exhaust-Soundown
Marine Hardware/building supplies/equip: Hamilton Marine/Kellogg
Trucking/hauling: Murphy Yacht/Journeys end/O’Hara trucking
Owner Comments: “I literally could not stop looking at and re-organizing my photos and video today. Seeing her out of the shop for the full profile was awesome. I could not be happier with your shop’s work, and I will be certain that I promote that quality to all I speak with. So far as the quality and professionalism of SW Boatworks – I could not say more, rock solid construction and total professionalism in all dealings, period.” —Steven Evert, Assistant Director, Academic Laboratories and Field Facilities, Stockton University of New Jersey-Marine Science and Environmental Field Station

Elizabeth Grace - 38' Calvin Beal

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Name of boat: Elizabeth Grace
Designer: 38 Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Builder: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Finisher: SW Boatworks
Owner: Jay Clough
Dimensions: 38’9” L x 15’W 14’2” Transom D 4’2”
Fishery: Lobster
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Foam Core
Deck: 3” fiberglass I-beams with coosa board deck skin and 3 layers of glass
Power: 700 Volvo-ZF 360A 2.48:1 reduction
Startup/Sea Trials: Billings Marine
Shaft: 2 ½” RE Thomas
Propeller: DQ469 Nibral 4 blade 34”x40” Left hand-Nautilus
Steering/Hydraulics: Lonnie Hydraulics - 17” hauler
Metal Fabrication: Esposito’s Welding
Electronics/Wiring: Kramp Electronic
Hatches: Anchor and Custom tank hatches by Esposito’s Welding
Controls: Kobelt
Fuel Tanks: Fiberglass-SW Boatworks
Windows/Doors: Boman - Nautilus Marine
Trucking/hauling: Ron Murphy
Lettering: Tidal Graphics
Speed: 30mph

Back Draft - 36' Calvin Beal

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Name of boat: Back Draft
Description: 36 Calvin Beal
Owner: Quinten Toothaker, Harpswell, Maine
Builder: SW Boatworks
Finisher: SW Boatworks
Fishery: Lobster
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Foam Core
Deck: Coosa Board 3/4 bluewater 26
Hatches: Ancor
Power: Cummins QSC 8.3 500HP
Startup/sea trials: Billings Diesel
Shaft: Aquamet 22 2” – Ron Thomas
Propeller: 4 blade 2 ¼” bore, mang. Bronze with #2 cup – Nautilus Marine
Steering/Hydraulics: Lonnie Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Esposito’s Welding / Nautilus Marine
Electronics: Owner supplied
Wiring: SW Boatworks
Controls: Kobelt
Fuel Tank: Dual 300 gallon -Esposito’s Welding
Windows: Wynne
Speed: 26.2 knots
Lettering: Tidal Graphics
Trucking/hauling: Ron Murphy
Marine Hardware/building supplies/ equipment : Hamilton Marine / Kellogg

F/V Tuna.com - 44' Calvin Beal

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Name of boat: Tuna.com
Designer: Calvin Beal
Builder/Finisher: SW Boatworks
Owner: Dave Carraro
Dimensions: 44’ Beam 17’6”
Yacht/Sport Fishing: Tuna fishing / Charters
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Molded Custom: house moved ahead 20” and lengthened
Acccommodation: V-Berth, Head with shower/ tackle work station with sink
Deck: Fiberglass I – beams/ coosa board Blue water 26
Hatches: Bomar and custom hatches by Esposito’s Welding
Power: C18 CAT – Transmission – twin disc MGX5135A with EC 300 controls 2.04:1
Startup/sea trials: Billings Diesel
Generator: Northern Lights
Exhaust: Soundown Vernofift, custom
Sound Insulation: Soundown
Air Conditioning: Pompanette
Fresh Water System: 100 gal poly
Hot Water System: Atwood
Salt Water Wash Down: (2) 1 ¼ jabsco, shurflo 12vlt
Shaft: 2 ½” 14’6” length Aquamet 22 – Ron Thomas
Propeller: 4 blade Nybro L, Michigan DQ486 Acutech 32… 34 pitch cup: .030
Rudder: 2.5” Espositos welding
Steering/Hydraulics: Lonnie Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Esposito’s Welding / Nautilus Marine
Electronics: SIMRAD, supplied by BOE
Wiring: Kramp Electronics
Controls: 2F Micro Command
Fuel Tank: 800 gallons, 2 aluminum – Espositos Welding
Windows/Doors: Diamond Seaglaze
Fiberglass Materials: Comp 1
Building Supplies: Hamilton Marine; Napa; Maine Coast Lumber; KL Jack, CW Hayden, Lawson
Upholstery: Sanborn upholstery
Wood Work: Edgerly Woodworking/ drawer, hatch inserts
Trucking/hauling: Ron Murphy
Speed: 25 knots

