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That’s My Boy

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That’s My Boy

Name of boat: That’s My Boy
Designer: Calvin Beal JR, Beals, Maine
Builder: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Finisher: Simmons Boatworks, Frienship, ME
Owner: Jason Simmons, Friendship, ME
Dimensions: 44’ x 17’.6”( 16’2” Transom)
Fishery: Lobster Fishing
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Dual-station molded unit: modified by Simmons Boatworks
Power: C12 Caterpillar (705 hp @ 2300 rpm) w/2.6:1 ZF 360 a
Marine gear: Milton Cat
Speed: 26 knots (WOT); 20 knots cruise @ 1950 rmp
Shaft: 2 1/2”; R.E. Thomas Marine Hardware
Driveline Hardware: R.E. Thomas Marine Hardware
Propeller: 36” x 40” x 4; Nautilus Marine
Hauler & Steering: Marine Hydraulics Engineering Co. Inc.
Hatches: Freeman: Hamilton Marine
Electronics: Pete’s Marine Electronics
Metal Fabrication: Bisson’s Welding & Simmons Boatworks
Fuel Capacity: 450 gallons (dual tanks)
Comments: That’s My Boy owner Jason Simmons (who runs Simmons Boatworks with his father Gilbert) said his new Calvin Beal 44 “turns like a smaller boat. It handles really well around lobster gear”.

Brittain A

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Brittain A

Name of boat: Brittain A
Designer: 44 Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Builder: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Finisher: Light’s Fiberglass, Steuben, ME
Owner: Michael Porter, Cutler, ME
Dimensions: 44’ x 17’.6”( 16’2” Transom)
Fishery: Lobster Fishing
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Molded unit; modified by Light’s Fiberglass
Power: C13 FPT (750 hp @ 2400 rpm) w/ 2:1 Twin Disc 5144A
Marine gear: Kennedy Marine Engineering
Speed: 24 knots WOT (only 82% load)
Propeller: 34” x 36” x 4; Nautilus Marine
Shaft & Driveline Hardware: R.E. Thomas Marine Hardware
Hauler & Steering: Marine Hydraulics Engineering Co. Inc.
Metal Fabrication: Kennedy Marine Engineering
Wiring: Rumery’s Marine
Fuel Capacity: 500 gallons (dual tanks)
Comments: Michael Porter’s previous boat was a Calvin Beal 36 and he says that for all the gain in size, his 44 handles just as well: “ She’s like the Calvin 36 on steroids.”

Sea Holly III

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Sea Holly III

Name of boat: Sea Holly III
Designer: 44 Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Builder: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Finisher: Cape Island Boats, Orleans, MA
Owner: Mark Leach, Harwichport,MA
Dimensions: 44’ x 17’.6”( 16’2” Transom)
Fishery: Lobster Fishing
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Molded unit/split wheelhouse
Power: C13 FPT (750 hp @ 2400rmp) w/2.57:1 ZF 350A
Marine gear: Yankee Diesel
Speed: 23.5 knots WOT; 19 knot cruise @ 1800 rpm
Shaft: 2-1/2 AQ-22; H&H Propeller Shop, Inc.
Driveline Hardware: R.E. Thomas Marine Hardware
Propeller: 34”x36”x4; H&H Propeller Shop, Inc.
Hauler & Steering: Flapper Hydraulics
Windows: Wynne Enterprises
Electronics: K.J.P. Enterprises
Fuel Capacity: 700 gallons (dual tanks)

R/V Petrel-36' Calvin Beal Research Vessel-Stockton University NJ

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Name of boat: R/V Petrel
Description: 36 Calvin Beal
Owner: Stockton University, New Jersey
Builder: SW Boatworks
Finisher: SW Boatworks and Jersey Cape Yachts
Fishery: Research Vessel. Vessel will engage in near-shore oceanography, teaching, research, marine biology activities and oyster restoration. Work will include side scan sonar surveys, bathymetry surveys, ROV and dive operations, current profiling, deployment of bottom mounted sensors and data buoys, biological sampling, oyster bed monitoring, and transplant, restoration activities for shell and live oysters.
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Foam Core
Deck: Coosa board 3/4" Bluewater 26 - 3 layers glass
Hatches: Bomar - Hamilton
Power: QSC 8.3 550HP - owner supply
Startup/Sea Trials: Owner supply
Shaft: 2 ¼: aquamet 22- Ron Thomas
Propeller: Owner supply
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Esposito’s Welding / Nautilus Marine
Electronics: Ruruno MFD12, MFD 8, radar, sounder, AIS, ICOM radios-Owner supplied
Wiring: Jersey Cape Yachts
A/C: 16000 BTU Crusair
Genset: 10KW Westerbeke
Controls: Glendenning with back up system
Fuel Tanks: 400 gallon Fiberglass/ SW Boatworks
Windows: Marine lite
Speed: 19 knots med.cruise. 24 knots WOT
Exhaust: 8” Wet exhaust-Soundown
Marine Hardware/building supplies/equip: Hamilton Marine/Kellogg
Trucking/hauling: Murphy Yacht/Journeys end/O’Hara trucking
Owner Comments: “I literally could not stop looking at and re-organizing my photos and video today. Seeing her out of the shop for the full profile was awesome. I could not be happier with your shop’s work, and I will be certain that I promote that quality to all I speak with. So far as the quality and professionalism of SW Boatworks – I could not say more, rock solid construction and total professionalism in all dealings, period.” —Steven Evert, Assistant Director, Academic Laboratories and Field Facilities, Stockton University of New Jersey-Marine Science and Environmental Field Station

Susan Jane - 44' Calvin Beal

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Susan Jane - 44 Calvin Beal

Name of boat: Susan Jane
Designer: Calvin Beal Jr., Beals, Maine
Builder: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Finisher: Light’s Fiberglass, Stueben, Maine
Owner: Shawn Costa
Dimensions: 44’ x 17’6” 16’2” Transom
Fishery: Lobster Fishing
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Molded Foam Core
Power: 6135SFM85 John Deere (750HP @ 2200 RPM) w/ZF 360S 2.5:1 marine gear: R.A. Mitchell Co. Inc.
Startup/Sea Trials: Billings Marine
Shaft: 2.5”; R.E. Thomas Marine Hardware
Propeller: 34” x 41”x 4”Nautilus Marine
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics Engineering Co. Inc
Electronics/Wiring: Young’s Electronic Sysstems
Fuel Tanks: 580 gallons (duel tanks)
Fiberglass products: Composite One

