Here are a few of the midsize center consoles being offered this year
Innovation, power, speed, a good ride and a touch of luxury define today’s state-of-the-fleet center consoles. You can run far offshore chasing your most outrageous fish dreams or turn heads cruising near-shore waters in style.
Barely 10 knots of wind. Considering how it normally blows in the Leeward Islands, that was a crude joke. Yet Kiwi Spirit’s red, blue and white hull sliced upwind as if she were under engine.
Illustration by Jim Ewing
No sailing ship excites the imagination the way a Grand Banks fishing schooner does. Brave fishermen, fearless skippers, weather-beaten dorymen long-lining in fog and winter storms. Although “Captains Courageous” — the 1937 film based on Rudyard Kipling’s novel — offers as accurate a portrayal as we’re likely to see of that life, the schooner Adventure is a living relic of that age.
Sam Devlin’s latest stitch-and-glue masterpiece is Moon River, a 48-footer designed as a pre-eminent dayboat
Building boats from plywood, epoxy and fiberglass — a method called stitch-and-glue — has historically been associated with small craft such as dinghies and kayaks. But a designer and builder in the Pacific Northwest has expanded the boundaries of stitch-and-glue, building boats as large as 65 feet. Yup, 65 feet!
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