Spectacular Angus Row Cruiser built using dual new Hobie AI rigs, for sale in Lake Havasu, AZ .
Would be an awesome boat for T-200.
Sliding-seat row easily at 3 knots , sail into the double digits.
Cabin large enough for 6’4” man to stretch out inside.
5mm okume plywood for main hull and amas, Alaskan yellow cedar for the akas (strong, but light),
5mil fiberglass on all surfaces (in and out) of deck, hull, etc. with several applications of epoxy and two layers of paint.
All surfaces of the akas and rigger (the unpainted wood surfaces) have several layers of epoxy followed by four coats of varnish.
Put simply, they beefed up the hull and deck of all three vessels (boat and both amas) to ensure their strength and longevity.
Always stored inside and looks it
This is a one-off Row Cruiser built with the help of an employee of the wooden boat school in Port Townsen and it shows in the workmanship.
Located in a Lake Havasu, AZ. Trailer included. Tows like a dream. Sails/Rows even better.
Video link about the row-cruiser design, although the boat in the video has a standard sail rig , not the double roller reefing/furling Hobie rigs. This particular boat was built specifically using the Hobie rigs. They are not hacked in as an afterthought. Amazing workmanship.