Elizabeth Grace - 38' Calvin Beal

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Name of boat: Elizabeth Grace
Designer: 38 Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Builder: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Finisher: SW Boatworks
Owner: Jay Clough
Dimensions: 38’9” L x 15’W 14’2” Transom D 4’2”
Fishery: Lobster
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Foam Core
Deck: 3” fiberglass I-beams with coosa board deck skin and 3 layers of glass
Power: 700 Volvo-ZF 360A 2.48:1 reduction
Startup/Sea Trials: Billings Marine
Shaft: 2 ½” RE Thomas
Propeller: DQ469 Nibral 4 blade 34”x40” Left hand-Nautilus
Steering/Hydraulics: Lonnie Hydraulics - 17” hauler
Metal Fabrication: Esposito’s Welding
Electronics/Wiring: Kramp Electronic
Hatches: Anchor and Custom tank hatches by Esposito’s Welding
Controls: Kobelt
Fuel Tanks: Fiberglass-SW Boatworks
Windows/Doors: Boman - Nautilus Marine
Trucking/hauling: Ron Murphy
Lettering: Tidal Graphics
Speed: 30mph

Back Draft - 36' Calvin Beal

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Name of boat: Back Draft
Description: 36 Calvin Beal
Owner: Quinten Toothaker, Harpswell, Maine
Builder: SW Boatworks
Finisher: SW Boatworks
Fishery: Lobster
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Foam Core
Deck: Coosa Board 3/4 bluewater 26
Hatches: Ancor
Power: Cummins QSC 8.3 500HP
Startup/sea trials: Billings Diesel
Shaft: Aquamet 22 2” – Ron Thomas
Propeller: 4 blade 2 ¼” bore, mang. Bronze with #2 cup – Nautilus Marine
Steering/Hydraulics: Lonnie Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Esposito’s Welding / Nautilus Marine
Electronics: Owner supplied
Wiring: SW Boatworks
Controls: Kobelt
Fuel Tank: Dual 300 gallon -Esposito’s Welding
Windows: Wynne
Speed: 26.2 knots
Lettering: Tidal Graphics
Trucking/hauling: Ron Murphy
Marine Hardware/building supplies/ equipment : Hamilton Marine / Kellogg

F/V Retriever II - 38' Calvin Beal

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Name of boat: F/V Retriever II
Design: 38' Calvin Beal
Builder: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Finisher: Simmons Boatworks, Friendship Maine
Owner: Mark Moody, Jr, New Harbor, Maine
Dimensions: 38’9” x 15’
Fishery: Lobster Fishing
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Molded Top, foam core
Power: 6135SFM85 John Deere, 750hp@2200rpm w/2.19:1 ZF 360A marine gear
Startup/sea trials: 27 knots WOT; 21 knot cruise
Shaft: 2-1/2” RE Thomas
Propeller: 32” x 37” x 4 Nautilus Marine
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Simmons Welding

F/V Kim Celeste - 44' Calvin Beal

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Name of boat: F/V Kim Celeste
Description: 44' Calvin Beal
Owner: Arnold Francis, Jr, Steuben, Maine
Builder: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Finisher: Light’s Fiberglass, Corea, Maine
Dimensions: 44’ x 17’.5 16’2” Transom
Fishery: Lobster Fishing
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Molded Top
Power: V8-1000 Man-1000hp@2300rpm; w/1.96:1 ZF 500A; Kennedy Marine
Startup/sea trials: 30 knots WOT; 21 knot cruise
Shaft: 2-1/2” RE Thomas
Propeller: 34”x34.5”x4 Nautilus Marine
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Kennedy Marine
Electronics/Wiring: Kramp Electronics
Fiberglass Products: Composite One

F/V Tuna.com - 44' Calvin Beal

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Name of boat: Tuna.com
Designer: Calvin Beal
Builder/Finisher: SW Boatworks
Owner: Dave Carraro
Dimensions: 44’ Beam 17’6”
Yacht/Sport Fishing: Tuna fishing / Charters
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Molded Custom: house moved ahead 20” and lengthened
Acccommodation: V-Berth, Head with shower/ tackle work station with sink
Deck: Fiberglass I – beams/ coosa board Blue water 26
Hatches: Bomar and custom hatches by Esposito’s Welding
Power: C18 CAT – Transmission – twin disc MGX5135A with EC 300 controls 2.04:1
Startup/sea trials: Billings Diesel
Generator: Northern Lights
Exhaust: Soundown Vernofift, custom
Sound Insulation: Soundown
Air Conditioning: Pompanette
Fresh Water System: 100 gal poly
Hot Water System: Atwood
Salt Water Wash Down: (2) 1 ¼ jabsco, shurflo 12vlt
Shaft: 2 ½” 14’6” length Aquamet 22 – Ron Thomas
Propeller: 4 blade Nybro L, Michigan DQ486 Acutech 32… 34 pitch cup: .030
Rudder: 2.5” Espositos welding
Steering/Hydraulics: Lonnie Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Esposito’s Welding / Nautilus Marine
Electronics: SIMRAD, supplied by BOE
Wiring: Kramp Electronics
Controls: 2F Micro Command
Fuel Tank: 800 gallons, 2 aluminum – Espositos Welding
Windows/Doors: Diamond Seaglaze
Fiberglass Materials: Comp 1
Building Supplies: Hamilton Marine; Napa; Maine Coast Lumber; KL Jack, CW Hayden, Lawson
Upholstery: Sanborn upholstery
Wood Work: Edgerly Woodworking/ drawer, hatch inserts
Trucking/hauling: Ron Murphy
Speed: 25 knots

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F/V All Out - 38' Calvin Beal

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Name of boat: “All Out”
Description: 38' Calvin Beal
Owner: Nick Page
Builder: SW Boatworks
Finisher: SW Boatworks
Fishery: Lobster
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Foam Core
Deck: Coosa Board ¾ bluewater 26, 3 Layers fiberglass, fiberglass I-beams
Hatches: Bomar/Anchor. Custom hatches by Esposito’s welding
Power: 750 John Deere – Minots Diesel Marine
Startup/sea trials: Minot Diesel Marine
Shaft: 2 ½ aqument 22 – Ron Thomas
Propeller: 32-38 -4 Blade – Minots Diesel Marine
Steering/Hydraulics: Lonnie Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Esposito’s Welding / Nautilus Marine
Electronics: Midcoast marine
Wiring: Midcoast marine
Controls: Kobelt
Fuel Tank: 400 gallon fiberglass – SW Boatworks
Windows: Diamond Seaglaze
Speed: 26 knots
Trucking/hauling: Ron Murphy
Marine Hardware/building supplies/equipment: Hamilton Marine / Kellogg

