“No true boating enthusiast wants a boat that fights the water.”
Craftsman Steven Hirsh

The long and slender hollow in the bow enables the boat to part large waves and then gradually rise, reducing friction and pounding. What’s more, thanks to the design of the hull, the boat sits on plane at rest -- which means it doesn’t push water out of its way to move. These features make the boat immensely energy-efficient, whether you’re rowing or motoring. You can row this boat in 30-knot winds and stay on course (and probably receive incredulous stares from others as you do it). And when fitted with a small outboard, you can expect remarkable fuel efficiency.
Every inch of the boat reflects Steven Hirsh’s commitment to optimal function and exceptional aesthetics. read more>>>
Steven’s first thought was to design a skiff. But he decided it would be much more dynamic to design a boat that seamlessly converts from a skiff to a sailing rig. read more>>>
To say this boat is built to last is an understatement. To start, rot resistant woods were used throughout.