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F/V All Out - 38' Calvin Beal

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Name of boat: “All Out”
Description: 38' Calvin Beal
Owner: Nick Page
Builder: SW Boatworks
Finisher: SW Boatworks
Fishery: Lobster
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Foam Core
Deck: Coosa Board ¾ bluewater 26, 3 Layers fiberglass, fiberglass I-beams
Hatches: Bomar/Anchor. Custom hatches by Esposito’s welding
Power: 750 John Deere – Minots Diesel Marine
Startup/sea trials: Minot Diesel Marine
Shaft: 2 ½ aqument 22 – Ron Thomas
Propeller: 32-38 -4 Blade – Minots Diesel Marine
Steering/Hydraulics: Lonnie Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Esposito’s Welding / Nautilus Marine
Electronics: Midcoast marine
Wiring: Midcoast marine
Controls: Kobelt
Fuel Tank: 400 gallon fiberglass – SW Boatworks
Windows: Diamond Seaglaze
Speed: 26 knots
Trucking/hauling: Ron Murphy
Marine Hardware/building supplies/equipment: Hamilton Marine / Kellogg

36' Calvin Beal Black Pearl

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Boat Name: Black Pearl
Description: 36’ Calvin Beal
Owner: Phil Black
Builder: SW Boatworks
Finisher: SW Boatworks
Fishery: Lobster
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Foam Core
Deck: Coosa board ¾” bluewater 26, 3 Layers of fiberglass, fiberglass I-beams
Hatches: Anchor
Power: Cummins QSL9 405 - Billings Diesel
Startup/sea trials: Billings Diesel
Shaft: Aquamet 22 2” - Ron Thomas
Propeller: 28" 32 Pitch 4 blade 2" bore - Nautilus Marine
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics / Lonnie Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Espositos Welding / Nautilus Marine
Electronics: Owner supplied
Wiring: Kramps Electronics
Controls: Kobelt
Fuel Tank: dual 300 gallons aluminum - Espositos Welding
Windows: Wynne
Speed: 24 knots at launch
Fuel Burn: TBD at launch
Lettering: Renee Trust
Trucking/hauling: Ron Murphy
Marine Hardware/building supplies/equipment: Hamilton Marine / Kellogg
Owner Comments: I am speechless! I would have never dreamed it would come out so good and so way beyond my expectations. It was a very good experience from everyone all the way around at SW Boatworks. I am very pleased. —Phil Black

46' Wesmac Jessica Laura

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Boat Name: Jessica Laura
Description: Wesmac 46’, Surry, Maine
Finisher: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Fishery: Lobster Fishing
Hull: Solid Fiberglass, Center fish hold
Top: Molded Foam Core, Split Wheel House
Deck: Fiberglass I- Beams, ¾” Coosa board with 3 Layers of fiberglass
Hatches: Bomar
Power: C-18 Cat 1000 hp w/zf 500A 2 to 1 gear ratio Billings Diesel
Startup/sea trials: Billings Diesel and Marine
Shaft: 2.5” Stainless Steel, Cutlass, self aligning stuffing box and rudder box. RE Thomas
Propeller: 32 x 36.5 w/cup 4 blade LH
Steering/Hydraulics: Dual Ram, Dual Station Steering 14” S/S Hauler With Clutchable PTO. Marine Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: S/S Davit, Aluminum Radar Mast, Deck Hardware. Espositos Welding, Surry, Maine
Electronics: Dual systems. GPS Chartplotter, Radars, Bottom Machines, Auto Pilot, VHF, Stereo and Sonar-MidCoast Marine Electronics
Wiring: Kramps Electronics
Controls: Kobelt
Fuel Tank: 600 gallons, Aluminum, cold tarred epoxied, Espositos Welding
Windows: Diamond Sea Glaze
Speed: 33 KTS GPS