36' Calvin Beal Black Pearl

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Boat Name: Black Pearl
Description: 36’ Calvin Beal
Owner: Phil Black
Builder: SW Boatworks
Finisher: SW Boatworks
Fishery: Lobster
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Foam Core
Deck: Coosa board ¾” bluewater 26, 3 Layers of fiberglass, fiberglass I-beams
Hatches: Anchor
Power: Cummins QSL9 405 - Billings Diesel
Startup/sea trials: Billings Diesel
Shaft: Aquamet 22 2” - Ron Thomas
Propeller: 28" 32 Pitch 4 blade 2" bore - Nautilus Marine
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics / Lonnie Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Espositos Welding / Nautilus Marine
Electronics: Owner supplied
Wiring: Kramps Electronics
Controls: Kobelt
Fuel Tank: dual 300 gallons aluminum - Espositos Welding
Windows: Wynne
Speed: 24 knots at launch
Fuel Burn: TBD at launch
Lettering: Renee Trust
Trucking/hauling: Ron Murphy
Marine Hardware/building supplies/equipment: Hamilton Marine / Kellogg
Owner Comments: I am speechless! I would have never dreamed it would come out so good and so way beyond my expectations. It was a very good experience from everyone all the way around at SW Boatworks. I am very pleased. —Phil Black

44' Calvin Beal "Lost Generation"

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Name of boat: Lost Generation
Description: 44' Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Owner: Wally Gray, Stonington Maine
Builder SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Finisher: Mike Light
Dimensions: 44’ x 17’.5 16’2” Transom
Fishery: Lobster Fishing
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Molded Foam Core
Power: D1 13 Scania, 400hp w/1800 rpm. 2.6:1 ZF 260A marine gear
Shaft: 2.5” Stainless Steel, AQ-22 Shaft-RE Thomas
Propeller: 34x34 4 blade H&H Propeller
Metal Fabrication: Kennedy Marine Fabrication
Electronics: Rumery Marine
Fuel Tanks: 1000 gallons

 

36' Calvin Beal "Heather Ann"

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Name of boat: Heather Ann
Description: 36' Calvin Beal
Owner: Frank Thompson
Builder SW Boatworks
Finisher: Jeff Strout
Fishery: Lobsterman
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Hatches: Ancor - 3
Power: Cummins 405
Startup/sea trials: Kennedy Marine
Shaft: 2”
Propeller: 3032 with cage
Steering/Hydraulics: Rockland Marine
Electronics: Hamilton
Wiring: Joseph Libby
Controls: Cobalt
Fuel Tank: 275 gallons
Windows: Wynne
Speed: 24 knots
Exhaust: Wet exhaust thru stern
Marine Hardware/building supplies/equip: Hamilton Marine
Trucking/hauling: Vaughn West/Adam Thompson
Lettering: Signs by Deno
Owner Comments: Very happy with Calvin Beal boats. This one is built more rugged then his last one, laid up very well.

 

36' Calvin Beal "Ambush"

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Name of boat: Ambush
Description: 36' Calvin Beal
Owner: John Fish
Builder SW Boatworks
Finisher: Eaton Boatshop
Fishery: Diving/urchin/spear fishing
Hull: SW Boatworks solid fiberglass
Top: SW Boatworks solid fiberglass
Deck: Nydacore
Hatches: Bomar (4)
Power: 405 Cummings
Startup/sea trials: Billings Marine
Shaft: 2 1/4
Propeller: 28 square
Steering/Hydraulics: dual ram class 2 ½ / marine hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Nautilus
Fuel Tank: 325 gallons
Windows: Marine Light
Speed: 22 knots – overturned wheel at 200rpm

 

34' Calvin Beal Pleasure Cruiser "Eleanor Cross"

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Name of boat: Eleanor Cross
Description: 34' Calvin Beal pleasure cruiser
Owner: Dave and Kathy Donahue, Scituate, Mass.
Builder / Finisher: SW Boatworks, Lamoine Maine
Dimensions: 34'L x l3'W x 12'; 4" transom; D 3' 10"
Hull: Solid fiberglass, water tight lazerette
Top: Custom Molded Foam Core
Hull color: Agua mist
Accommodations: Sealand vacuum flush head, full V-berth, shower/tread combo, gear locker, full galley up, Force 10 propane stove top and oven
Deck: fiberglass I-beam, coosa board-fiberglass over, non-skid finish
Hatches: 2-24x 24 Bomar
Power: QSB 6.7 480 HP
Startup/sea trials: James Rich Boatyard
Shaft: 2" Aquamet 22 - Ron Thomas
Propeller: 28 x24 4 Blade
Exhaust: Wet riser with 8' surge tube, Soundown muffler, s/s, transom exit
Insulation: Full Soundown package
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics
Hot water system: Attwood 12 gal hot water heater
Washdown: Salt water/fresh water
Rudder: S/s rudder-Esposito's Welding
Cabinet/doors/complete wood work: Cherry wood - Scott Edgerly
Metal Fabrication: Esposito's welding
Electronics: owner supplied / Garmin
Wiring: Kramp Electronics
Controls: Kobelt
Inverter: 12 V, 110 V
Fuel Tank: Aluminum 300 gallons - Esposito's Welding
Windows: Diamond Sea Glaze
Upholstery: Sanborn's Upholstery
Lettering: Tidal Graphics
Speed: Cruise 16kts; WOT- 20kts
Fuel Burn: @16 kts - 15 gallons perhour
Dockage / Hauling / Launching: Ron Murphy, Able's Marine

 

New 30' Calvin Beal Stormy Gale

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Boat Name: Stormy Gale
Description: new 30' Calvin Beal
Owner: Brennan Dyer, Vinalhaven Maine
Builder: SW Boatworks
Finisher: SW Boatworks
Fishery: Lobster fishing
Hull: solid fiberglass by SW Boatworks
Top: custom fiberglass by SW Boatworks
Deck: composite
Hatches: Bomar
Power: 355 John Deere
Startup/sea trials: Startup- SW Boatworks/ Sea Trials Minotts Diesel
Shaft: 2” Aquamett 22- Ron Thomas
Propeller: 28 x 34.6 w/#5 cup
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Esposito’s Welding Surry, ME
Electronics: Kramp
Wiring: Will Duffy- SW Boatworks
Controls: Kobelt
Fuel Tank: 110 Gallon fiberglass under stern deck, SW Boatworks
Windows: Wynne
Speed: 33 MPH GPS
Builder: This is the first 30 Calvin Beal out of the mold. We used the 34 CB top and shrunk it to fit. We are very happy with its appearance and performance. This boat was built for hard working lobster fishing, so it was a lot heavier than it could have been. It was very stable and comfortable under foot. She went very well.

