The 32 Master Angler design has been proven for decades. The large forward open bow along with the number of live-wells, fish boxes, outriggers and a flush transom makes this a all around fishing, and diving machine
SeaCraft's start with the variable-deadrise, longitudinally stepped hull, a groundbreaking design from builder Carl Moesly in the 1960s. Moesly designed it to be the perfect small fishing boat, taking advantage of the best of Ray Hunt’s deep-V design, yet balancing it with the slow-speed stability and efficiency of more flat-bottomed hulls. Variable deadrise means the angle of entry changes along the keel, with a sharper V forward that flattens aft. Longitudinally stepped means the hull is divided across the beam into three separate planing sections, with the lowest section along the centerline angled into a true deep-V. The next section out has a flatter deadrise, followed by a third section with an even flatter one. Visually, if you took a cross section, it looks like three hulls stacked on top of one another.
his design solved some of the inefficiencies of the deep-V, and particularly the problem of roll. The resulting ride provided exceptional rough-water handling both on a plane and while trolling, which brought a whole new level of operating freedom.
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