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Calvin Beal Boats

Mike Gilley, Mike Bellatty, T Trundy, Chuck Bennett

Dimensions:42 x 15 x 42 (14.2 Transom)

Top:Dual Station, foam-cored molded unit

Power:16-730 MAN (730hp @2300RPM) w/2:l 2F 325A marine gear

Shaft:2 1/2 R.E. Thomas Marine Hardware, Kennedy Marine Engineering

Propeller:32 x 34 x 4; Nautilus Marine

Steering/Hydraulics:Kennedy Marine Engineering

Electronics/Wiring:Kennedy Fabrication, Nautilus Marine, Crosbys Welding

Hatches:Bomar (Hamilton) Kennedy Marine Fabrication

Speed:27 knots WOT; 20 Knot Cruise @ 1800rpm

Owners Comments:Chuck Bennett says that Milbridge lobsterman Eric Beals Kimberly Ann (another Calvin 42) was an inspiration in the finishing of his Adelyn Michelle. I love the way Erics 42 sails, says Chuck. He told me that anything I needed to know, just come over and take measurements.

Designer:Calvin Beal Jr, Beals, Maine

Builder:SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine

Finisher:Calvin Beal Jr, Calvin S. Beal

Owner:Calvin S. Beal, Jonesport, Maine

Dimensions:42 x 15 x 4 2 (14 2 Transom)

Power:QSC8.3 Cummins (500 hp @2600rpm) wl2:l Twin Disc Marine gear; Kennedy Marine Engineering

Shaft & Driveline Hardware:2; R.E. Thomas Marine Hardware

Propeller:30 x 27 x 3; Nautilus Marine

Steering/Hydraulics:Marine Hydraulics Engineering Co. Inc.

Metal Fabrication:Kennedy Marine Fabrication

Owners Comments:This Vondell Lea replaces the one Calvin S. Beal (son of the well-known designer/builder Calvin Beal, Jr.) built a year ago, fished, and then sold – both of them Calvin Beal 42s. Looking ahead, young Calvin already has a buyer for this one and orders for two more 42-footers on the books. In the meantime, his father is finishing a 36 for himself.

Designer:44 Calvin Beal, Calvin Beal, Jr, Beals, Maine

Builder:SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine

Finisher:Simmons Boatworks, Friendship, ME

Top:Dual Station; molded unit modified by Simmons (main bulkhead moved ahead 22, top lengthened & widened)

Power:C18 Caterpillar () wl2.l9:l ZF 500A marine gear; Milton Cat

Shaft:2 1/2; R.E. Thomas Marine Hardware

Propeller:36 x 37 x 4; Nautilus Marine

Steering/Hydraulics:Marine Hydraulics Engineering Co. Inc.

Metal Fabrication:Bisson Welding; Crosbys Welding, Jason Simmons

Electronics/Wiring:Petes Marine Electronics

Speed:27.4 knots WOT; 22 knot cruise

Owners Comments:Frank Guptil is a repeat customer of the father/son team Gilbert and Jason Simmon and their crew. His last boat finished by them was a 36 Calvin Beal. The Taylor Nicoles 36 x 37 prop only put 80% load on her big CAT at wide open throttle, leaving plenty of margin for the cage thatll go on for the summer months. A 36 x 42 may be on tap for later on.

Designer:38 Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine

Builder:SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine

Dimensions:389 L x 15 W 142 Transom D 42

Power:QSC 8.3 Cummings – Billings Marine

Steering/Hydraulics:Marine Hydraulics

Metal Fabrication:Corey Esposito, Nautilus Marine, C&C

Electronics/Wiring:Kramp Electronics

Fuel Tank:Aluminum – Corey Espositos

Windows/Doors:Bomar – Hamilton Marine

Marine hardware/building supplies/equipment:Hamilton Marine, Kellogg

Owners Comments:We are over the top happy with the quality craftsmanship of this boat. Especially the design and woodwork. We are newly retired and can not wait to go cruising and diving this summer. The interior and design is set up very similar to our old sailboat that we used to go cruising on including the solar panels on the roof top, which prohibits us from needing a generator. Very Happy!!!