 

Dirigo II

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Name: Dirigo II
Designer: Calvin Beal Jr, Beals, Maine
Builder/Finisher: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Owner: State Of Maine…Marine Patrol
Dimensions: 38’9” L x 15’ W x 14’2” Transom…Draft 4’2”
Lobster Fishing Design: Custom Build for Law Enforcement
Hull: Solid Fiberglass, Watertight Lazerette, Open Stern
Top: Molded Foam Core
Accommodation: Sealand Vacuum Flush Head, 2 Berths, Head, Gear Locker, Simple
Galley Down
Deck: PT 2x4, ¾” Coosa Board With 3 Layers of Fiberglass , Floating Floor in split wheelhouse
Hatches: Bomar, Anchor
Power: CAT C12 700 HP 2.41:1
Start Up/Sea Trials: Billings Diesel
Inverter: 3000 watt
Exhaust: Wet Riser with 8” Surge Tube, Sound Down Muffler, S/S Transom Exit- Esposito’s Welding
Sound Insulation: Complete Sound Proof Package-Sound Down
Fresh Water System: With 35 Gallon Poly Water Tank
Salt Water Wash Down: 1.25 Jabsco
Shaft: 2.50” Stainless Steel, Cutlass, Self Aligning Box-RE Thomas
Propeller: 4 Blade LH 34x36-Nautilus Marine
Rudder: S/S with 2.5” Post-Espositio Welding
Steering/Hydraulics: Dual Ram Steering, Dual Station, 14” s/s hauler-Marine Hydraulics
All Metal Fabrication: Aluminum Radar Mast, Davit, etc-Esposito’s Welding
Wiring: Kramp Electronics
Electronics: Sawyer and Whitten
LED Lighting: Jason Joyce
Quick Launch/retrieve: Onboard RHI Cradle System with 8000lb, 12 Vlt Pull Aboard Wench System-Esposito’s Welding
Controls: Kobelt
Fuel Tanks: 300 gallons, Aluminum-Esposito’s Welding
Windows/ Doors: Bomon-Nautilus Marine
Fiberglass Materials: Composites One
Building Supplies: Hamilton Marine, Kellogg Marine, West Marine
Fasteners: KL Jack
Upholstery: Sanborn’s Upholstery
Cabinets/Doors/Complete Wood Work: SW Boatworks
Lettering: Tidal Graphics
Trucking/ Hauling: Ron Murphy
Speed: 30 mph

 

38' Calvin Beal w/ FPT C90 550 Launched in Bass Harbor, ME

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Just wanted to put up another successful new 38' Calvin Beal build with FPT C90 620 rated at 550 Mhp @ 2530 rpm.

Specs:
38' Calvin Beal - SW Boatworks (Stewart Workman)
Owner: Matt Davis
Boat Name: F/V "Lady Lauren"
FPT engine dealer: James Rich Boatyard (Jamie Thurlow) Bass Harbor ME.
Finisher: Mike Light - Light Fiberglass of Corea Maine
Engine: FPT C90 rated at 550 Mhp @ 2530 rpm
Gear: Twin Disc 2.5:1 w/ live PTO
Wheel: 32" x 34" w/ slight cup Nautilus
Cruise: 2250 rpm = 21.5 knots
WOT: 2530 rpm = 23 knots

Very nice boat. Matt was happy with how smooth the ride was and the performance of the engine, he felt like the engine wasn't even working hard to push the boat was his statement. He liked the fact that he can cruise 19 knots burning around 17.5 gph in a big boat. We all agree that with some lifting rails to make use of the spray that this boat could be a 24+ knot boat and would improve hull efficiency greatly.

 

Lindsay’s Turn

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Designer: Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Builder: SW Boatworks, Lamoine Maine
Finisher: Gil Simmons
Owner: Rex Benner (fishes out of Friendship)
Dimensions: 44’ x 17’.5 16’2” transom
Fishery: Lobster Fishing
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Molded Foam Core
Power: C72-705 Clutch head PTO ZF360… Milton Kat
Start up/Sea Trials: July 20, 2013 
Shaft: 2.5” Stainless steel, cutlass, PYI shaft seal and rudder boxes, self aligning..
Rose’s Marine
Propeller: 36x40 4 blade LH, Nautilus Marine
Metal Fabrication: Simmons welding
Exhaust: 8” wet
Hatches: Freeman, H&H marine
Controls: Kobelt
Fuel Tanks: 280 gallons each/duel tank- aluminum
Windows/Doors: Winn
Fiberglass products: Composite one
Marine Hardware/building supplies/equipment: Hamilton Marine
Trucking/Hauling: Delivery: Benner’s (Rex’s brother)
Launching: Journeys end
Lettering: PDQ Signs
Speed: 21 or 22 caged

 

Paige Ashley

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Name: Paige Ashley
Hull/Top: 36 Calvin Beal, SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine  
Finisher: Ulrickson and Sons, Freeport, ME
Owner: Chad Jordan Hebron, ME
Lobster Fishing
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Molded Foam Core
Deck: 2x4 deck framing, 2 layers 1/2” plywood with 2 Layers of Fiberglass 
Hatches: 5 anchor hatches
Power: John Deere 68yfm 350 hp at 2600
Start Up, Sea Trials:  Minott’s Diesel Services
Exhaust: Wet Riser with 6” Surge Tube
Salt Water Wash Down:  2” Pacer Pump
Shaft: 2” Stainless Steel, Cutlass, PYI Shaft Seal and Rudder Box
Propeller: 4 Blade LH 28x28 ZF Propeller
Rudder: S/S with 3 1/4” Post
Steering/Hydraulics: Signal Ram Steering Marine Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Aluminum Radar Mast, Davit, Ulrickson and Sons
Wiring: Ulrickson and Sons
Controls: Kobelt
Fuel Tanks: 2 120 gallon allium under deck
Windows: Wynne
Fiberglass Materials: Merton’s Fiberglass
Building Supplies: Hamilton Marine, Kellogg Marine
Lettering: The Sign Store
Trucking/ Hauling: Casco Bay Yacht Yales and Dolphin Marine
Speed: 21 knots GPS

 

Steady

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Steady

Owner: Couple from California
Designer:
Calvin Beal
Builder:
SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Finisher:
Farrin’s Boat Shop
Dimensions:
38.9' x 15'
Fishery: Yachting
Power:
Cummins QSM 11 – 670HP
Speed:
25 knots
Gear:
ZF325-1A-2:1
Propeller:
30 x 32.5, 4-Blade - H&H Propeller
Shaft: 2.25"Aquamesh-22
Steering/Hydraulics: Manual Hydraulics
Hardware:
S.S. - Chrome
Electronics:
Sitex – Sawyer & Whitten
Windows:
Diamond Sea Glaze – H&H Propeller
Comments:
“The owners are very pleased with the Calvin Beal design. They are now cruising the Great Lakes, having sailed up the Hudson River and through the Champlain Canal.”

