Asymmetrical Touring

Asymmetrical designs for modern family tripping and touring

Asymmetrical Touring


Asymmetrical Touring

Developed using modern ship design theory of asymmetry from bow to stern for paddling efficiency, widest point of hull aft of centre. Narrow bows provide ease of acceleration, with full stern for capacity and buoyancy. Low sheer lines reduce the effects of intrepid elements. They are available in all composite lamination options.


Asymmetrical Touring Specifications

 

Length

Width Yoke

Bow Rocker

Stern Rocker

Edge 16' 35" 3" 2"
Paramount 16' 6" 35.5" 2.5" 1"
Horizon 17' 34.5" .5" minimal
Voyageur 16' 11" 37" 4" 2.5"
Boundary 17' 6" 35" 1" minimal
Super Cruiser 18' 6" 35.5" 2" 1"
Slingshot 222 18' 6" 35" .5" minimal