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Volition

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Volition

Name of boat: Volition
Designer: 42 Young Brother, Emest Libby, Jr, Beals Island, ME
Builder: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Finisher: Mainely Boats, Cushing, ME
Owner: Jarod Bray, Matinicus, ME
Dimensions: 42'6" x 15' 8' x 5" (14' 6" Transom)
Fisheries: Lobster
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Dual Station Custom wheelhouse by Mainely Boats
Power: Dl6 Volvo Penta (650hp@1800rpm) w12.041 twin disc, MGX5I26A marine gear; Thomaston Boat and Engine works.
Shaft: 2 1/2"; R.E. Thomas Marine Hardware
Propeller: 36" x 36" x 4; Nautilus Marine
Steering/Hydraulics: Lonnie's Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Ragged Mountain Welding/Crosby's Welding
Electronics/Wiring: Mid-Coast Marine Electronics
Controls: Twin Disc Quickshift Electronics controls
Speed: 20 Knots
Owner's Comments: That 20-knot speed figure represents both Volition's top speed and her cruise. Owner Jarod Bray opted to go with the continuous duty rating for his D16 Volvo: "650 horses@l800rpm . . . And that's where I run her." Mainely Boats' custom wheelhouse complements the high sides and sheer line of the Young Brothers 42 hull well, says Bray.

Buddy B

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Name of boat: Buddy B
Designer: Ernest Libby Jr.
Builder: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Finisher: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Owner: Darren Binder, Shelter Island, NY
Dimensions: L 45' x W 15' (14' transom)
Fishery: Sportfish
Hull: Cored hull
Top: Custom top - cored
Power: C-18 CAT 1150HP
Start up/Sea Trials: Billings Diesel
Shaft: 2 3/4" Aquamet 22 S/S
Propeller: Michigan Mseries 4 blade Nibral 34” dia x 39” #3 cup 2.75” SAE taper
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Esposito’s Welding & Nautilus Marine
Exhaust: Soundown
Electronics/Wiring: Kramp Electronics
Hatches: Bomar
Controls: 2F Cruise Command
Fuel Tanks: 600 gallons. Aluminum, Cold tarred epoxied-Esposito’s Welding
Windows/Doors: Diamond Seaglaze
Fiberglass products: Composite One
Marine hardware/building supplies/equipment: Hamilton Marine, Kellogg Marine
Trucking/Hauling: Ron Murphy
Lettering: Tidal Graphics
Speed: 29 KTS WOT
Builder's Comments: This was the second of the 45YB sportfish cruisers finished here at SW Boatworks since we bought the molds. Another one on the floor right now headed to Midcoast Maine. This model makes an awesome sportfish cruising boat. Tons of room, very stable and very easy sailing.

Leanne Rene

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Leanne Rene

Name of boat: Leanne Rene
Designer: Ernest Libby Jr., Beals Island, ME/ Young Brothers
Builder: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Finisher: Dan's Boat Shop, Friendship, ME
Owner: Chad Benner, Friendship, ME
Dimensions: 42'6" x 15'8" (14'6" transom)
Fishery: Lobster Fishing
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Molded unit
Power: D13 Volvo Penta (700 hp @ 2300 rpm) w/2.19:1 ZF 360A
Marine gear: Thomaston Boat & Engine Works
Speed: 27 mph WOT; 21 mph cruise @ 1860 rpm
Propeller: 34" x 32' x 4, H&H Propeller Shop Inc.
Shaft & Driveline Hardware: R.E. Thomas Marine Hardware
Hauler & Steering: Billings & Cole
Fuel Capacity: 400 gallons (single tank)

Young Brothers 45' sportsfishing/pleasure vessel "Hey Jude"

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Name of boat: "Hey Jude"
Designer: Young Brothers, Ernest Libby, JR.
Builder/Finisher: SW Boatworks
Owner: Greg Dent
Dimensions: 45 x 15
Yacht/sport fishing: yes
Hull: cored
Top: custom
Accommodation: forward state room, 2 stbd. Bunks, closet, full head with galley up
Deck: fiberglass i-beams, coosa board deck framing
Hatches: Bomar
Power: c-18 CAT 1150 hp
Startup/sea trials: Billings Diesel
Generator 12KW: Northern Lights
Exhaust: Soundown
Sound Insulation: Soundown, full sound package
Air Conditioning: Marine Air - Ocean Options
Refigerator: Isotherm 160 light drawer type fridge & freezer
Fresh Water System: Johnson
Hot water system: Atwood
Salt water wash down: 12 volt Shurflow
Shaft: 2 3/4 aquamet 22 - Ron Thomas
Propeller: 4 blade nybrol- Nautilus Marine
Rudder: S/S Esposito's Welding
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Esposito's Welding
Electronics: Garmen
Wiring: Kramp Electronics
Controls: ZF electric shift
Fuel Tank: 80 Gallons total 4 tanks, - Espositos
Windows/doors: Diamond Sea Glaze
Fiberglass materials: Composites One
Building supplies: Hamilton Marine, Kellogg
Fasteners: KL Jack
Upholstery: Sanborn Upholstery
Cabinets/Doors/complete Wood Work: Scott Edgerly, cherry interior
Lettering: Tidal Graphics
Trucking/Hauling: Hopkins Transport - dockage & launching Ables Marine
Speed: 28 KTS knots
Fuel Burn: 20 kt cruise 33 gph
Owner comments: Very impressed with the performance and finished out come. This is one of three 45 Young Brothers in production at SW Boatworks at this time.