 

44' Calvin Beal "Kayla Anne"

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Name: Kayla Anne
Owner: Joshua Beal, Milbridge, ME
Builder SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Designer: Calvin Beal Jr.
Finisher: Lights Fiberglass, Corea ME
Power: 2.5 to 1 gear ratio, ZF Gear, Iveco 750
Speed: 26 knots
Dimensions: 44’ x 17.5’, 16’ 2” Transom
Fishery:  Lobster Fishing
Hull:  Solid Fiberglass
Top:  Molded Foam Core
Propeller:  36 x 40- Nautilus Marine
Shaft:  2.5” Stainless Steel, Cutlass, Isbsa and rudder boxes Ron Thomas
Steering/Hydraulics:  Marine Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: B. Kennedy
Exhaust:  Rubber, wet-Light’s Fiberglass
Electronics:  Blackmore Electronics and T. Rummery
Hatches:  Rayes Fabricated S/S-Freeman
Fuel Tanks:  2, Fiberglass tanks, 780 gal-Light’s Fiberglass
Window/Doors:  Wynne Enterprises
Fiberglass products:  Composite One
Marine Hardware:  Hamilton Marine
Trucking:  Jim Beal
Lettering:  U Name it


30' Calvin Beal "J-Lynn Zrae"

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Name: J-Lynn Zrae
Designer: Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Builder SW Boatworks Lamoine, Maine
Finisher: Calvin, Bubba, Roger & Cameron Beal
Owner: Roger Beal
Dimensions: 30’ L x 12’ W 11’6” Transom D 3’10”
Fishery: Lobster Fishing
Top: Custom, Calvin Beal
Power: 305 Cummins, ZF 2.5:1 Reduction
Wet Exhaust
Shaft:1 3/4” S/S Aquamet 22
Rudder: Fiberglass 1 1/4” Rudder Shaft
Cutlass, Rudder Ports: RE Thomas, Hancock, Maine  
Propeller: 28x 32  3 Blade   
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics Class 2  Single Ram
Hauler 14” Marine Hydraulics
Wiring: Roger Beal
Electronics: Hamilton Marine
Hatches: Anchor
Controls: Morse
Metal Fabrication: B  Kennedy
Fuel Tanks: Single, Fiberglass Under Stern ,85 Gallons
Windows: Rubber Insert, Tip out Wynne
Trucking/Hauling: Wayne Beal
Lettering: Sonny Beal
Speed: 30MPH 92% Engine Load Turning 2690 RPM

Builder's Comments: This is the first New! Calvin Beal 30. She looks, sails and performs beautifully.
Very spacious cockpit. As the same as the rest of her family she is very stable and easy sailing. They did a great job finishing her off. Call for pricing and availability: 207 667 7427 SW Boatworks


38' Calvin Beal "Miss Maggie II"

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Name: Miss Maggie II
Designer: Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Builder/Finisher: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Owner: Robert Amoroso, Long Island, New York
Dimensions: 38’ 9” L x 15’ W 14’2” Transom D 4’2”
Yacht/Sport Fishing Custom Built
Hull: Solid Fiberglass, Insulated Fish Hold, Transom Livewell, Watertight Lazerette
Top: Molded Foam Core
Awl Grip: Boot Top & Rails, Glendon Stanley
Accomodation: Sealand Vacuum Flush Head, 1 Berth, Shower/Head, Closet & Gear Locker Down Below, Full Galley Down
Deck: Fiberglass I-Beams, ¾” Coosa Board with 3 Layers of Fiberglass, Gelcoated Floors in Salon/Down Forward
Hatches: Freeman, H & H Propellor
Power: Cummins QSM11 715 HP ZF 325-1 2.03:1 Gear, Aqua Drive Shaft/Engine Connection
Start Up/Sea Trials: James Rich Boat Yard
Generator: Kohler, Solar Marine
Exhaust: Wet Riser with 8” Surge Tube and Sound Down Muffler, S/S Transom Exit,
C+C Machine Shop
Sound Insulation: Sound Down
Air Conditioning: Marine Air Refrigerator
Fresh Water System: With 100 Gallon Poly Water Tank Hot Water System
Salt Water Wash Down: 12V Flo Jet Blaster Pump
Shaft: 2.50” Stainless Steel, Cutlass, PYI Shaft Seal and Rudder Box, Ron Thomas
Propellor: 4 Blade LH 30 x 28 Nautilus Marine
Rudder: S/S with 2.5” post, Espositos Welding
Steering/Hydraulics: Dual Ram Steering, Marine Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Aluminum Radar Mast, Espositos Welding, C+C Machine Shop
Electronics: Kramp Electronics
Wiring: Kramp Electronics
Controls: Manual, Kobelt
Fuel Tanks: 500 Gallons, Aluminum, Espositos Welding
Window/Doors: Diamond Sea Glaze
Fiberglass Materials: Composites One
Building Supplies: Hamilton Marine, Kellogg Marine, West Marine
Fasteners: KL Jack
Upholstery: Sanborns Upholstery
Cabinets/Doors/Complete Wood Work: Scott Edgerly
Lettering: Tidal Graphics
Trucking/Hauling: Toppins/Ron Murphy/Ables Marine
Speed: 25 Knots E

Owner's Comments: SW Boatworks: We wanted to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for Wednesday's festivities at the launch of Miss Maggie II. We can't even find the words to describe how much it meant to us. When Miss Maggie II was being lowered into the water we were both getting "choked up".

Owning a boat like MMII has been a dream of ours for a long time. We never imagined she would be so well built and so beautiful. The project has been one of the most exciting things we have ever done . . . and working with you guys has made it even better.

Thanks again.
Rebecca and Bob Amoroso, Owners of Miss Maggie II


38' Calvin Beal "Sea Smoke"

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Recent vessel launch of a 38’ Calvin Beal. Hull and Top by SW Boatworks. Owner-Nick Lunt.

38' Calvin Beal-weight 21-22000 lbs est.
FPT Cursor 13 rated at 750 Mhp @ 2400 rpm
ZF 360A 2.63:1 ratio - not really the best ratio for this boat, should be 2.19:1 but the boat may be fished for scallops or shrimp at slow speed in the future.
Michigan wheel - 34" x 42"
Top speed is 27 knots at 80% load
Cruise speed is 21 knots at 2000 rpm with 22 gph fuel consumption.