New 30' Calvin Beal Stormy Gale

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Boat Name: Stormy Gale
Description: new 30' Calvin Beal
Owner: Brennan Dyer, Vinalhaven Maine
Builder: SW Boatworks
Finisher: SW Boatworks
Fishery: Lobster fishing
Hull: solid fiberglass by SW Boatworks
Top: custom fiberglass by SW Boatworks
Deck: composite
Hatches: Bomar
Power: 355 John Deere
Startup/sea trials: Startup- SW Boatworks/ Sea Trials Minotts Diesel
Shaft: 2” Aquamett 22- Ron Thomas
Propeller: 28 x 34.6 w/#5 cup
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Esposito’s Welding Surry, ME
Electronics: Kramp
Wiring: Will Duffy- SW Boatworks
Controls: Kobelt
Fuel Tank: 110 Gallon fiberglass under stern deck, SW Boatworks
Windows: Wynne
Speed: 33 MPH GPS
Builder: This is the first 30 Calvin Beal out of the mold. We used the 34 CB top and shrunk it to fit. We are very happy with its appearance and performance. This boat was built for hard working lobster fishing, so it was a lot heavier than it could have been. It was very stable and comfortable under foot. She went very well.

45' Young Brothers lobster boat

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Description: 45' Young Brothers lobster boat
Owner: Nick Hawke, South Port, Maine
Fishery: Lobster Fishing
Hull: Solid Fiberglass by SW Boatworks, 1 Center fishold w/storage outboard
Top: Custom lobster top, Andy & Nick Hawke, Randy Young
Deck: 2x4 frame, 3/4 coosa board, glassed over
Hatches: 7 - Anchor, 2 Deck fill
Power: 750 Scanya D13 w/zf 2.19 to 1 ratio- Minott's Diesel, Brunswick, Maine
Sea Trials: Minott's Diesel
Shaft: 2.5" S/S, PYI shaft seal, shaft tube
Propeller: 34x34 4 blade ZF- Roses Marine, Minott's Diesel
Steering/Hydraulics: Dual Ram, Dual Steering, 17", S/S hauler running off pto- Lonnies Hydraulics
Fabrication: S/S davit, radar stand, etc.. - Britton, west southport
Electronics: 6ps, chartplotter, radar, bottom machine, auto pilot, VHF
- Nelson Marine, Nobleboro and Marine wiring Electronics of Boothbay
Wiring: Marine Wiring electronics of Boothbay
Controls: Kobelt
Fuel Tank: 500 gallon fiberglass
Windows: Wynne enterprises, Alabama
Speed: 26 kts( 30mph)
Fuel Burn: @1800 rpm speed 18kts (20.8mph) fuel burn is 15.7 gph

Owner comments: We are happy with the performance and the fuel efficiency of this boat. We are very thankful to Grover's Hardware, Hamilton Marine, Composites 1 for supplying most of our needs. A Special Thank you to Randy Young for an outstanding job on our new boat!!!

Dirigo II

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Name: Dirigo II
Designer: Calvin Beal Jr, Beals, Maine
Builder/Finisher: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Owner: State Of Maine…Marine Patrol
Dimensions: 38’9” L x 15’ W x 14’2” Transom…Draft 4’2”
Lobster Fishing Design: Custom Build for Law Enforcement
Hull: Solid Fiberglass, Watertight Lazerette, Open Stern
Top: Molded Foam Core
Accommodation: Sealand Vacuum Flush Head, 2 Berths, Head, Gear Locker, Simple
Galley Down
Deck: PT 2x4, ¾” Coosa Board With 3 Layers of Fiberglass , Floating Floor in split wheelhouse
Hatches: Bomar, Anchor
Power: CAT C12 700 HP 2.41:1
Start Up/Sea Trials: Billings Diesel
Inverter: 3000 watt
Exhaust: Wet Riser with 8” Surge Tube, Sound Down Muffler, S/S Transom Exit- Esposito’s Welding
Sound Insulation: Complete Sound Proof Package-Sound Down
Fresh Water System: With 35 Gallon Poly Water Tank
Salt Water Wash Down: 1.25 Jabsco
Shaft: 2.50” Stainless Steel, Cutlass, Self Aligning Box-RE Thomas
Propeller: 4 Blade LH 34x36-Nautilus Marine
Rudder: S/S with 2.5” Post-Espositio Welding
Steering/Hydraulics: Dual Ram Steering, Dual Station, 14” s/s hauler-Marine Hydraulics
All Metal Fabrication: Aluminum Radar Mast, Davit, etc-Esposito’s Welding
Wiring: Kramp Electronics
Electronics: Sawyer and Whitten
LED Lighting: Jason Joyce
Quick Launch/retrieve: Onboard RHI Cradle System with 8000lb, 12 Vlt Pull Aboard Wench System-Esposito’s Welding
Controls: Kobelt
Fuel Tanks: 300 gallons, Aluminum-Esposito’s Welding
Windows/ Doors: Bomon-Nautilus Marine
Fiberglass Materials: Composites One
Building Supplies: Hamilton Marine, Kellogg Marine, West Marine
Fasteners: KL Jack
Upholstery: Sanborn’s Upholstery
Cabinets/Doors/Complete Wood Work: SW Boatworks
Lettering: Tidal Graphics
Trucking/ Hauling: Ron Murphy
Speed: 30 mph

