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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.

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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34' Calvin Beal Pleasure Cruiser "Eleanor Cross"

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Name of boat: Eleanor Cross
Description: 34' Calvin Beal pleasure cruiser
Owner: Dave and Kathy Donahue, Scituate, Mass.
Builder / Finisher: SW Boatworks, Lamoine Maine
Dimensions: 34'L x l3'W x 12'; 4" transom; D 3' 10"
Hull: Solid fiberglass, water tight lazerette
Top: Custom Molded Foam Core
Hull color: Agua mist
Accommodations: Sealand vacuum flush head, full V-berth, shower/tread combo, gear locker, full galley up, Force 10 propane stove top and oven
Deck: fiberglass I-beam, coosa board-fiberglass over, non-skid finish
Hatches: 2-24x 24 Bomar
Power: QSB 6.7 480 HP
Startup/sea trials: James Rich Boatyard
Shaft: 2" Aquamet 22 - Ron Thomas
Propeller: 28 x24 4 Blade
Exhaust: Wet riser with 8' surge tube, Soundown muffler, s/s, transom exit
Insulation: Full Soundown package
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics
Hot water system: Attwood 12 gal hot water heater
Washdown: Salt water/fresh water
Rudder: S/s rudder-Esposito's Welding
Cabinet/doors/complete wood work: Cherry wood - Scott Edgerly
Metal Fabrication: Esposito's welding
Electronics: owner supplied / Garmin
Wiring: Kramp Electronics
Controls: Kobelt
Inverter: 12 V, 110 V
Fuel Tank: Aluminum 300 gallons - Esposito's Welding
Windows: Diamond Sea Glaze
Upholstery: Sanborn's Upholstery
Lettering: Tidal Graphics
Speed: Cruise 16kts; WOT- 20kts
Fuel Burn: @16 kts - 15 gallons perhour
Dockage / Hauling / Launching: Ron Murphy, Able's Marine

38' Calvin Beal "Miss Maggie II"

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Name: Miss Maggie II
Designer: Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Builder/Finisher: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Owner: Robert Amoroso, Long Island, New York
Dimensions: 38’ 9” L x 15’ W 14’2” Transom D 4’2”
Yacht/Sport Fishing Custom Built
Hull: Solid Fiberglass, Insulated Fish Hold, Transom Livewell, Watertight Lazerette
Top: Molded Foam Core
Awl Grip: Boot Top & Rails, Glendon Stanley
Accomodation: Sealand Vacuum Flush Head, 1 Berth, Shower/Head, Closet & Gear Locker Down Below, Full Galley Down
Deck: Fiberglass I-Beams, ¾” Coosa Board with 3 Layers of Fiberglass, Gelcoated Floors in Salon/Down Forward
Hatches: Freeman, H & H Propellor
Power: Cummins QSM11 715 HP ZF 325-1 2.03:1 Gear, Aqua Drive Shaft/Engine Connection
Start Up/Sea Trials: James Rich Boat Yard
Generator: Kohler, Solar Marine
Exhaust: Wet Riser with 8” Surge Tube and Sound Down Muffler, S/S Transom Exit,
C+C Machine Shop
Sound Insulation: Sound Down
Air Conditioning: Marine Air Refrigerator
Fresh Water System: With 100 Gallon Poly Water Tank Hot Water System
Salt Water Wash Down: 12V Flo Jet Blaster Pump
Shaft: 2.50” Stainless Steel, Cutlass, PYI Shaft Seal and Rudder Box, Ron Thomas
Propellor: 4 Blade LH 30 x 28 Nautilus Marine
Rudder: S/S with 2.5” post, Espositos Welding
Steering/Hydraulics: Dual Ram Steering, Marine Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Aluminum Radar Mast, Espositos Welding, C+C Machine Shop
Electronics: Kramp Electronics
Wiring: Kramp Electronics
Controls: Manual, Kobelt
Fuel Tanks: 500 Gallons, Aluminum, Espositos Welding
Window/Doors: Diamond Sea Glaze
Fiberglass Materials: Composites One
Building Supplies: Hamilton Marine, Kellogg Marine, West Marine
Fasteners: KL Jack
Upholstery: Sanborns Upholstery
Cabinets/Doors/Complete Wood Work: Scott Edgerly
Lettering: Tidal Graphics
Trucking/Hauling: Toppins/Ron Murphy/Ables Marine
Speed: 25 Knots E

Owner's Comments: SW Boatworks: We wanted to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for Wednesday's festivities at the launch of Miss Maggie II. We can't even find the words to describe how much it meant to us. When Miss Maggie II was being lowered into the water we were both getting "choked up".

Owning a boat like MMII has been a dream of ours for a long time. We never imagined she would be so well built and so beautiful. The project has been one of the most exciting things we have ever done . . . and working with you guys has made it even better.