Owner:State of New Jersey – Marine Patrol

Power:Cummings QSC 8.3 500hp Twin disc 2.53:1 Ratio MG507SA

Shaft:2/4 Aquamett 22 S/S Ron Thomas

Propeller:4 Blade 28×36 Nautilus Marine

Steering/Hydraulics:Marine Hydraulics

Fuel Tank:Dual Tanks 300-Gal total. Aluminum Espositos Welding

Designer:Calvin Beal JR, Beals, Maine

Builder:SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine

Finisher:Simmons Boatworks, Frienship, ME

Top:Dual-station molded unit: modified by Simmons Boatworks

Power:C12 Caterpillar (705 hp @ 2300 rpm) w/2.6:1 ZF 360 a

Speed:26 knots (WOT); 20 knots cruise @ 1950 rmp

Shaft:2 1/2; R.E. Thomas Marine Hardware

Driveline Hardware:R.E. Thomas Marine Hardware

Propeller:36 x 40 x 4; Nautilus Marine

Hauler & Steering:Marine Hydraulics Engineering Co. Inc.

Electronics:Petes Marine Electronics

Metal Fabrication:Bissons Welding & Simmons Boatworks

Fuel Capacity:450 gallons (dual tanks)

Comments:Thats My Boy owner Jason Simmons (who runs Simmons Boatworks with his father Gilbert) said his new Calvin Beal 44 turns like a smaller boat. It handles really well around lobster gear.

Designer:44 Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine

Builder:SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine

Finisher:Lights Fiberglass, Steuben, ME

Top:Molded unit; modified by Lights Fiberglass

Power:C13 FPT (750 hp @ 2400 rpm) w/ 2:1 Twin Disc 5144A

Marine gear:Kennedy Marine Engineering

Propeller:34 x 36 x 4; Nautilus Marine

Shaft & Driveline Hardware:R.E. Thomas Marine Hardware

Hauler & Steering:Marine Hydraulics Engineering Co. Inc.

Metal Fabrication:Kennedy Marine Engineering

Fuel Capacity:500 gallons (dual tanks)

Comments:Michael Porters previous boat was a Calvin Beal 36 and he says that for all the gain in size, his 44 handles just as well: Shes like the Calvin 36 on steroids.

Designer:44 Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine

Builder:SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine

Finisher:Cape Island Boats, Orleans, MA

Power:C13 FPT (750 hp @ 2400rmp) w/2.57:1 ZF 350A

Speed:23.5 knots WOT; 19 knot cruise @ 1800 rpm

Shaft:2-1/2 AQ-22; H&H Propeller Shop, Inc.

Driveline Hardware:R.E. Thomas Marine Hardware

Propeller:34x36x4; H&H Propeller Shop, Inc.

Hauler & Steering:Flapper Hydraulics

Fuel Capacity:700 gallons (dual tanks)

Owner:Stockton University, New Jersey

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.

Deck:Coosa board 3/4 Bluewater 26 – 3 layers glass

Steering/Hydraulics:Marine Hydraulics

Metal Fabrication:Espositos Welding / Nautilus Marine

Electronics:Ruruno MFD12, MFD 8, radar, sounder, AIS, ICOM radios-Owner supplied

Controls:Glendenning with back up system

Fuel Tanks:400 gallon Fiberglass/ SW Boatworks

Speed:19 knots med.cruise. 24 knots WOT

Marine Hardware/building supplies/equip:Hamilton Marine/Kellogg

Trucking/hauling:Murphy Yacht/Journeys end/OHara 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 shops 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

Designer:Calvin Beal Jr., Beals, Maine

Builder:SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine

Finisher:Lights Fiberglass, Stueben, Maine

Power:6135SFM85 John Deere (750HP @ 2200 RPM) w/ZF 360S 2.5:1 marine gear: R.A. Mitchell Co. Inc.