 

46' Javin Edward

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Hull/Top: Wesmac 46’ Surry, Maine
Finisher: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Fishery: Lobster Fishing
Hull: Solid Fiberglass, 1 Center fish hold
Top: Molded Foam Core, Split Wheel House
Deck: Fiberglass I- Beams, ¾” Coosa board with 3 Layers of fiberglass
Hatches: Bomar
Power: C-18 Cat 1000 hp w/zf 500A 2 to 1 gear ratio Billings Diesel
Exhaust: Wet 6” Dual Risers with 8” fiberglass exhaust and Soundown Mufflers
Start up/Sea Trials: Billings Diesel and Marine
Shaft: 2.5” Stainless Steel, Cutlass, PYI shaft seal and rudder box. Ron Thomas, Hancock, Maine
Propeller: 32 x 37.5 Full cup 4 blade LHSteering/Hydraulics: Dual Ram, Dual Station Steering 14” S/S Hauler With Clutchable PTO. Marine Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: S/S Davit ,Aluminum Radar Mast,Deck Hardware. Espositos Welding, Surry, Maine
Electronics: dual systems. GPS Chartplotter,Radars,Bottom Machines, Auto Pilot, VHF Pete’s Electronics
Wiring Kramps Electronics,Tremont, Maine
Hatches: Bomar
Controls: Kobelt
Fuel Tanks: 600 gallons, Aluminum,Cold tarred epoxied, Espositos Welding
Windows: Diamond Sea Glaze, H+H Propellor
Speed: 29 KTS GPS

40' Lucky Catch

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40 feet long with a 15-foot beam and a draft of just over 4 feet.

Name: LUCKY CATCH, Coast Guard inspected passenger vessel
Designer: 40’ RP Willis Beal, Beals, Maine
Finisher: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Owner: Capt. Tom Martin Portland, Maine
Dimensions: 40’ x 15’
Fishery: Lobster Fishing, Sightseeing Cruises
Hull: Solid Fiberglass, 1 Fish Hold, Lobster Tank
Top: Molded Balsa Core
Winter Back: Removable with sliding door and one swing door
Power: C-7 Cat 460 hp w/Twin Disc 5075A 2 .53:1 gear ratio Southworth Milton Cat
Speed: 19 knots
Start up/Sea Trials: Billings Diesel and Marine
Shaft: 2 1/2 Stainless Steel, Cutlass, PYI shaft seal and rudder boxes, H&H Propeller, Rose’s Marine, and Ron Thomas
Propeller: 28 x 27 4 blade LH, H&H Propeller
Fixed Fire Fighting: Fire Boy Hamilton Marine
Remote/Shut off: for engine ventilation
Steering/Hydraulics: 14” S/S hauler, Dual ram steering Marine Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Espositos Welding, C&C Machine, Whitetail Welding
Wet Exhaust: 8” Donovan Marine
Electronics/Wiring: Kramp Electronics
Hatches: Bomar, Anchor Hamilton Marine
Controls: Kobelt Roses Marine
Fuel Tanks: 500 gallons, Aluminum, Espositos Welding
Windows: Wynne Enterprise Alabama
Fiberglass products: Composite One
Marine hardware/building supplies/equipment: Hamilton Marine, Lewis Marine, Kellogg Marine
Exhaust Blankets: Infab Refractories
Fasteners: KL Jack
Trucking/Hauling: Malcolm Pettegrows
Lettering: Tidal Graphics Southwest Harbor

