SOLITARY--A Simmons Sea Skiff Replica

by Stuart Anderson
(Otego, NY, USA)

SOLITARY
A Simmons Sea Skiff replica built by
AndersonBoatworks LLC of Otego, NY


Construction: 18 feet overall, 3/8ths ash planking over one inch ash frames 12 inches on center; bottom double planked; planking glued to frames and edge-glued with polyurethane adhesive; all wood totally encapsulated with penetrating epoxy; all outer surfaces covered in fiberglass mesh and epoxy, top coated with marine polyurethane for UV protection; all major components may be disassembled for refreshing of the protective polyurethane topcoat; all fasteners are stainless steel; US Coast Guard inspected and approved

Rigging and outfitting: new 40 horsepower Mercury 4-stroke electronic-fuel-injection outboard (no fuel mixing); twin 6-gallon fuel tanks; no-feedback steering from the center console; twin absorbed-glass-mat batteries; Coast Guard approved navigation lights; courtesy lights on deck and inside console locker; red light controls illumination; compass; electric bilge pump with manual and auto controls; jacketed fenders and whips (4); helm seat cushions and spare set; anchor, stainless steel lead chain, 150 foot rode, bow roller, mooring bit, stowage tensioner; trolling rod holders port and starboard; all stainless steel bits, chocks, cleats, etc.; horn, fire extinguisher and signal flare kit per USCG requirements; paddle; dock lines; new galvanized trailer with bearing protectors

Pricing: reasonable offers will be ignored; outrageous offers will be entertained until such time as Management (my Wife) says, “TAKE THE MONEY AND GIVE ME BACK MY PARKING SPOT!”

Contact: Stuart Anderson, Builder
AndersonBoatworks@gmail.com or 607-434-3586

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Mar 21, 2014
keep the boat!
by: Anonymous

Keep the boat get her a bus pass....that is too beautiful to let it go.





Oct 08, 2011
OMG
by: RADONFISH

OMG so beautiful!! you guys do such attractive work. hope she goes to someone who will love her and care for her, BEAUTIFUL...




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