Length and performance.Forgive my ignorance but what are the major differences between the 26 and 2750 besides length?
Boy is that a great way to open up the usable space on this boat. I always wondered who might design them like this in the next size up from traditional 23' walk through, just didn't know if structural integrity would remain and now I see how its done. I never use my cuddy area really at all on my 29' Magic Wizard Open Bow... always near shore in cooler temps. I understand the AZ heat might make that shade a needed area perhaps.
I spotted a 29' Magic Wizard that was for sale 5 years ago that had been customized or retro fitted to follow this design layout. Man was that a huge front bow area.... a virtual playpen. I bet some of our members might have seen that rare looking thing over the years out on the river. I think it had red white & blue graphics. I couldn't help but think with 12 bodies up front that ballast would become a challenge, lol. Everyone wants to go up to the playpen for sure.Here are a couple pictures that show the fiberglass bulkheads we made for the walk through hallway that also as a recessed door. You can also see the fiberglass floor ski locker and ice chest.
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The vertical fiberglass with the door recessed in it is more than just an overlay. We made a piece from a mold that is fully balsa cored and it is the bulkhead for the walk through hallway. The ski locker fiberglass is a separate piece that we also make so we can move/locate the compartment/opening exactly where the customer wants it to be.I really like how you did the fiberglass overlays...that's awesome.
#calexit to LHC?Lavey announced on here a while back that they're moving out of IE.... not sure I remember where to but seemed like a temporary halt in operations while regrouping. You may be able to find out more on a different thread on RDP.