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.
Fully loaded at Designed Waterline: People, Fuel, Motor(s), Consumables, etc. This is a better figure for evaluating a boat in real world conditions..
When considering a new boat build, the Hull Surface Area is a good indication of the relative size of one boat compared to another.
We called her the "Cape Lookout" out of respect for our youngest builder, Mr. Ethan Leggett.
He suggested that name knowing that the builder of this boat will spend a lot of time there. This "pocket" Express packs a lot into a compact economical package. Loads of fishing room in the cockpit and some clever drawers for lures and reels in the "bait boxes". She also features a surprisingly roomy cabin for two people.
She's fast too! She runs 53 mph with a Suzuki 300.