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Our love of HDPE boats does not stop  at the models we build.  We are excited to represent Hog Island Boats Works.   Our partnership is based on a mutual love of People, Water, Boats and HDPE.  

 

The Hog Island SW 16 skiff is designed to be very stable side to side, and tip to tail, and to float very shallow. Our bottom width is 54", and our beam is 78". We want our boat owners to feel stable when leaning over the gunwale, and to be comfortable navigating obstructions when running under motor. The hull bottom is flat from near the bulk head to the transom with three raised 1" ribs. There is a very shallow "v" on our hull bottom just forward of the bulk head to cut chop. We have designed our hull to have significant side wall angle moving forward from mid ship to the bow. This helps with displacement, and stability, and really helps keep our SW 16 passengers stay dry when running. The spray from bounce and chop naturally is shed to the side and away. Our SW 16 skiff is rated for a 40 horse. Our SW 16 skiff gets on plane with a 15 horse. You should expect comfortable running speeds of 20-25 mph with a 25-40 horse outboard, two adults, and gear. The key is to keep the motor weight as close to 200lbs. or less.

  • 16' 4" Overall length/ Centerline

  • Bottom Width: 54"

  • Beam: 78"

  • Height at Bow: 25"

  • Height at Transom: 20"

  • Hull Weight: 480 lbs.

  • Motor Rating: 40 Horsepower

  • Rated Carrying Capacity: 5 Adults or 1250 lbs. persons motor and gear

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