Moving Day for the Hulls
Posted on: 20/01/2021
Moving Hulls from the moulding shed to the fit out shed...
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G Smyth Boats first 15m Catamaran.
This vessel is the latest addition to Newlyn Harbour ring netters. The Inter Nos was built for William Treneer, Elizabeth Lambourn and Sam Lambourn.
William , who will also Skipper the vessel, left Kilkeel Harbour on 19th December with his crew and made the journey to Newlyn in 30 hours.
On arrival into Newlyn harbour William's family joined Elizabeth and Sam Lambourn and family with streamers, banners, champagne and plenty of cheer to welcome the crew and the Inter Nos home.
Since early January they have been fishing sardines.
The first Maxus 12m Catamaran has left G Smyth Boats
The Maxus Catamaran has been a long time in development and we as a boat yard are very proud of the quality build of this vessel. Best of luck to new owner Ivan Toole
Built for Richard Hards and George Jacks of Pecheurs Eccosse Ltd, Sharon Anne provides a roomy and stable fishing platform with ample carrying capacity.
One of Sharon Anne’s six-cylinder, Cummins QSL9 engines
The Maxus 12-metre design has been developed by builder G Smyth Boats, who have delivered a boat with an outstandingly high quality finish, both interior and exterior.
Each hull is fitted with a six-cylinder, Cummins QSL9 diesel turning a 34 by 36-inch four-bladed Hyperform prop on 2.5-inch shafts through ZF gearboxes with 3:1 reduction. Delivering 290hp at 1800rpm each, these engines provide an 8.50-knot cruising speed.
The engines and gears were supplied by South Shore Marine & Diesel of Oxford Island in Northern Ireland.
Each hull has a 1500 litre fuel tank, as well as freshwater tanks.
The engines also provide ample hydraulic power to a pair of SeaQuest 3-tonne trawl winches and a pair of 2-tonne net drums. There is also a landing winch to round out the deck equipment for the boat’s trawl and creel fishing.
The refrigeration system was supplied by Cool Temp Refrigeration Markethill.
We have some exciting news here at G Smyth Boats Limited.
After years of thinking about building a Maxus Fast Catamaran, it is finally happening.
G Smyth Boats Limited has received support for research and development from Invest Northern Ireland under the European Union’s Investment for Growth and Jobs Programme. This ‘Development of Fast Cat Prototype’ project will be implemented over the next 16 months, performing research and development activities aimed at improving competitiveness & developing customer efficiencies.
This project which is part-financed by the European Regional Development Fund under the Investment for Growth and Jobs Programme 2014-2020 aims to increase business efficiency.