Shaft:2.5; R.E. Thomas Marine Hardware

Steering/Hydraulics:Marine Hydraulics Engineering Co. Inc

Electronics/Wiring:Youngs Electronic Sysstems

Designer:38 Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine

Builder:SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine

Dimensions:389 L x 15W 142 Transom D 42

Deck:3 fiberglass I-beams with coosa board deck skin and 3 layers of glass

Power:700 Volvo-ZF 360A 2.48:1 reduction

Propeller:DQ469 Nibral 4 blade 34×40 Left hand-Nautilus

Steering/Hydraulics:Lonnie Hydraulics – 17 hauler

Hatches:Anchor and Custom tank hatches by Espositos Welding

Windows/Doors:Boman – Nautilus Marine

Owner:Quinten Toothaker, Harpswell, Maine

Shaft:Aquamet 22 2 Ron Thomas

Propeller:4 blade 2 1/4 bore, mang. Bronze with 2 cup Nautilus Marine

Steering/Hydraulics:Lonnie Hydraulics

Metal Fabrication:Espositos Welding / Nautilus Marine

Fuel Tank:Dual 300 gallon -Espositos Welding

Marine Hardware/building supplies/ equipment :Hamilton Marine / Kellogg

Builder:SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine

Finisher:Simmons Boatworks, Friendship Maine

Owner:Mark Moody, Jr, New Harbor, Maine

Power:6135SFM85 John Deere, w/2.19:1 ZF 360A marine gear

Startup/sea trials:27 knots WOT; 21 knot cruise

Propeller:32 x 37 x 4 Nautilus Marine

Steering/Hydraulics:Marine Hydraulics

Owner:Arnold Francis, Jr, Steuben, Maine

Builder:SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine

Finisher:Lights Fiberglass, Corea, Maine

Power:V8-1000 Man-; w/1.96:1 ZF 500A; Kennedy Marine

Startup/sea trials:30 knots WOT; 21 knot cruise

Steering/Hydraulics:Marine Hydraulics

Electronics/Wiring:Kramp Electronics

Yacht/Sport Fishing:Tuna fishing / Charters

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 Espositos Welding

Power:C18 CAT Transmission twin disc MGX5135A with EC 300 controls 2.04:1

Salt Water Wash Down:(2) 1 1/4 jabsco, shurflo 12vlt

Shaft:2 1/2 146 length Aquamet 22 Ron Thomas

Propeller:4 blade Nybro L, Michigan DQ486 Acutech 32 . . . 34 pitch cup: .030

Steering/Hydraulics:Lonnie Hydraulics

Metal Fabrication:Espositos Welding / Nautilus Marine

Fuel Tank:800 gallons, 2 aluminum Espositos Welding

Building Supplies:Hamilton Marine; Napa; Maine Coast Lumber; KL Jack, CW Hayden, Lawson

Wood Work:Edgerly Woodworking/ drawer, hatch inserts

Deck:Coosa Board 3/4 bluewater 26, 3 Layers fiberglass, fiberglass I-beams

Hatches:Bomar/Anchor. Custom hatches by Espositos welding

Power:750 John Deere Minots Diesel Marine

Startup/sea trials:Minot Diesel Marine

Shaft:2 1/2 aqument 22 Ron Thomas

Propeller:32-38 -4 Blade Minots Diesel Marine

Steering/Hydraulics:Lonnie Hydraulics

Metal Fabrication:Espositos Welding / Nautilus Marine

Fuel Tank:400 gallon fiberglass SW Boatworks

Marine Hardware/building supplies/equipment:Hamilton Marine / Kellogg

Deck:Coosa board 3/4 bluewater 26, 3 Layers of fiberglass, fiberglass I-beams

Power:Cummins QSL9 405 – Billings Diesel

Propeller:28 32 Pitch 4 blade 2 bore – Nautilus Marine

Steering/Hydraulics:Marine Hydraulics / Lonnie Hydraulics

Metal Fabrication:Espositos Welding / Nautilus Marine

Fuel Tank:dual 300 gallons aluminum – Espositos Welding

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

Description:44 Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine

Power:D1 13 Scania, 400hp w/1800 rpm. 2.6:1 ZF 260A marine gear

Shaft:2.5 Stainless Steel, AQ-22 Shaft-RE Thomas

Propeller:34×34 4 blade H&H Propeller

Metal Fabrication:Kennedy Marine Fabrication

Marine Hardware/building supplies/equip:Hamilton Marine

Trucking/hauling:Vaughn West/Adam Thompson

Owner Comments:Very happy with Calvin Beal boats. This one is built more rugged then his last one, laid up very well.

