Built in Peru, Maine using traditional down-east design and construction methods, the Allied Boat Works 20-foot Fisherman model employs an easy-to-power planning hull that can achieve efficient speed with minimal power and provide a full day of hitting all of your favorite hotspots for less than 20-...more
Built in Peru, Maine using traditional down-east design and construction methods, the Allied Boat Works 20-foot Fisherman model employs an easy-to-power planning hull that can achieve efficient speed with minimal power and provide a full day of hitting all of your favorite hotspots for less than 20-gallons of fuel. The raised "proud bow" of this open boat design is a dead giveaway to its historical lineage. A pair of spray rails installed on either side, both in the bow and amidships will help keep the salty stuff from entering the cockpit when underway. Like most down-east designs, she's high in the front and high in the back, with her lowest spot at the gunwale just aft of amidships, which is a great feature when you're slipping the net under a big stripers, blue or summer flounder.
The construction of the 20 Fisherman is consistent with the keeping-it-simple mode, employing 100-percent hand-laid fiberglass and all-composite reinforcements. The hull thickness is a minimum -inch thick throughout, with heavier laminates in the usual overlap areas like the keel and chines. The roll-edge design features a planning hull with foam flotation under the fiberglass cockpit sole. The self-bailing cockpit features oversized scuppers, all marine grade stainless steel hardware and fasteners, oversized S/S cleats, plus a heavy duty rub rail.
The open layout includes some basic necessities like a raised U-shaped forward casting platform, with an anchor locker that is accessed via a flush-mount molded hatch. The mid-sized center command steering station features plenty of convenient dry storage down below, with a 15.5-inch S/S destroyer wheel and spinner knob, U-flex mechanical no-feedback steering, four position accessory panel to power your electronics, which can be yoke-mounted atop the dash panel.
There's a full 33 square feet of cockpit space from the transom bulkhead to the center console, with the only intrusion the relatively small footprint of the aforementioned leaning post. The Allied Boat Works 20 Fisherman offers a generous 32-inches of hip room between the console and the flared hull interior, with 24 inches of cockpit depth forward, 20-inches amidships and 21-inches aft.
This vessel was used by a professional fisherman and crabber. He has used this one for getting back and forth to the harbor. The rub-rails are in good condition.
The hull has no apparent damage and the deck hardware looks good too. The engine with the cover off looks fresh and well maintained as evidenced in the accompanying photos.
The helm is in good condition as well.
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All offers are contingent upon being fully satisfied with unit after personal inspection and/or professional inspection.
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