"Mandy Jean", superwide 42' Young Brothers

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Name of boat: Mandy Jean
Description: 42' "superwide" Young Brothers
Width: Original Beam broadened by 10" (from standard 15'8" to 16'6"). Transom expanded from 14'6" to 16'3"
Owner: Patrick Hallissey, Cutler, ME
Builder: SW Boatworks
Finisher: Feeney's Boat Shop, Cutler, ME
Fishery: Lobster fisherman
Hull: solid fiberglass by SW Boatworks
Top: custom top by Feeney's Boat Shop
Power: QSM11 Cummins (610 hp @ 2300 rpm) w/2.5: 1 ZF 325A marine gear, Kennedy Marine
Shaft: 3" H&H Propeller Shop, Inc.
Propeller: 34" x 34" x 4 H&H Propeller Shop, Inc.
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Fitzhenry Construction & Fabrication
Fuel Capacity: 450 gallons (single)

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40' Young Brothers lobster boat "Provider II"

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Name of boat: Provider II
Description: 40 Young Brothers
Owner: Lewis Bishop, Lamoine Maine
Builder: SW Boatworks
Finisher: David Schafler and crew
Fishery: Lobster fishing
Hull: solid fiberglass by SW Boatworks
Top: customed by David Schafler and crew
Deck: all cored - stringers bulkhead
Hatches: 6 anchor and bomar
Power: 405 cummings - Kennedy Marine
Startup/sea trials: Kennedy Marine
Shaft: 2" S/S shaft and boxes - R.E. Thomas
Propeller: 30 square 4 blades
Steering/Hydraulics: 14" Hauler class 1 steering, pacer pump, 1 1/2 Johnson washdown Electric clutch - Marine Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Kennedy Marine - Nautilus - Whitetail welding
Electronics: JRC Radar, garmin chart plotter & bottom finder/Furunow GPS - Hamilton
Wiring: David Schafler
Controls: Kobelt
Fuel Tank: 2 180 gallon fiberglass tanks
Windows: Wynne - aluminum
Speed: 21 knots

Owner comments: I absolutely love my new boat and would like to thank David Schafler and his crew for doing a fabulous job. Thank you to Stewart Workman and SW Boatworks for doing a great job with the Young Brother molds and hull. Thank you to Hamilton Marine for all the supplies.

45' Young Brothers lobster boat "Illusion"

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Description: 45' Young Brothers lobster boat
Owner: Nick Hawke, South Port, Maine
Fishery: Lobster Fishing
Hull: Solid Fiberglass by SW Boatworks, 1 Center fishold w/storage outboard
Top: Custom lobster top, Andy & Nick Hawke, Randy Young
Deck: 2x4 frame, 3/4 coosa board, glassed over
Hatches: 7 - Anchor, 2 Deck fill
Power: 750 Scanya D13 w/zf 2.19 to 1 ratio- Minott's Diesel, Brunswick, Maine
Sea Trials: Minott's Diesel
Shaft: 2.5" S/S, PYI shaft seal, shaft tube
Propeller: 34x34 4 blade ZF- Roses Marine, Minott's Diesel
Steering/Hydraulics: Dual Ram, Dual Steering, 17", S/S hauler running off pto- Lonnies Hydraulics
Fabrication: S/S davit, radar stand, etc.. - Britton, west southport
Electronics: 6ps, chartplotter, radar, bottom machine, auto pilot, VHF
- Nelson Marine, Nobleboro and Marine wiring Electronics of Boothbay
Wiring: Marine Wiring electronics of Boothbay
Controls: Kobelt
Fuel Tank: 500 gallon fiberglass
Windows: Wynne enterprises, Alabama
Speed: 26 kts( 30mph)
Fuel Burn: @1800 rpm speed 18kts (20.8mph) fuel burn is 15.7 gph

Owner comments: We are happy with the performance and the fuel efficiency of this boat. We are very thankful to Grover's Hardware, Hamilton Marine, Composites 1 for supplying most of our needs. A Special Thank you to Randy Young for an outstanding job on our new boat!!!

33 Young Brothers Boats "Livin"

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Designer: Ernest Libby Jr, Beals, Maine
Builder: SW Boatworks Lamoine, Maine
Finisher: James Rich Boatyard Bass Harbor, Maine / Jeff Clark
Owner: Jeff Clark, Surry Maine
Dimensions: 33’ L x 11’ W 10’ Transom
Fishery: Lobster Fishing
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Molded
Power: 420 Iveco 2.:1 Reduction
Wet Exhaust
Shaft: S/S Aquamet 22
Rudder: S/S 2” James Rich Boat Yard
Cutlass, PYI, Rudder Ports: RE Thomas, Hancock, Maine
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics Class 2 Dual Ram
Speed: 28 kts