Our first real "technical skiff"! She is designed for complete composite construction.
She is small and light and will get you into ankle deep water.
You can hang a 25 horsepower motor on the back if you build a side console with a wheel. If you tiller steer her, she should have a 15 HP max.
Put a mud motor on her (which she was designed for, hence the name) and have some real fun in the skinny water!
For an example of a mud motor click here to check out the products from Copperhead Motors. Pretty cool stuff.
Our ENVI 19 "Mahi" got an update for 2017 and became a 20 footer. The first one is being built by a man with twin 9 year olds.
That forward seat can be a number of things. If you are a hardcore fisherman, it might not work for you as it might be tough fighting a fish that you are chasing forward. If, however, family cruising is also one of your priorities, it might be perfect. When the weather is choppy, some flip-up seats aft might be a better ride. Speaking of flip-up seats, the forward seat could be just that. There when you want it and gone when you don't.
The point of 'custom' is HAVE IT YOUR WAY!
Soon this boat will be in charter service plying the waters off Costa Rica; mostly chasing sailfish. The owner / captain is not building any lower station whatsoever. Less worry when he is operating the boat from the upper station.
Of course, she could be built with a more typical layout.
Who wants one? Give us a call!
We are pleased to announce the ENVI 40 Curacao. We have been working hard on an exciting new design in collaboration with the world renowned design firm of Donald L Blount and Associates (DLBA),
The builder captains a 60' Carolina-style sportfish (designed by DLBA) and wanted something a little different for his personal boat. DLBA performance and ENVI styling. Great combination.
She is going to be sportfish aft and family up front.