Cathedral Hull

Originally designed for US Navy oil spill clean-up crews, the CATHEDRAL SERIES is a very stable and versatile work platform. This series is known for its ability to plane easily and quickly as well as its stability at rest. The cathedral hull configuration results in a broad bow which provides the maximum cargo and work space. These features make it a solid diving, hydrographic survey, and oil response platform. Since it can be outfitted with a center console or cabin, the CATHEDRAL SERIES can easily be modified to fit your specific workboat application.

Aluminum Hull

  • H116-5086 aluminum alloy sides and bottom
  • House and console configurations vary
  • Self bailing deck
  • Foam filled hull
  • Under floor aluminum fuel tank
  • Non-skid on deck
  • Limited 10 year hull warranty to original purchaser

Engines

  • Several outboard engine choices available
  • Premium instruments and controls
  • Single or twin configuration
  • Hydraulic steering


Electrical

  • Circuit breaker panel
  • Lighted instruments
  • 12 V DC power outlet
  • Electric Horn
  • Navigation / anchor lights
  • Other electrical options depending on configuration
  • Heavy duty dual marine batteries with selector switch
  • Twin engine upgrade option with battery paralleling selector switch

Trailer

  • EZ Loader galvanized or aluminum trailer
  • Hydraulic surge disc brakes – each axle
  • LED Lighting

Featured Upgrade Options

Specifications

Length 17′ 19′ 21′ 23′ 25′
Beam 8′ 0″ 8′ 6″ 8′ 6″ 8′ 6″ 8′ 6″
Midship depth 40″ 40″ 40″ 40″ 40″
Midship freeboard 28″ 28″ 28″ 28″ 28″
Draft 10″ 10″ 10″ 10″ 10″
Deadrise angle 13° 13° 13° 13° 13°
Fuel capacity (gallons) 40 60 60 60 100
Cleats – 10″ 6 6 6 6 6
Weight capacity 2,200 lbs 2,700 lbs 3,000 lbs 3,300 lbs 3,600 lbs
Maximum HP 135 135 150 225 300
Engine capacity Single Single Single/Twin Single/Twin Single/Twin
  Thickness Aluminum
Bottom 0.250″ #5086
Sides 0.190″ #5086
Transom 0.250″ #5086
Deck 0.190″ #5052
Seat boxes / Lockers 0.190″ #5052
Console / House 0.190″ #5052