Steering/Hydraulics:dual ram class 2 1/2 / marine hydraulics

Speed:22 knots overturned wheel at 200rpm

Description:34 Calvin Beal pleasure cruiser

Owner:Dave and Kathy Donahue, Scituate, Mass.

Builder / Finisher:SW Boatworks, Lamoine Maine

Dimensions:34L x l3W x 12; 4 transom; D 3 10

Hull:Solid fiberglass, water tight lazerette

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

Startup/sea trials:James Rich Boatyard

Exhaust:Wet riser with 8 surge tube, Soundown muffler, s/s, transom exit

Steering/Hydraulics:Marine Hydraulics

Hot water system:Attwood 12 gal hot water heater

Cabinet/doors/complete wood work:Cherry wood – Scott Edgerly

Fuel Tank:Aluminum 300 gallons – Espositos Welding

Fuel Burn:@16 kts – 15 gallons perhour

Dockage / Hauling / Launching:Ron Murphy, Ables Marine

Owner:Brennan Dyer, Vinalhaven Maine

Hull:solid fiberglass by SW Boatworks

Top:custom fiberglass by SW Boatworks

Startup/sea trials:Startup- SW Boatworks/ Sea Trials Minotts Diesel

Steering/Hydraulics:Marine Hydraulics

Metal Fabrication:Espositos Welding Surry, ME

Fuel Tank:110 Gallon fiberglass under stern deck, SW Boatworks

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.

Designer:Calvin Beal Jr, Beals, Maine

Builder/Finisher:SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine

Owner:State Of MaineMarine Patrol

Dimensions:389 L x 15 W x 142 TransomDraft 42

Lobster Fishing Design:Custom Build for Law Enforcement

Hull:Solid Fiberglass, Watertight Lazerette, Open Stern

Accommodation:Sealand Vacuum Flush Head, 2 Berths, Head, Gear Locker, Simple

Deck:PT 2×4, Coosa Board With 3 Layers of Fiberglass , Floating Floor in split wheelhouse

Exhaust:Wet Riser with 8 Surge Tube, Sound Down Muffler, S/S Transom Exit- Espositos Welding

Sound Insulation:Complete Sound Proof Package-Sound Down

Fresh Water System:With 35 Gallon Poly Water Tank

Shaft:2.50 Stainless Steel, Cutlass, Self Aligning Box-RE Thomas

Propeller:4 Blade LH 34×36-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-Espositos Welding

Quick Launch/retrieve:Onboard RHI Cradle System with 8000lb, 12 Vlt Pull Aboard Wench System-Espositos Welding

Fuel Tanks:300 gallons, Aluminum-Espositos Welding

Windows/ Doors:Bomon-Nautilus Marine

Building Supplies:Hamilton Marine, Kellogg Marine, West Marine

Upholstery:Sanborns Upholstery

Cabinets/Doors/Complete Wood Work:SW Boatworks

Just wanted to put up another successful new 38 Calvin Beal build with FPT C90 620 rated at 550 Mhp @ 2530 rpm.

38 Calvin Beal – SW Boatworks (Stewart Workman)

Boat Name:F/V Lady Lauren

FPT engine dealer:James Rich Boatyard (Jamie Thurlow) Bass Harbor ME.

Finisher:Mike Light – Light Fiberglass of Corea Maine

Engine:FPT C90 rated at 550 Mhp @ 2530 rpm

Wheel:32 x 34 w/ slight cup Nautilus

Very nice boat. Matt was happy with how smooth the ride was and the performance of the engine, he felt like the engine wasnt even working hard to push the boat was his statement. He liked the fact that he can cruise 19 knots burning around 17.5 gph in a big boat. We all agree that with some lifting rails to make use of the spray that this boat could be a 24+ knot boat and would improve hull efficiency greatly.

