2012 Biscayne Newest Skiff Offering from Hell’s Bay

Hell's Bay Newest Skiff

After one year plus of “real world” development in the Florida Keys, Hell’s Bay Boatworks has introduced the new, redesigned Biscayne.

This 16–foot V bottom skiff was designed to handle the rigors of rough, open water crossings and the company says it drafts 7” in the most poling situations for tarpon, bonefish and permit. As with all Hell’s Bay Skiffs, the Biscayne is constructed with 100% vinyl ester resin, structural-core cell foam, and vacuum-bagged Kevlar to insure optimal strength-to-weight ratio. The 23-gallon fuel capacity, matched with the Yamaha F70 4-stroke, provides this skiff with excellent range. The Biscayne has storage for six rods and extra gear.

Base Price starts at $45,000

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  • Vinceamy

    $45 K for a 16-foot boat is lunacy….Vince A

    • http://www.midcurrent.com Marshall Cutchin

      Vince, 

      As you know there are plenty of good skiffs around that are much less expensive, but there’s also a market for higher-end products with costly technology (e.g. vacuum-bagging).