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Stuart Boat Works 26



If you like that classic look of the early days, when center consoles were just coming into their own, having one built to your specifications with single, twin or even stern drive power might be what you're looking for. The Stuart Boat Works 26 is a shining example of a custom boat in the mid-size center console class. This style of hull typically was built with a solid fiberglass bottom but now the latest technology of using a fiberglass infusion process is producing hulls that are lighter yet stronger. Engineered handle the demands of the unforgiving rental market over in the islands, a hull shaped like this runs at a semi-displacement attitude with the result being a smooth ride. Having a boat custom built lets you configure the bow with U shaped seating, a tournament sized coffin, or wide open depending on your mission. This size hull will also allow some efficiency not available on the larger center consoles because you can power them with smaller outboards. They cost less to purchase, less to maintain and many boats in this class are pushing 3 miles to the gallon.

Stuart Boat Works

2793 SE Monroe St

Stuart, FL 34997

1-863-381-8951

(772) 600-7121

www.stuartboatworks.com

Stuart Boat Works 26 Specifications

LOA: 26 feet

Beam: 8 feet, 8 inches

Fuel capacity: 145 gallons

Draft: 18 inches

Hull weight: 3600 pounds

Max horsepower: 600 hp

MSRP w/ 300 Yamaha: $94,990

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