Builder: SW Boatworks, Lamoine Maine

Owner: Rex Benner (fishes out of Friendship)

Dimensions:44 x 17.5 162 transom

Power:C72-705 Clutch head PTO ZF360 Milton Kat

Shaft: 2.5 Stainless steel, cutlass, PYI shaft seal and rudder boxes, self aligning..

Propeller: 36×40 4 blade LH, Nautilus Marine

Fuel Tanks: 280 gallons each/duel tank- aluminum

Marine Hardware/building supplies/equipment: Hamilton Marine

Trucking/Hauling:Delivery: Benners (Rexs brother)

Hull/Top:36 Calvin Beal, SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine

Finisher:Ulrickson and Sons, Freeport, ME

Deck:2×4 deck framing, 2 layers 1/2 plywood with 2 Layers of Fiberglass

Power:John Deere 68yfm 350 hp at 2600

Start Up, Sea Trials:Minotts Diesel Services

Exhaust:Wet Riser with 6 Surge Tube

Shaft:2 Stainless Steel, Cutlass, PYI Shaft Seal and Rudder Box

Propeller:4 Blade LH 28×28 ZF Propeller

Steering/Hydraulics:Signal Ram Steering Marine Hydraulics

Metal Fabrication:Aluminum Radar Mast, Davit, Ulrickson and Sons

Fuel Tanks:2 120 gallon allium under deck

Fiberglass Materials:Mertons Fiberglass

Building Supplies:Hamilton Marine, Kellogg Marine

Trucking/ Hauling:Casco Bay Yacht Yales and Dolphin Marine

Builder:SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine

Propeller:30 x 32.5, 4-Blade – H&H Propeller

Steering/Hydraulics:Manual Hydraulics

Electronics:Sitex Sawyer & Whitten

Windows:Diamond Sea Glaze H&H Propeller

Comments:The owners are very pleased with the Calvin Beal design. They are now cruising the Great Lakes, having sailed up the Hudson River and through the Champlain Canal.

Finisher: Lights Fiberglass, Corea ME

Power:2.5 to 1 gear ratio, ZF Gear, Iveco 750

Dimensions:44 x 17.5, 16 2 Transom

Shaft:2.5 Stainless Steel, Cutlass, Isbsa and rudder boxes Ron Thomas

Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics

Exhaust: Rubber, wet-Lights Fiberglass

Electronics:Blackmore Electronics and T. Rummery

Hatches:Rayes Fabricated S/S-Freeman

Fuel Tanks:2, Fiberglass tanks, 780 gal-Lights Fiberglass

Finisher: Calvin, Bubba, Roger & Cameron Beal

Dimensions: 30 L x 12 W 116 Transom D 310

Power: 305 Cummins, ZF 2.5:1 Reduction

Rudder:Fiberglass 1 1/4 Rudder Shaft

Cutlass, Rudder Ports:RE Thomas, Hancock, Maine

Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics Class 2 Single Ram

Fuel Tanks: Single, Fiberglass Under Stern ,85 Gallons

Windows:Rubber Insert, Tip out Wynne

Speed:30MPH 92% Engine Load Turning 2690 RPM

Builders Comments:This is the first New! Calvin Beal 30. She looks, sails and performs beautifully.

Very spacious cockpit. As the same as the rest of her family she is very stable and easy sailing. They did a great job finishing her off. Call for pricing and availability: 207 667 7427 SW Boatworks

Builder/Finisher:SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine

Owner:Robert Amoroso, Long Island, New York

Dimensions:38 9 L x 15 W 142 Transom D 42

Hull:Solid Fiberglass, Insulated Fish Hold, Transom Livewell, Watertight Lazerette

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, 3/4 Coosa Board with 3 Layers of Fiberglass, Gelcoated Floors in Salon/Down Forward

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

Exhaust:Wet Riser with 8 Surge Tube and Sound Down Muffler, S/S Transom Exit,

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

Fuel Tanks:500 Gallons, Aluminum, Espositos Welding

Building Supplies:Hamilton Marine, Kellogg Marine, West Marine

Cabinets/Doors/Complete Wood Work:Scott Edgerly

Trucking/Hauling:Toppins/Ron Murphy/Ables Marine

Owners Comments:SW Boatworks: We wanted to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for Wednesdays festivities at the launch of Miss Maggie II. We cant 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.

