24-Ft. Cruiser

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  • Pub No.: 5682

by Edson I. Schock

Seaworthy, economical, comfortable, this V-bottom power boat likes rough water and has good speed. Building presents few problems.

This little V-bottom power cruiser was designed as an easy-to-build (and therefore relatively inexpensive) boat for short cruises and fishing. The first boat built from the design was used between Point Judith, Rhode Island, and Block Island, and in these habitually rough and troubled waters she gained the reputation of being a good sea boat and a remarkably comfortable vessel for such a small boat. Also, she had very good speed for her power, making her economical to operate from a fuel standpoint. And her builder said she was easy to plank.

20 pages, 2 plate(s)

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