Thanks again.
Rebecca and Bob Amoroso, Owners of Miss Maggie II

38' Calvin Beal "Gertrude Steele"

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Name: Gertrude Steele
Designer: Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Builder/Finisher: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Owner: John Roth, York, Maine
Dimensions: 38’9” L x 15’W 14’2” Transom D 4’2”
Yacht/Sport Fishing: Custom Built
Hull: Solid Fiberglass, Insulated Fish hold, Transom Livewell, Watertight lazerette
Top: Molded Foam Core
Awl Grip, Hull: Flag Blue, Glendon Stanley
Accommodation: Sealand Vacuum Flush Head, 3 Berths, Shower/Head, closet & gear locker down below, Full Galley Up
Deck: Fiberglass I- Beams, ¾” Coosa Board With 3 Layers of Fiberglass, Teak/Holly Floors In Salon/Down Fwd
Hatches: Freeman H+H Propellor
Power: Cummins QSM11 670 HP ZF 325A 2.03:1 Gear
Start up/Sea Trials: Billings Diesel
Generator: Northern Lights Toppins Diesel
Exhaust: Wet Riser with 8” Surge Tube and Sound Down Muffler, S/S Transom Exit C+C Machine
Sound Insulation: Sound Down
Air Conditioning: Cruisair
Refrigerator
Fresh Water System: With 100 Gallon S/S Water Tank
Hot water System
Salt Water Wash Down: 12vlt Flo Jet Blaster Pump
Shaft: 2.50” Stainless Steel, Cutlass, PYI Shaft Seal and Rudder Box Roses Marine, Ron Thomas
Propeller: 4 Blade LH 32x29 Nautilus Marine
Rudder: S/S with 2.5” Post Espositio Welding
Steering/Hydraulics: Dual Ram Steering / Marine Hydraulics/Lonnies Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Aluminum Radar Mast, Noel Redman, Espositos Welding, C+C Machine Shop
Electronics: Owner Supply, Kramp Electronics, Navtronics
Wiring: Kramp Electronics
Controls: Electronic
Fuel Tanks: 500 gallons, Aluminum,Espositos Welding
Windows/ Doors: Diamond Sea Glaze
Fiberglass Materials: Composites One
Building Supplies: Hamilton Marine, Kellogg Marine,West Marine
Fasteners:
KL Jack
Upholstery: Sanborns Upholstery
Cabinets/Doors/Complete Wood Work: Scott Edgerly
Lettering: Tidal Graphics
Trucking/ Hauling: Toppins/Ron Murphy/Abel Marine
Speed: 24.5 MPH

38' Wesmac "Greyback"

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Name: Greyback
Hull/Top: 2009 38’ Wesmac
Finisher: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Owner: John Coppola, Westwood, Ma.
Sport Fishing/Pleasure, Lobster Fishing: Custom Built
Hull: Solid Fiberglass, Fish hold ,Under Deck Livewell, Watertight lazerette
Top: Molded Foam Core, Raritan Head, V Berth Down Below, Full Galley
Deck: Fiberglass I- Beams, 3/4” Penski Board With 3 Layers of Fiberglass
Hatches: Bomar Hamilton Marine
Power: Volvo D9 575 HP ZF 2:1 Gear Ratio Downeast Diesel
Start up/Sea Trials: Downeast Diesel
Exhaust: Wet Riser with 8” Surge Tube and Sound Down Muffler, S/S Transom Exit C+C Machine
Sound Insulation: Sound Down
Air Conditioning: Cruisair
Refrigeration: Isotemp
Fresh Water System: With 60 Gallon Poly Water Tank
Hot water System: Isotemp
Salt Water Wash Down: Jabsco Pump
Shaft: 2.25” Stainless Steel, Cutlass, PYI Shaft Seal and Rudder Box Donavan Marine,Ron Thomas
Propeller: 4 Blade LH 28x30 H+H Propeller
Rudder: S/S with 2” Post Espositio Welding
Steering/Hydraulics: Dual Ram Steering Marine Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Aluminum Radar Mast Espositos Welding , C+C Machine Shop,Whitetail Welding
Electronics: GPS Chartplotter,Radars,Bottom Machines, VHF and Stereo Owner supply
Wiring: Kramp Electronics
Controls: Volvo
Fuel Tanks: 400 gallons, Aluminum Espositos Welding
Windows/Doors: Marinelite
Fiberglass Materials: Composites One
Building Supplies: Hamilton Marine,Kellogg Marine,Lewis Marine,West Marine
Fasteners: KL Jack
Upholstery: Sanborns Upholstery
Cabinets/Doors: Bruce Parlee Carpentry
Lettering: Tidal Graphics
Trucking/ Hauling: Pettegrows
Speed: 25 knts GPS

New 36’ Wayne Beal "Lady D"

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Name: Lady D
Hull/Top: Wayne Beal, Jonesport, Maine
Designer: Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Finisher: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Owner: Frank DiTommaso, Hampton, N.H.
Dimensions: 36’ 6” x 13’ 3”
Fishery: Sport fishing, Pleasure
Hull: Solid Fiberglass, 1 Fish Hold, Live Well, Rigged For Tuna Fishing
Top: Molded Core
Power: C-9 Cat 567 hp w/Twin Disc 5075A 2 .1 gear ratio, Southworth Milton Cat
Speed: Estimated, 25 knots
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: 28 x 30 3 blade LH, H&H Propeller
Steering/Hydraulics: 12” S/S hauler, Dual Station, Dual ram steering Marine Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Espositos Welding, C&C Machine, Whitetail Welding, Nautilus Marine
Wet Exhaust: 8” Donovan Marine
Electronics/Wiring: 8” Will Duffy, Kramp Electronics and Sawyer & Whitten
Hatches: Bomar, Anchor Hamilton Marine
Controls: Kobelt, Roses Marine
Fuel Tanks: 300 Gallon Fiberglass Racoon Cove Boat
Windows/Door: Diamond Sea Glaze
Seats: Llebroc
Cushions: Sanborn Upholstery, Trenton, Maine
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
Builder’s Comments: This boat started out as a spec boat and was sold through our associated brokerage firm, Midcoast Yacht Brokerage. We are currently starting another Spec boat which will be a 38 Wesmac. This boat will be built with lobstering in mind, however, it could easily be redirected to a pleasure or yacht along with sport fishing. Estimated completion date is October 2008.