Rebecca and Bob Amoroso, Owners of Miss Maggie II

Recent vessel launch of a 38 Calvin Beal. Hull and Top by SW Boatworks. Owner-Nick Lunt.

38 Calvin Beal-weight 21-22000 lbs est.

FPT Cursor 13 rated at 750 Mhp @ 2400 rpm

ZF 360A 2.63:1 ratio – not really the best ratio for this boat, should be 2.19:1 but the boat may be fished for scallops or shrimp at slow speed in the future.

Michigan wheel – 34 x 42

Cruise speed is 21 knots at 2000 rpm with 22 gph fuel consumption.

Here is a recent vessel launch of a 44 Calvin Beal, hull provided by SW Boatworks, hull finished in Friendship by Simmons Boatworks (Gilbert Simmons). Owner is Jimmy Wotton.

Cruise speed- 17 knots @ 19 gph loaded.

Engine- Deutz 2015 V8 680 Bhp @ 2100 rpm MCD rating.

Wheel- 36 x 44 on a 3 inch shaft, Michigan Bronze

Fantastic performance out of this hull at this displacement. Very nicely finished off work boat. Thanks to all!

Owner: Alec Peasley, Brooksville, Maine

Dimensions: 34 L x 13 W 124 Transom D 310

Power: 305 HP Cummins 2.5:1 Reduction, Twin Disc

Cutlass, PYI, Rudder Ports:RE Thomas, Hancock, Maine

Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics Class 2 Dual Ram

Fuel Tanks: Single, Aluminum 110 gallons , Peasely Marine

You wont believe this but I am burning less fuel in the new boat running it harder than the same engine in my old boat. I burned 15 gallons hauling 260 traps. I was burning 20 in my old boat with the same engine. I couldnt believe it! –Alec

Builder:SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine

Finisher: Harrington River Boat Works and friends

Dimensions: 44 x 17 6

Hull: Solid Fiberglass, fish holds 3 24 crates under the floor

Top: Molded Foam Core House moved ahead 24, four windows

Start up/Sea Trials: Dennis Welding & Marine

Shaft: 2.5 Stainless Steel, Cutlass, PYI shaft seal and rudder boxes, from RE Thomas

Propeller: 32 x 42 4 blade LH, H& H propeller

Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics, Taylored Boats

Metal Fabrication: Kennedy Marine & Fabrication

Electronics/Wiring: Joseph Libby & The Wiring Guy

Windows/Doors: Wynne windows, Diamond sea glaze door

Fiberglass products: Composite One Beal boat SW Boatworks

Marine hardware/building supplies/equipment: Hamilton Marine, Rumerys, Kennedy Marine

All composite materials used Coosa panel and Strongwell fiberglass stringers

Power:Cat C12 (665 hp) from Journeys End Marine

Shaft:Rose Marine, Gloucester 2 1/2

Electronics:Midcoast Marine / Bob Nelson

Comments:Started and finished in 3 months.

Builder/Finisher:SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine

Dimensions: 389 L x 15W 142 Transom D 42

Hull: Solid Fiberglass, Insulated Fish hold, Transom Livewell, Watertight lazerette

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, Coosa Board With 3 Layers of Fiberglass, Teak/Holly Floors In Salon/Down Fwd

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

Fresh Water System:With 100 Gallon S/S Water Tank

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 32×29 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