44' Calvin Beal "Overkill"

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Here is a recent vessel launch of a 44' Calvin Beal, hull provided by SW Boatworks, hull finished in Friendship by Simmons Boatworks (Gilbert Simmons). Owner is Jimmy Wotton.

Displacement - 34-35,000 lbs loaded
Speed empty - 24 knots
Speed loaded - 22 knots
Cruise speed - 17 knots @ 19 gph loaded.
Engine - Deutz 2015 V8 680 Bhp @ 2100 rpm MCD rating.
Gear - ZF 360A 2.63:1 ratio
Wheel - 36" x 44" on a 3 inch shaft, Michigan Bronze

Fantastic performance out of this hull at this displacement. Very nicely finished off work boat. Thanks to all!

34 Calvin Beal "Atlantica"

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Name: Atlantica
Designer: Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Builder: SW Boatworks Lamoine, Maine
Finisher: Alec and Buster Peasley
Owner: Alec Peasley, Brooksville, Maine
Dimensions: 34’ L x 13’ W 12’4” Transom D 3’10”
Fishery: Lobster Fishing
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Molded
Power: 305 HP Cummins 2.5:1 Reduction, Twin Disc
Wet Exhaust 6”
Shaft: 1.75” S/S Aquamet 22
Rudder S/S 1.75” Peasely Marine
Cutlass, PYI, Rudder Ports: RE Thomas, Hancock, Maine
Propeller: 27x 27 3 Blade
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics Class 2 Dual Ram
Wiring: Peasely Marine
Electronics: Blackmore
Hatches: P&E
Controls: Kobelt
Metal Fabrication: Peasely Marine
Fuel Tanks: Single, Aluminum 110 gallons , Peasely Marine
Windows: Wynn Windows
Trucking/Hauling: Toppins
Lettering: Banner City
Speed: 23 kts cruise 16kts

Owners Comments
You won’t believe this but I am burning less fuel in the new boat running it harder than the same engine in my old boat. I burned 15 gallons hauling 260 traps. I was burning 20 in my old boat with the same engine. I couldn’t believe it! --Alec

44 Calvin Beal "Never Enough"

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Name: Never Enough
Designer: Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Builder: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Finisher: Harrington River Boat Works and friends
Owner: Jeff Strout
Dimensions: 44’ x 17’ 6”
Fishery: Lobster Fishing
Hull: Solid Fiberglass, fish holds 3 24 crates under the floor
Top: Molded Foam Core House moved ahead 24”, four windows
Power: C15 Caterpillar
Start up/Sea Trials: Dennis Welding & Marine
Shaft: 2.5” Stainless Steel, Cutlass, PYI shaft seal and rudder boxes, from RE Thomas
Propeller: 32 x 42 4 blade LH, H& H propeller
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics, Taylored Boats
Metal Fabrication: Kennedy Marine & Fabrication
Wet Exhaust: 10” portside
Electronics/Wiring: Joseph Libby & The Wiring Guy
Hatches: Bomar
Controls: Kobelt dual station
Fuel Tanks: 550 gallons, Fiberglass
Windows/Doors: Wynne windows, Diamond sea glaze door
Fiberglass products: Composite One Beal boat SW Boatworks
Marine hardware/building supplies/equipment: Hamilton Marine, Rumery’s, Kennedy Marine
Trucking/Hauling: Beal Boat
Lettering: Signs by Deano
Speed: 27 knots
All composite materials used Coosa panel and Strongwell fiberglass stringers

38 Calvin Beal "Miller Time"

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Owner: Ryan Miller, Wheelers Bay
Builder: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, ME
Designer: Calvin Beal
Finisher: Ratcliff Bros. and Miller
Power: Cat C12 (665 hp) from Journey's End Marine
Speed: 28
Dimensions: 38' x 15'
Prop: Natilus – 34 x 42
Shaft: Rose Marine, Gloucester – 2 1/2"
Steering: Motion & Marine Hydraulics
Gear: ZF Gear - 2.6 to 1
Electronics: Midcoast Marine / Bob Nelson
Comments: Started and finished in 3 months.

38 Calvin Beal "Gertrude Steele"

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Name: Gertrude Steele
Designer: Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Builder/Finisher: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Owner: John Roth, York, Maine
Dimensions: 38’9” L x 15’W 14’2” Transom D 4’2”
Yacht/Sport Fishing: Custom Built
Hull: Solid Fiberglass, Insulated Fish hold, Transom Livewell, Watertight lazerette
Top: Molded Foam Core
Awl Grip, Hull: Flag Blue, Glendon Stanley
Accommodation: Sealand Vacuum Flush Head, 3 Berths, Shower/Head, closet & gear locker down below, Full Galley Up
Deck: Fiberglass I- Beams, ¾” Coosa Board With 3 Layers of Fiberglass, Teak/Holly Floors In Salon/Down Fwd
Hatches: Freeman H+H Propellor
Power: Cummins QSM11 670 HP ZF 325A 2.03:1 Gear
Start up/Sea Trials: Billings Diesel
Generator: Northern Lights Toppins Diesel
Exhaust: Wet Riser with 8” Surge Tube and Sound Down Muffler, S/S Transom Exit C+C Machine
Sound Insulation: Sound Down
Air Conditioning: Cruisair
Refrigerator
Fresh Water System: With 100 Gallon S/S Water Tank
Hot water System
Salt Water Wash Down: 12vlt Flo Jet Blaster Pump
Shaft: 2.50” Stainless Steel, Cutlass, PYI Shaft Seal and Rudder Box Roses Marine, Ron Thomas
Propeller: 4 Blade LH 32x29 Nautilus Marine
Rudder: S/S with 2.5” Post Espositio Welding
Steering/Hydraulics: Dual Ram Steering / Marine Hydraulics/Lonnies Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Aluminum Radar Mast, Noel Redman, Espositos Welding, C+C Machine Shop
Electronics: Owner Supply, Kramp Electronics, Navtronics
Wiring: Kramp Electronics
Controls: Electronic
Fuel Tanks: 500 gallons, Aluminum,Espositos Welding
Windows/ Doors: Diamond Sea Glaze
Fiberglass Materials: Composites One
Building Supplies: Hamilton Marine, Kellogg Marine,West Marine
Fasteners:
KL Jack
Upholstery: Sanborns Upholstery
Cabinets/Doors/Complete Wood Work: Scott Edgerly
Lettering: Tidal Graphics
Trucking/ Hauling: Toppins/Ron Murphy/Abel Marine
Speed: 24.5 MPH

