Art Anderson Associates Designs Charter Fishing Vessel

Thursday, July 29, 1999
Art Anderson Associates is designing a 36 ft. Stolkraft fishing boat for use in Cuttyhunk, Maine. The Stolkraft hull form has been used in a variety of high-speed ferries, water taxis and workboats around the world. The vessel will be powered by twin Cummins 370 hp marine diesel engines, with Kodiak waterjets providing a service speed of 35 knots.
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