Fuel Tanks: 500 gallons, Aluminum,Espositos Welding

Building Supplies:Hamilton Marine, Kellogg Marine,West Marine

Cabinets/Doors/Complete Wood Work:Scott Edgerly

Trucking/ Hauling:Toppins/Ron Murphy/Abel Marine

Designer: 44 Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine

Builder:SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine

Owner: Matt Merchant, Jonesport, Maine

Dimensions: 44 x 176x 162 Transom

Top: Molded Foam Core, Windshield Moved Ahead 18

Power: C-15 Cat 855 hp 2.5 to 1 gear ratio Dennis Welding

Steering/Hydraulics:Marine Hydraulics

Trucking/Hauling: Toppins Diesel Marine

Speed: 25kts without the lifting Rails

Designer: 38 Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine

Dimensions: 389 L x 15W 142 Transom D 42

Power: 9.0 liter 500 hp John Deer ZF 2.5 to 1 gear ratio

Start up/Sea Trials: Toppins Diesel Marine

Electronics/Wiring: Full Electronics/Taylored Boats

Marine hardware/building supplies/equipment: Hamilton Marine

Trucking/Hauling: Toppins Diesel Marine

Lettering: Signs by Deano-Dean McGray

Owners Comments:Very Happy with the design style, comfort ability and speed of the boat!

Designer:: Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine

Dimensions:389 L x 15 W 142 Transom D 42

Builder:SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine

Finishers:Phil Corson, Todd Goodell, Leon Hubbard, Travis Mace and Aaron Tibbetts

Owner:Aaron Tibbetts, Bar Harbor, Maine

Deck:Fiberglass I- Beams, Coosa board with 3 Layers of fiberglass

Power: 500 John Deere, Twin Disc 2.5 to 1 gear ratio. Downeast Diesel Southwest Harbor, Maine

Exhaust:Wet,8Verna Tube and Trident Hump Hoses,S/S Thru Hull

Start up/Sea Trials: Downeast Diesel

Shaft: 2 1/2 Stainless Steel, Cutlass, PYI shaft seal and rudder box

Rudder: S/S plate with 2 post

Steering/Hydraulics: Dual Ram, Steering 14 S/S Hauler

Metal Fabrication: Espositos Welding

Fuel Tanks: 300 gallons, Aluminum. Espositos Welding

Marine Hardware/ Building Materials:Hamilton Marine

Builder:SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine

Drive Train Installation:SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine

Finisher:Phil Corson, Bar Harbor, Maine

Owner:Troy Lewis, Southwest Harbor, Maine

Dimensions:389 L x 15 W 142 Transom D 42

Power:500 John Deere 2.43:1 Reduction, Twin Disc 5065, Downeast Diesel, Southwest Harbor, Me.

Shaft:2 S/S Aquamet 22 Roses Marine

Rudder:S/S 2 Espositos Welding, Surry, Maine

Cutlass, PYI, Rudder Ports:RE Thomas, Hancock, Maine

Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics Class 2 Dual Ram

Metal Fabrication:Espositos Welding, Surry, Maine

Stern Extension/Trap Rack:Espositos Welding, Surry, Maine

Fuel Tanks:Single, Aluminum 300 gallons, Espositos Welding, Surry, Maine

Windows:Wynne, Square Framed, Aluminum Insert

Trucking/Hauling: AL Pettigrow, Southwest Harbor, Maine

Builders Comments:I am very pleased with the performance of the boat. The new 9 liter John Deere made a wonderful work package for this boat. The engine sits real low and is very quiet with a lot of power which sailed this boat with ease. This is the first time we used this motor.

During sea trials the boat sailed at 25.4 MPH (22knts). The prop was a littlel small, which allowed the engine to overturn. I am pretty certain we could have achieved another knot .

Phil and his crew did a wonderful job finishing her off. We are planning on having a couple of 38s on hand for this fall.

Builder:SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine

Finisher:Eric Clark, Marine Systems, Southwest Harbor, Maine

Owner:Nick Martinez, Orrs Island, Main

Dimensions:36 L x 139 W 13Transom D 4

Top:Molded, Extended Top. Top raised 5 By Marine Systems

Power:C9 Cat 565 [email protected] 2500 2:1 Reduction, Twin Disc, Milton Cat

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