Sweet Caroline Design

Sweet Caroline by Wayne & Joni Squires, Brandon, Mississippi

June 2015

My wife and I built the Sweet Caroline about 20 years ago in Moreno Valley, California and later moved to Mississippi. We did some cosmetic modifications and made it for 2 outboards.

I am attaching a picture because we are still in love with her and would like to show her off in your gallery.

Thanks!

Sweet Caroline by Courtney Gust, Muskegon, MI

<p>April 24, 2008</p> I am getting ready to splash test my Sweet Caroline I have been building for the last year and a half.

Sweet Caroline by Jeff Meinke

Sweet Caroline by Jeff Meinke, Old Lyme, Connecticut 7 November, 2009 I built \"Refuge\" in 2007.

Sweet Caroline by Porter Harvey

Sweet Caroline by Porter Harvey June 11, 2008 I have been building your “Sweet Caroline” for a few years. I made some big additions to your great hull (hope you don’t mind). I have a lot of build shots, and boat floating. It has a 20 hp air-cooled Wisconsin turning a 12” 3 blade prop. I also made my own stern tube, steam bent the cockpit oak pices, and its got 16 coats of clear on the cypress decking. All work was done buy me in my shop but my wife made the cushions. I also built the trailer, and transmission. :)

Sweet Caroline by Dee Swain

Sweet Caroline by Dee Swain July 23, 2008 Sweet Caroline launched March 2006. Built by Dee Swain, Chocowinity, North Carolina. Built from cca pressure treated marine fir and cca pressure treated pine. Fastened with Glen-L kit and 5200. Top speed 29.7 mph with one person and 25 hp Tohatsu. 200 total hours to build. 100 to build + 50 ponderering + 50 to paint with very small children painting. Fun project!

 

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