The core of this yacht design is about function and simplicity. As a proven offshore performer with very economical operating costs, she is an excellent purchase opportunity for the adventurous and knowledgeable boater. Time to Explore and discover the world with this beauty! Everyone who steps on board is impressed by her quality finishing, but then is quickly amazed with the engineered finish that makes her the rugged go anywhere vessel – a must-see!
Mike, the owner of RowDay’O, was thinking of something very special when he was planning the design of this boat. So he reached out to Hal Whitacre, a well-known Naval Architect. Over the course of many years prior, designing and crafting special vessels, Hal used his technical vision and engineering know-how to draw out this design. Optimum safety in challenging seas, strength but light weight, efficient and to achieve this while focusing on Mike’s special requests. This was not an easy task. Mike, an engineer himself, knew right away he had found the right person for his design. They decided on Aluminum because of the high resistance to corrosion, the strength of this metal, and the light weight product which met their demands for efficiency. Zero speed stability was very important as well and that is were Seakeeper came in. The vessel was designed and then handed off to the team from Yachtsmiths International, located in Dartmouth NS, the winners of the “Expert Achievement Award”. This is an incredible design that can withstand anything you can throw at it. But they did not forget about the importance of interior comforts. They brought in a guru who understood the design, and all we can say is wow! The superior finish is at the highest level. Easily she can accommodate 6 in three staterooms, full beam main salon and galley, beautiful wheel house and an upper bridge with fantastic views.
ROWDAY’O boasts Strength, Safety, Comfort & she will get you out to those life experiencing places that you so desire. That is what yachting is all about.
It would be my pleasure to show you this incredible design. You owe it to yourself to start experiencing this beautiful world. The ocean is there, and you just need the right vessel.
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This vessel was built inside and out by the expert team from Yachtsmiths International, in Dartmouth NS (winners of the Export Achievement Award)
RowdayO displaces per inch of incremental displacement around 7,000 lbs. 5 tons of incremental weight will put her down around an inch and a half.
For a lot of reasons, she loves 9.5/10 kts. Get her up to 18-20 knots and she is as smooth as she gets, then max out 22 knots
She doesn’t really start to make a wake till 8 knots
Just click engines in gear with clean hull and you are 5.5/6 knots. Racing sailboats at 600 rpm
When you are whale watching in 3/5 foot chop and the Seakeeper gyro is on, you only go up and down. Everyone else has clients on board their boats being tossed around while RowDay-O keeps herself stable
A beautiful vessel where folks will hale you on radio to compliment looks. One-of-kind!
The interior is completely custom designed and custom finished. The upper end quality of the wood finishing was exactly what they wanted. This includes the solid 3/4″ Jatoba/Maple flooring, gorgeous cherry walls, the bended radius finishing, solid cherry wood doors everywhere and the exceptional S/S hardware throughout. This is all hand built, one room at a time to perfectly fit the wood beautifully into place.
The lower level includes:
Experienced pilot, the owner created the navigation/electronic package to meet his high standards. The layout of the helm station was very important.
Using the T theory, all your instruments are in front of you, easy to scan at a glance and visually see what your vessel is doing underway. A very clean and well laid-out helm!
Similar layout on the flybridge
Other controls at the helm:
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