Yep Zonk it fails those categories you listed but the Lagoon 380 does fit the comfy category for the wife and small kids and the price range of the OP.
So, is there standing headroom under the boom with bimini of a TRT?
Is there standing headroom under the boom on a TRT? I see some with biminis so I was wondering about that. It doesn't fit all of your criteria but a Lagoon 380 is worth looking at, especially an owners version. Your wife would love it.
My Crowther tri was cold molded with West epoxy. I got a real nasty gash to the core from a windstorm while at the dock. 5 months later I hauled it out and the wetness had barely expanded and this was in one of the wettest winters in the PNW. It was double diagonal planked with cedar. I don't...
I'm a retired contractor. I doubt aspen because it doesn't do well in the elements. We are talking exterior shutters, right? Shutters are typically cedar or pine btw. Sugar pine used to be real popular as an exterior wood and it's more of a whitish blond color. But it's really hard to beat...
Here's the vid of the modifications to a Woods Gypsy 28. They cut the boat in half and added 5' to the middle. But before that they added 4' to the sterns. So it is now 37'.
A guy did saw his boat in half and added a few feet to the middle. Maybe a Wood's design and possibly done in Canada. Obviously not for the faint of heart. I think it's on utoob.
Did the O49 hobbyhorse?
Dammit, and I knew the 60' was the Chinese one. There is a little more than zero resemblance on the 2 55s. The HH has a big sliding door where the GB was more open air. Take that door out and there you are. The longeron is similar but that's an M&M thing. For a company with an alleged no...