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Feedback fuels Nordic Tug 39 design

Nordic Tugs turned to its customers for feedback in developing its new 39-footer, which replaces the Nordic Tug 37 in the Burlington, Wash., builder's fleet.



Island Pilot

Cruising with express-type speed

For several years, Reuben Trane has wanted to build a fast cruising yacht in the 50-foot range with a huge master stateroom and a VIP stateroom worthy of master status. The Island Pilot 535 is that yacht.



Ninigret 22

A U.S. design with overseas appeal

The Ninigret 22 was designed by John Atkin. The well for the outboard gives the boat a clean look.An Irish boatbuilder is using a time-tested American design from the late John Atkin to launch his business.



A Carolina-bred 28-footer

With its broken sheer, flared bow and cold-molded construction, the Harrison Boatworks 28 Center Console Sportfisherman is about as Carolina as you can get.

The Harrison Boatworks 28 Center Console Sportfisherman has relatively flat aft sections for an efficient running bottom."The goal with this boat was to create a center console that has a high-end finish and great seakeeping capabilities - and one that could go moderately fast without requiring two or three outboards that guzzle fuel," says Patrick Harrison, owner and operator of Harrison Boatworks, Roanoke Island, N.C.



Albemarle puts IPS on its 360 Express

Albemarle, the North Carolina builder known for its rugged fishing boats, has equipped its first boat - the 360 Express Fisherman - with Volvo Penta's Inboard Performance System.

"The early speed and fuel burn numbers we're seeing are amazing, and I think this adds another dimension to a model that has been extremely popular," says vice president and general manager Burch Perry.



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