Great looking skiff. If the hulls are as tough as my old Weld-Craft, it may be time to ditch the Mosquito I look forward to testing one some day soon.
I really looked at the aluminum design as peace of mind in the sense that I wouldn't think twice about cruising a skinny flat with known oysters beds, because I know the skiff can handle it. Something I might be more apprehensive to do in a glass skiff. And, if it performs on par with other glass tech poling skiffs, that's the best of both worlds right there...technical ability with hardy design.Great looking skiff. If the hulls are as tough as my old Weld-Craft, it may be time to ditch the Mosquito I look forward to testing one some day soon.
Yea, we were running a 30 on the Micro, and clocked it consistently at 31-32.I think it’s very interesting it will do 32. Was that with a 30? I believe Brian said the hull weight was still about 500#?
The owner, Brain will shoot you pricing information if your interested. https://www.sabineskiffs.com/versatile Here is the URL. Shoot Brian an email and he'll get back to you with pricing information.What's the hull price on these they look sweet
It's not, but the grey boat (Versatile) is. Brian was saying that due to the skinny water conditions in TX, he mounts the motors a bit higher that other manufacturers. That thing gets super skinny, too, so he was right on with that raised mount. With the more slender design of the Micro, I don't know if I'd go with a tunnel, and by how skinny we ran it without one, I think we proved that a tunnel isn't necessary on this particular boat. Cool thing about aluminum is that you can add a tunnel no problem if that's something you'd like on your boat. Can't do that on a preset glass molded boat.Is that a tunnel hull in the pics up top? Motor looks like it's mounted pretty high.
Don't junk up that fine skiff. You can't bring Brett anywhere!anyone strap a surface drive on one yet?
I know they are loud and obnoxious but it seems like it would be a super skinny combo.
What pictures are you looking at?Don't junk up that fine skiff. You can't bring Brett anywhere!
I like these boats and am a fan of the concept. Considered purchasing one but ultimately went in another direction. Looks pretty wet from the pictures. In fairness, I got wet yesterday as well.
Probably the first pic...where either the dude pissed himself or was getting sprayed crossing the bay.What pictures are you looking at?
Not good enough. Needs to be solid-billet-aircraft-grade.these babies are made from solid-grade aluminum