Commuter 32 Trailerable

L.O.A.                          31’ 6”

L.W.L.                         30’ 8”

BEAM                         8’ 3” over the rails

DRAFT                        10 ½”

DISPLACEMENT          4,000 lbs, approx

TYPE                           Single-chine plywood power cruiser; outboard powered. The vessel is intended for semi-protected waters, coastal waters, with trips to Cuba and the Bahamas practical during settled weather. The vessel is light, narrow and easily-driven, making her both fast and fuel-efficient.

POWER                        75 to 90 hp 4-stroke outboard

CONSTRUCTION         Cold-molded marine plywood/epoxy, covered with epoxy-impregnated Xynole-polyester cloth. The hull is built around longitudinals spanning ½” ply bulkheads, greatly simplifying lofting and construction. Bottom: double-diagonal 3/8”; sides: one layer 1/2”; decks: foam-core/ply sandwich; twin 3/8” ply web frames fore & aft. Cockpit and lockers are self-draining.

PLANS                        Full construction plans include The Sharpie Book, Construction Notes and Construction Details, plus an illustrated Construction Manual. 

CAPACITIES               Fuel: 80 gal. (aluminum tank). Water: 60 gal. (p&s in integral or bladder tanks). Holding: 30 gal black water.

DESIGNER                  Reuel B. Parker

NOTE                          This boat is intended to be extremely fuel-efficient and environmentally friendly. The hull displacement distribution is based on engine weight and power limited to 90 hp.