44 Calvin Beal "Chix Dig It"

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Name: Chix Dig It
Designer: 44 Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Builder: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Finisher: Moses
Owner: Matt Merchant, Jonesport, Maine
Dimensions: 44’ x 17’6"x 16’2” Transom
Fisheries: Lobster Fishing
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Molded Foam Core, Windshield Moved Ahead 18”
Power: C-15 Cat 855 hp 2.5 to 1 gear ratio Dennis Welding
Start up/Sea Trials: Dennis Welding
Shaft: 2.5” Stainless Steel
Propeller:36x40 4 blade LH
Steering/Hydraulics:Marine Hydraulics
Exhaust: Wet
Trucking/Hauling: Toppins Diesel Marine
Speed: 25kts without the lifting Rails

38 Calvin Beal "Kayla Marie"

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Name: Kayla Marie
Designer: 38 Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Builder: SW Boatworks Lamoine, Maine
Finisher: Taylored Boats
Owner: Gary Wood
Dimensions: 38’9” L x 15’W 14’2” Transom D 4’2”
Fisheries: Lobster
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Molded Foam Core
Power: 9.0 liter 500 hp John Deer ZF 2.5 to 1 gear ratio
Start up/Sea Trials: Toppins Diesel Marine
Shaft: 2 ¼ inch
Propeller: 32x32 H&H propeller
Steering/Hydraulics: Dual Ram
Metal Fabrication: Kennedy Marine
Exhaust: Wet
Electronics/Wiring: Full Electronics/Taylored Boats
Hatches: Bomar
Controls: Kobelt
Fuel Tanks: single 250 Gallon
Windows/Doors: Rubber Mounted
Marine hardware/building supplies/equipment: Hamilton Marine
Trucking/Hauling: Toppins Diesel Marine
Lettering: Signs by Deano-Dean McGray
Speed: 23.8 knots

Owner’s Comments: Very Happy with the design style, comfort ability and speed of the boat!

38 Calvin Beal "Madi Gail"

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Name: Madi Gail
Designer: : Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Dimensions: 38’9” L x 15’ W 14’2” Transom D 4’2”
Hull/Top: 38' Calvin Beal
Builder: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Finishers: Phil Corson, Todd Goodell, Leon Hubbard, Travis Mace and Aaron Tibbetts
Owner: Aaron Tibbetts, Bar Harbor, Maine
Fishery: Lobster Fishing
Hull: Solid Fiberglass
Top: Molded Foam Core
Deck: Fiberglass I- Beams, ¾” Coosa board with 3 Layers of fiberglass
Hatches: Anchor, Hamilton Marine
Power: 500 John Deere, Twin Disc 2.5 to 1 gear ratio. Downeast Diesel Southwest Harbor, Maine
Exhaust: Wet, 8” Verna Tube and Trident Hump Hoses,S/S Thru Hull
Start up/Sea Trials: Downeast Diesel
Shaft: 2 1/2” Stainless Steel, Cutlass, PYI shaft seal and rudder box
Rudder: ½” S/S plate with 2” post
Propeller: 32x34 , 4 blade LH
Steering/Hydraulics: Dual Ram, Steering 14” S/S Hauler
Metal Fabrication: Espositos Welding
Electronics/ Wiring: Nick Parlatore
Controls: Kobalt
Fuel Tanks: 300 gallons, Aluminum. Espositos Welding
Windows: Wynne
Fiberglass Products: SW Boatworks
Marine Hardware/ Building Materials: Hamilton Marine
Trucking: Ocean House
Lettering: Tidal Graphics
Speed: 22 Knots

38 Calvin Beal "Flo-Rida"

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Name: Flo-Rida
Designer: Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Builder: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Drive Train Installation: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Finisher: Phil Corson, Bar Harbor, Maine
Owner: Troy Lewis, Southwest Harbor, Maine
Dimensions: 38’9” L x 15’ W 14’2” Transom D 4’2”
Fishery: Lobster Fishing
Top: Molded, Extended Top
Power: 500 John Deere 2.43:1 Reduction, Twin Disc 5065, Downeast Diesel, Southwest Harbor, Me.
Wet Exhaust: 8” With Muffler
Shaft: 2 ½” S/S Aquamet 22 Roses Marine
Rudder: S/S 2 ½” Espositos Welding, Surry, Maine
Cutlass, PYI, Rudder Ports: RE Thomas, Hancock, Maine
Propeller: 32 x 32 4 Blade
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics Class 2 Dual Ram
Hatches: Bomar
Controls: Kobelt
Metal Fabrication: Espositos Welding, Surry, Maine
Stern Extension/Trap Rack: Espositos Welding, Surry, Maine
Fuel Tanks: Single, Aluminum 300 gallons, Espositos Welding, Surry, Maine
Windows: Wynne, Square Framed, Aluminum Insert
Trucking/Hauling: AL Pettigrow, Southwest Harbor, Maine
Lettering: Tidal Graphics
Speed: 25 MPH
Builder's Comments: I am very pleased with the performance of the boat. The “new” 9 liter John Deere made a wonderful work package for this boat. The engine sits real low and is very quiet with a lot of power which sailed this boat with ease. This is the first time we used this motor.

During sea trials the boat sailed at 25.4 MPH (22knts). The prop was a littlel small, which allowed the engine to overturn. I am pretty certain we could have achieved another knot .

Phil and his crew did a wonderful job finishing her off. We are planning on having a couple of 38s on hand for this fall.

36 Calvin Beal "Pretty Woman"

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Name: Pretty Woman
Designer: Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Builder: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Finisher: Eric Clark, Marine Systems, Southwest Harbor, Maine
Owner: Nick Martinez, Orrs Island, Main
Dimensions: 36’ L x 13’9” W 13’Transom D 4’
Fishery: Lobster Fishing
Hull: Solid fiberglass
Lift Rails
Top: Molded, Extended Top. Top raised 5” By Marine Systems
Slit Wheel house
Bunks/Lockers/Equipment Locker
Fish Hold
Power: C9 Cat 565 HP@ 2500 2:1 Reduction, Twin Disc, Milton Cat
Wet Exhaust Shaft: 2 1/4” S/S Aquamet 22, Shaft Tube, Ron Thomas, Hancock, Maine
Rudder: S/S 2” Espositos Welding, Surry, Maine
Rudder Ports:
RE Thomas, Hancock, Maine
Propeller: 28x 30, 4 Blade #5 Cup
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics Dual Stations Class 2 Dual Ram
Wiring: Marine Systems
Inverter
Electronics: Owner Supply
Hatches: Bomar
Controls: Kobelt
Metal Fabrication: Espositos Welding, Surry, Maine /Nautilus Trenton Maine
Fuel Tanks: Dual, Aluminum, 300 gallons, Espositos Welding, Surry, Maine
Windows: Wynne, Diamond Sea Glaze
Lettering: Tidal Graphics
Speed: 27+ MPH
Owner's Comments: Boat was under wheeled during sea trials. With the small wheel she was doing 27 MPH under 70% engine load. With the recommended wheel she should be pushing 30 MPH

