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17 Flats "Redfish" Previous


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General Specifications:

Specifications, including hydrostatic information, are provided as a convenience only and may change without notice. These proposed targets are approximate and are heavily dependent on choices made during construction such as material weights and other subsequent factors such as engine size and loading of the vessel during actual use..

Designation: 17OFLII
Name: Redfish
Series: Flats
Centerline Length (Hull Only): 17 ft / 5.2 m
Maximum Beam: 6 ft 10 in / 2 m
Target Draft (Hull Only): 8 in / 20 cm
Notes on Draft:

Predicted draft at Target Displacement
(See Notes on Displacement below)

Target Displacement: 1500 lbs. / 680 kg
Notes on Displacement:

Fully loaded at Designed Waterline: People, Fuel, Motor(s), Consumables, etc. This is a better figure for evaluating a boat in real world conditions..

Maximum Recommended Horsepower: 115
Deadrise at transom: 8.5°
Deadrise at midships: 12°
Deadrise at entry: 36°
Waterline length: 14 ft 4 in / 4.4 m
Hull Surface Area: 132 sq ft / 12.25 sq m
Notes on Hull Surface Area:

When considering a new boat build, the Hull Surface Area is a good indication of the relative size of one boat compared to another.

This boat is all out HOT!

Building (or owning) one of these hot babes will give you years of satisfaction.  
 
One pro who spends most of his time on the water said this about her: "This boat gets up and screams on the water. And skinny too. It has a little more weight to it than you average skinny water boat, but that adds to the unbelievably soft ride for a 17' flats style ride"
 
This gorgeous boat is quickly becoming one of our most popular rides.  Don't envi, get one of your own!


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Jim Stoeckel August 14, 2017 at 12:38 pm
Beautiful boat. I'm interested in making this my next project (finishing a kayak now). Question. Can I skinny down the rear deck/platform as to mak
FishFinder July 05, 2013 at 12:49 am
WOW!

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