The latest from Garlington Landeweer will be the 71-foot Miss Behavin’, which will be home-ported in Los Sueños, Costa Rica. With its four-stateroom, three-head layout with king master suite and beautiful teak interior, the boat will be as inviting as ever to its owner, who intends to use it for tournaments and travel throughout Central America.
The teak cockpit and covering boards will provide sure footing on deck for the anglers and crew, and a full Bausch-American Towers tuna tower will give the captain a commanding view from above. Powered by a pair of 1,950 hp Caterpillar engines, the boat is expected to have a cruising speed of 34 knots and a 38-plus-knot top end, thanks in part to a cored hull for weight savings. Miss Behavin’ should splash in spring 2019.