February 26, 2024

New Model: Release Boatworks 43 Flybridge Dayboat

Release Boatworks presents the all-new 43-foot Flybridge Dayboat. Inspired in looks to one of the most venerated sport-fish boats ever built, the 43 Merritt, Release Boatworks new 43 Flybridge Dayboat takes that classic design to a whole new level of sophistication and performance. Hull number one of the 43 Flybridge Dayboat, titled Riser and to be based in Florida, retains the beautiful, classic look favored by many hardcore fishermen, but comes built with cutting edge technology and state-of-the-art materials. These include a hull built using blister resistant modified epoxy resin, vacuum infused using Airex foam cores with e-glass hybrid fiberglass laminates to maximize strength while minimizing weight. The interior of the hull gets an isophthalic gelcoat topcoat with a durable high gloss polyurethane coating, and the exterior consists of high performance isophthalic gelcoat with superior gloss, flexibility, and outstanding weathering characteristics. The stringers are built with fiberglass encapsulated foam, and the bulkheads are vacuum infused with composite cores. The extensive use of composite materials throughout the boat creates an incredibly strong finished product and saves a great deal of weight, providing superior performance. Release Boatworks 43 Flybridge Dayboat has a hull designed by by Erwin Gerards for outstanding seakeeping abilities and performance, and with standard twin Cummins 550 cruises at thirty and tops out at 35 knots. Want more speed the 43 Flybridge Dayboat can be powered by larger engines up 725hp from Cummins or Volvo.
Technical Data:
LOA - 13.10 m (43ft)
Beam - 4.39 m
Draft - 1.14 m including propellers rudders
Displacement - 14968 kg loaded
Fuel Capacity - 2271 l
Water Capacity - 378 l
Accommodation - four berths in two cabins, or two berths in  one cabin
Engines - 2 x Cummins QSB 550hp, QSC 600hp, QSM 715hp, Volvo D8 600hp, D11 725hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 35 knots max 30 cruise with Cummins 550hp
Range - 365 nautical miles at cruise
Hull Shape - modified Vee with 14.5 degrees deadrise aft
Construction - epoxy resin with E-glass, vacuum bagged with Airex foam cores
Project - Erwin Gerards naval architect hull shape 

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