38' Catman

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Name: CATMAN
Designer: 38’ Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Finisher: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Owner: Bruce Young Bar Harbor, Maine
Dimensions: 38’ x 15.6’
Fishery: Lobster Fishing
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Molded
Engine: C-15 Cat 850 hp w/Twin Disc 2:1 gear ratio, Southworth Milton Cat
Speed: 31 knts
Start up/Sea Trials: Billings Diesel and Marine
Shaft: 2 ½” Stainless Steel, Cutlass, PYI shaft seal and rudder boxes, H&H Propeller, Rose’s Marine, and Ron Thomas
Propeller: 34x36 4 blade LH, H&H Propeller
Steering/Hydraulics: 14” S/S hauler, Dual ram steering Marine Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Espositos Welding, C&C Machine, Whitetail Welding
Wet Exhaust: 10” Donovan Marine
Electronics/Wiring: Will Duffy, SW Boatworks
Hatches: Bomar, Hamilton Marine
Controls: Morse Hamilton Marine
Fuel Tanks: 500 gallons, Fiberglass
Windows Wynne Enterprise, Alabama
Fiberglass products: Composite One
Marine hardware/building supplies/equipment: Hamilton Marine, Lewis Marine, Kellogg Marine
Exhaust Blankets: Infab Refractories
Fasteners: KL Jack
Trucking/Hauling: Malcolm Pettegrows
Lettering: Stick It Where, Stonington, Maine

 

36' Last Time

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Builder’s Comments: This boat started out on speculation, then sold during construction. At that time, we switched gears to the customer’s request to construct a boat similar to his old boat. The owner and I are very pleased with the results. –Stewart Workman, SW Boatworks

Name: Last Time
Designer: Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Finisher: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Owner: Alan Post, Tenants Harbor, Maine
Dimensions: 36 x 13’ 9” x 4
Fishery: Lobster Fishing
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Molded Balsa Core
Power: C-9 500 hp CAT w/twin disc 2 to 1 gear ratio, Southworth Milton Cat
Start up/Sea Trials: Billings Diesel and Marine
Shaft: 2” Stainless Steel, Cutlass, PYI shaft seal and rudder boxes
H&H Propeller, Rose’s Marine, and Ron Thomas
Propeller: 28x26 med cup 4 blade LH, H&H Propeller
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Esposito Welding, C & C Machine, Whitetail Welding
Exhaust 8” Wet: Donovan
Wiring: Kramp Electronics
Hatches: 24x24 Freeman
Controls: Kobelt
Fuel Tanks: 300 gallon, Fiberglass, Raccoon Cove Boat
Windows: Wynne Enterprise
Fiberglass products: Composite One
Marine hardware/building supplies/equipment: Hamilton Marine, Lewis Marine, Kellogg Marine
Exhaust Blankets: Infab Refractories
Fasteners: KL Jack
Trucking/Hauling: Malcolm Pettegrows
Lettering: Tidal Graphics
Speed: 20 knots w/cage

 

46' Jarsulan

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Name: Jarsulan 4
Hull/Top: Wesmac 46’, Surry, Maine
Finisher: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Owner: Brent Oliver, Stonington, Maine
Fishery: Lobster Fishing
Hull: Solid Fiberglass, 1 Center fish hold
Top: Molded Foam Core
Power: C-18 Cat 1000 hp w/zf 500A 2 to 1 gear ratio, Billing Diesel and Marine
Start up/Sea Trials: Billings Diesel and Marine
Shaft: 2.5” Stainless Steel, Cutlass, PYI shaft seal and rudder boxes, H&H Propeller, Rose’s Marine, and Ron Thomas
Propeller: 32 x 36.5 Full cup 4 blade RH
Owner Provided, Reconditioned by Esposito Welding
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: David Eaton, Esposito Welding, C & C Machine, Nautilus Marine, Whitetail Welding
Electronics/Wiring: Blackmore Electronics
Hatches: Bomar
Controls: Kobelt
Fuel Tanks: 600 gallons, Fiberglass
Windows: Marinelite, Canada
Fiberglass products: Composite One
Marine hardware/building supplies/equipment: Hamilton Marine, Lewis Marine, Kellogg Marine
Fasteners: KL Jack
Trucking/Hauling: Malcolm Pettegrows, Billings Diesel and Marine
Lettering: Stick It Where?
Speed: 34 mph GPS