Here you’ll find the technical specifications of our entire line of rowing and sailing models. If you’re looking for an overview to help you get an idea of which boat may be best suited to your desired use, check out the Our Boats page for a photographic summary.

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Boat LOA Beam Displacement Sail Area HP Rating # Passengers Wt. Passengers (lbs) Max Total Weight (lbs)

17′ Salish Voyager

16’11” 67″

Fiberglass 440* lbs


99 sq ft 2 4 TBD TBD

17′ Jersey Skiff

16’6″ / 16’10” 69″ Fiberglass 300/360lbs
Kevlar/Composite N/A
Main 63 ft2
Jib 32 ft2
2 4 697 750

16’6″ Melonseed

16’6″ 64″ Fiberglass 195lbs
Kevlar/Composite N/A
N/A 2 4 650 735

15′ Maine Lobster Boat

15′ 64″ Fiberglass 375lbs
Kevlar/Composite 325lbs
Main 63 ft2
Jib 26 ft2
10 4 622 750

14′ Whitehall

14’5″ 55″ Fiberglass 145lbs
Kevlar/Composite 125lbs
Main 57 ft2
Jib 28 ft2
2 3 492 575

12′ Scamp

11’11” 64″ Fiberglass 420 lbs
Kevlar/Composite N/A

12′ Point Defiance

11’11” 58″ Fiberglass 155lbs
Kevlar/Composite 130lbs
Main 57 ft2
Jib 28 ft2
2 4 579 632

10′ Navigator Dinghy

10’0″ 54″ Fiberglass 90lbs
Kevlar/Composite 75lbs
Main 45 ft2
Optional 57 ft2 or 75ft2
2 3 452 530

9.5′ Captain’s Gig

9’5″ 53″ Fiberglass 88lbs
Kevlar/Composite N/A
Main 45 ft2
Optional 57 ft2 or 75ft2
2 3 452 530

8′ Nisqually

7’11” 53″ Fiberglass 72lbs
Kevlar/Composite 62lbs
Main 38 ft2 2 3 452 530

The above Safe Loading Capacities are computed in accordance with 33CFR183.35 and 33CFR183.39 for boats rated for more than 2HP and with 33CFR183.37 and 33CFR183.43 for boats rated for 2HP or less – the Safe Powering Capacities are computed in accordance with 33CFR183.53.

It should be specifically noted that these precise computed capacity specifications apply ONLY to pure rowing versions of all boats of this type. These capacities should only be used as general not exact recommendations for SAILING versions because all good sailboats have a daggerboard or centerboard which is absent in rowing versions of the same craft; the presence of a daggerboard or centerboard trunk can affect the boat’s capacity. Therefore the United States Coast Guard (USCG) recognizes that because there are infinite variations in daggerboard or centerboard styles, one formula can NOT be applied to all designs and have valid real-world results.  The regulations cited above specifically EXCEPTs sailboats from complying with Safe Loading and Safe Powering regulations.  Furthermore, Sections F, G, and H these regulations EXCEPT sailboats from the requirements to have flotation installed.

Please Contact Us if you have any questions about how this relates to your intended use of any of our (or any similar) small sailing craft.