How Important Is a Boats Bottom?
Hull view front starboard Hull view bow
We admit to a leading question. But it so happens that there is nothing more important TO THE SAFETY AND COMFORT OF YOU AND YOUR FAMILY than the bottom of your next boat. How much "blue water" will she take safely? How dry will she be in heavy seas? How much will she pound when the going gets rough? How much power will be needed to produce an efficient cruising speed? These are the questions we asked ourselves before we designed the first CRUISE-A-HOME in 1968. We insisted that our boat
be just that - a BOAT, not a "bayou barge" made for back-land lakes and rivers. We had to design a boat that could safely and comfortably cruise. So we went where the toughest demands are made on a hull, day after day, in all weather. Westport, on Washington's rugged Pacific Ocean coast is such an unrelenting proving site. One of the most popular high speed charter boat hulls at Westport is used by 12 skippers with years of successful service in the fleet.
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Galley view Stateroom berth Helm
Eye level oven View from stateroom Instrument panel
Stateroom with settee Stateroom vanity head, tub and shower
Stateroom with settee Stateroom with vanity Head with tub-shower
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