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Well-known for producing high-quality boats that perform well in virtually any sea condition, Scarborough Boatworks has begun production on Hull No. 17 at its facility in Wanchese, North Carolina. This 67-footer, as builder Ricky Scarborough states, “will be more of a throwback to a simpler, pure fishing vessel, built well in every detail to include everything you need and nothing more.”
The boat will utilize a center salon door, a center-console helm station with port and starboard seating, and a sun pad forward of the console—a layout that the builder considers not only aesthetically pleasing, but highly functional as well.
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MAN V-12 2,000 hp engines combined with flow-aligned struts, rudders and propellers will give the boat optimized performance, something that Scarborough says should create a very efficient vessel. The interior layout will consist of three staterooms and three heads plus laundry room, while also showcasing the builder’s high-quality woodwork throughout.