Spear Boatworks - not mine

Discussion in 'Microskiffs For Sale' started by scout177, Feb 12, 2018 at 8:01 PM.

  1. LowHydrogen

    LowHydrogen Fly-By-Night

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    I can't speak to the other (tiller) boats mentioned in the ad, but that looks to be a GladesX hull, not a LTG. Lack of spray rails, bow entry, and slick strip down the middle of the non-skid on the bow are why I am saying that.
     
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  2. Whiskey Angler

    Whiskey Angler I Love microskiff.com!

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    "Replacing them with inflatables and jet skis"
    -dry heaves-
     
  3. flysalt060

    flysalt060 I Love microskiff.com!

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    That must be a one off Harry made off low tide plug. It has sponsons. He makes flat transom skiffs.
     
  4. flysalt060

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    I am mistaken, that is a glade x with console.
     
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  5. mtoddsolomon

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    This guy has the right idea, I'm thinking of ditching the skiff and getting a sweet jet ski. I mean look how cool you can look.

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  6. HBFanatic

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    It ain’t like the LTG that I bought from Harry. Cool boat though. Sleek
     
  7. HBFanatic

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    Does anyone recall Harry making any hull with sponsons
     
  8. EvanHammer

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    I don't know about the current molds but the early LTG molds had the spray rails molded separately and then attached - he could have easily built a LTG without the spray rails if the owner requested.

    I also wouldn't put much stock in what the cap looks like (as far as that defining a model) since Harry tended to do lots of one-offs and/or was constantly changing molds, especially in the earlier years.

    That's a flat transom, you're just seeing the deck overhang at the back on either side of the motor.

    I can't tell from the pictures whether it's a LTG or G-X based on the entry but nothing else mentioned makes me think it's definitely one or the other.
     
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  9. HBFanatic

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    On closer inspection, you may be right about transom
     
  10. HBFanatic

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    I went back and looked on this site for the one I bought from Harry. I believe this is a X
     
  11. flysalt060

    flysalt060 I Love microskiff.com!

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    Yea, the ad pics make it look like sponsons. Think the reason it ad says ltg, is he built 2 of them and 1 x for a Bahamas mothership thing.
     
  12. scottsflyshop

    scottsflyshop I Love microskiff.com!

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    There's a couple of tiller skiffs too. They have photos - I inquired about them but cannot seem to find the photos they sent back.
     
  13. Newman

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    Yes.
    The M/V Sovereign.

    If any has any questions about any of these skiffs feel free to DM.
     
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  14. HBFanatic

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  15. Chad-Bro

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    Now you're talking, PM me when you get it!
     
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