19 Foot (6m) Flood Rescue Skiff in Aluminum Alloy

LOA: 19 Feet (5.9 Meters)
Beam: 7 Feet (2.1 Meters)
Draft: 8 Inches (19.8cm) (At Max Load 1000kg)
Displacement at DWL: 2264lbs (1000kg)
Freeboard Midships = 22 inches (.558 meters)
Freeboard At Stern = 18 inches (.457 meters)
Horsepower: 25-30HP (Maximum 30hp) Short Shaft
Max Persons: 8
Hull Bottom = 4mm
Hull Topsides = 3mm
Seats etc = 3mm
Hull weight approx = 540lbs (245kg)
CE Category “D”



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The 19 Foot (6m) Flood Rescue Skiff in aluminum alloy. This is our biggest skiff to date. Wide and long. We were recently commissioned to design a Flood Rescue Boat for the Croatian Government to aid in flood rescue efforts. It needed to be light enough to drag over sandbars and submerged trees etc. yet carry a lot of people.  The resulting 19 Foot (6m) Rescue Skiff is now offered as a kit. It will make a great backwoods fishing and hunting skiff, and is a great alternative to a Jon Boat. A family outing boat or great for the cottage at the lake. It will also make a good work-boat for any situation where carrying a lot of supplies or people is required. Easily driven, it will get up on plane with 8 people on board using a 30HP Outboard!. Features include:

  • Transom Splashwell
  • Raised Foredeck With Storage
  • Wide and Long
  • Under Deck Storage
  • Side Shelves
  • Heavy Load Carrying
  • Remote Steering Console
  • Easily Driven with Economical 30hp Motor
  • Wide Pram Bow For Easy Beach Boarding

Aside from Rescue work this boat is well suited to the sportsman looking for a fishing boat, hunting boat, or all around boat for family outings. There's plenty of room for cargo and people. Foam Filled Floatation compartments ensure level floatation when swamped.  

(It should be noted that your purchase is for the building of ONE boat only and any additional hulls built from the files require a 50% fee per boat built.) Email us for licencing additional builds and production runs.