Before we get into details, I'd like to tell you a bit about Cygnus Hulls in case
you don't know them too well.
I was looking for a boat for about 6 months before I found mine.
I wanted a boat that would allow me to work safely in almost any weather but Iwanted
her to be small
and manouvrable enough to shoot inside the narrowest and deepest cooses.
I looked at boats up to 30' in length.
When I first saw my boat, I thought she was one of the ugliest I'd ever seen.
She had a full width wheelhouse running three quarters of the boat's length.
She had a hunk of steel on the stem with a chunk of rubber outside of that.
But I knew as soon as I looked at her, that she was the boat I'd been searching for.
She's been re-engined and now has a a hauler and a realistic wheelhouse.
I've fished her for 15 years and she's been through some quare weather.
Her seakeeping qualities never disappointed me.
Now I know why they call the Cygnus the Rolls Royce of fibreglass hulls
She can safely carry 60 D shaped soft eyed pots through a fairly sloppy sea
without the aid of side rails, ties or cat-catcher.
With the cat catcher and the side rails, she can carry 100 shrimp pots.
She can carry a ball of nets.
She's the perfect single hander.
She's not for sale
If she was, I'd be looking for around twenty two thousand euro or eighteen thousand
I wouldn't have a hope of replacing her for anything near that.
A friend of mine is selling his and ye'd buy her for less.
How much less is anybody's guess but you could look at her and make him an offer.
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