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Brian and I talk lots back and forth via emails and Instagram. He has sent me his latest skiff build photos and gave me permission to share online. I love seeing all these new builds going on along with the new design visions.
Brain says she weighed 350 lbs before rigging. Took him 20 days to complete from picking up the bare hull from Harry Spears shop.
Cost him $17,000.00 all up boat motor and trailer.
Poles real nice like she should.
Drafts in 5-6”, runs 38 mph with the Tohatsu.
Deck and interior were finished in rolled Gelcoat and painted nonskid.
Nice job Capt. Esposito and Harry Spear for a nice hull design.
 
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