Biscayne 18 Design

  • Marauder by Greg McGraw, Millville, NJ
Biscayne 18 by Jeff Geibel, Meridian, Idaho

Started constuction of the Biscayne 18 mid-November 2010, stretched 5-1/2" and am currently on the finish planking of spiled African Mahogany. Hoping to be finished some time this spring and ready for next season to enjoy the numerous Idaho Lakes!!

Biscayne 18 by Ron Chatfield, Presque Isle, Michigan

<p> September 2013 </p><p> Here are a few pictures of my 4-yr. project boat, \"Go Bucks\". I am an Ohio State graduate living in Michigan so the transom garners more than the occasional comment from my Wolverine friends, but all in good jest. </p><p> Since you already have several project boat pictures showing the cold molded method of construction, I\'ve limited my selection of photos to the finished boat to offer a little different view on wood selection, stain color, deck hardware placement etc. etc. </p><p> The woods used were African mahogany planking and black walnut cover boards. </p><p> Thank you for the opportunity to help promote wood boat construction. </p>

 

2 Responses to Biscayne 18 Design

  1. John B says:

    Bruce,
    As for all of our designs, the Bill of Materials (which is a complete list of all the materials needed to build a particular boat) is linked on the description page of every boat on our website. The direct link to the Bill of Materials for the Biscayne 18 is here: Biscayne 18 Bill of Materials.

  2. Bruce Kirk says:

    I am courious as to how many board feet of lumber to make the Biscayne 18
    thanks Bruce

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