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Model Drawings for the New Jarrett Bay 68

Custom Carolina lineage

April 28, 2021
A digital rendering of a sport-fishing boat from Jarrett Bay Boatworks.
The modifed V-hull of the new 68 is incredibly solid and seaworthy. Courtesy Jarrett Bay Boatworks

Currently in construction at North Carolina’s Jarrett Bay Boatworks is a new 68-footer that stays true to her ­custom Carolina heritage yet ­represents the future of performance and functionality in boatbuilding. Using proprietary, cutting-edge ­materials, lamination and infusion processes developed from Jarrett Bay’s previous builds—including the game-changing 90-foot Jaruco—the 68 will also provide next-level ­advancements in performance and safety.

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With a fuel capacity of 2,000 gallons and stringers set wide enough to accommodate almost any power package, the list of amenities and additional customizations—­including bedding for a Seakeeper 26—is nearly boundless.

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Jarrett Bay’s proven modified V-hull design utilizes lightweight yet ultra-strong materials that allow her to be faster and more economical than most boats in her class.

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The desirable four-stateroom, four-head layout can comfortably accommodate the owners and crew on remote adventures, while the signature Carolina-flare styling and soft ride smooths out any bumps along the way. This one is sure to be a standout.

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