34 Calvin Beal "3 Blondes"

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Name: 3 Blondes
Designer: Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Builder: SW Boatworks Lamoine, Maine
Finisher: Jamie Thurlow Bass Harbor, Maine
Owner: Robby Hudson, Goose Cove, Tremont, Maine
Dimensions: 34’ L x 13’ W 12’4” Transom D 3’10”
Fishery: Lobster Fishing
Hull: Solid fiberglass
Top: Molded
Power: 420 Iveco 2.5:1 Reduction, Twin Disc
Wet Exhaust
Shaft: 2” S/S Aquamet 22
Rudder: S/S 2” James Rich Boat Yard
Cutlass, PYI, Rudder Ports:
RE Thomas, Hancock, Maine
Propeller:
28x 32 3 Blade
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics Class 2 Dual Ram
Wiring: Jamie Thurlow
Electronics: Kramp
Hatches: Bomar
Controls: Kobelt
Metal Fabrication: Jamie Thurlow, Bass Harbor, Maine
Fuel Tanks: Single, Fiberglass 200 gallons Jamie Thurlow, Brennon Spofford
Windows Rubber Insert: Daves Glass
Trucking/Hauling: Pettigrows
Lettering: U Name It
Speed: 29 MPH
Owner's Comments: I am very pleased with the performance of the boat. The 420 Iveco sailed this boat with ease. This boat is built with 2x6 deck framing and 3/4' Plywood, glassed over. The boat is built rugged for fishing and goes good. Special thanks to the crew that worked on the project, Jamie, Brennon, Eric Eaton and Ray ray. Thanks to SW Boatworks for supplying a wonderful and good-looking 34 Calvin Beal.

44 Calvin Beal "Jill Cayden"

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Name: Jill Cayden
Designer: Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Builder: SW Boatworks Lamoine, Maine
Finisher: Rahkonen Builders, South Thomaston, Maine
Owner: Shane Hatch, Owls Head, Maine
Dimensions: 44′ x 17.5′
Fishery: Lobster Fishing
Hull: Solid fiberglass, 3 Fish Holds
Top: Molded Foam Core
Power: 700 HP Iveco w/2.5:1 ZF 360A O'Haras Corp. , Rockland, Maine
Start up/Sea Trials: O'Haras Corp., Rockland, Maine
Shaft: 2.5" Stainless Steel, Rose's Marine Cutlass, PYI shaft seal and rudder boxes
Propeller: 34x36 4 blade LH Owner Supply
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics, Motion Industries
Metal Fabrication: Mark's Metal Fab, Rockland, Maine
Wet Exhaust: 10"
Electronics/Wiring: Midcoast Marine Electronics
Hatches: Bomar
Controls: Kobelt
Fuel Tanks: 450 gallons, Fiberglass
Windows/Doors: Diamond Sea Glaze
Fiberglass Products: Composite One
Marine Hardware/Building Supplies/Equipment: Hamilton Marine
Trucking/Hauling: O'Haras Corp., Rockland, Maine
Lettering: PDQ
Speed: 24 knts

38 Calvin Beal "Satan’s Toe"

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Name: Satan’s Toe
Designer: Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Builder: SW Boatworks Lamoine, Maine
Finisher: Sargents Custom Boats Milbridge, Maine
Owner: Larchmont Yacht Club, New York
Dimensions: 38'9" L x 15' W 14'2" Transom D 4'2"
Committee Boat
Hull: Solid fiberglass
Top: Custom Top, Sargents Boat Shop
Power: 315 Yanmar 2.6:1 Reduction
Shaft: 1 3⁄4" S/S Aquamet 22
Propeller: 22x20
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics Class 2 Dual Ram
Wiring: Sargents Custom Boat
Electronics: Sargents Custom Boat
Hatches: Bomar
Controls: Kobelt
Fuel Tanks: Single, Fiberglass 200 gallons Sargents Custom Boat
Windows: Rubber Insert, Daves Glass
Trucking/Hauling: Toppins Diesel
Lettering: U Name It
Speed: 17 knts

34 Calvin Beal "Jeannine Marie"

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Name: Jeannine Marie
Designer: Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Builder: Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Finisher: Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Owner: Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Dimensions: L 34'x W 13’x 12'4" Transom, Draft 3'10"
Lobster Fishing
Hull: Solid fiberglass
Top: Molded Foam Core
Power: Iveco 420HP ZF 2 1/2:1 Reduction
Shaft: 2" S/S Aquamet 22
Propeller: Michigan 28x31 w/#5 cup 3 blade
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics Class 2, 14" s/s hauler
Electronics: Hamiltom Marine
Hatches: Anchor
Controls: Kobelt
Fuel Tanks: Single Fiberglass, 150 gallons under the deck on cenerline
Windows: Rubber Insert
Trucking/Hauling: Wayne Beal
Speed: 32 MPH

36 Calvin Beal "Susan Lynn"

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Name: Susan Lynn
Designer: Calvin Beal, Beals, Maine
Builder: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Finisher: Sargents Custom Boats
Owner: Shawn Costa, Truro, MA
Dimensions: 36' L x 13’ 9" W x 143 Transom, Draft 4'
Sport Fishing
Hull: Solid fiberglass
Top: Molded Foam Core
Power: QSC 8.3 500 HP ZF 2:1 Reduction
Start up/Sea Trials: Kennedy Marine
Shaft: 2" S/S Aquamet 22
Propeller: 26x28 4 blade
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Kennedy Marine
Wiring: Sargents Custom Boat
Electronics: Land and Sea
Hatches: Bomar
Controls: Kobelt
Fuel Tanks: Dual, Fiberglass, 300 gallons - Sargents Custom Boats
Windows: Diamond Sea Glaze
Trucking/Hauling: Toppins Diesel
Lettering: U Name It
Speed: 24knts estimated

38 Calvin Beal "Miss Hattie"

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Builder: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, Maine
Finisher: Composite Yacht, LLC
Owner: Double A Fishing Charters, Inc. - Gibby Dean
Dimensions: 38’ 9" L x 15’ W x 14’ 2" Transom, Draft 4' 2"
Designer: 38 Calvin Beal, Beals, ME
Fishery: Sport Fishing
Hull: Solid fiberglass
Top: Molded Foam Core
Power: Caterpillar 575HP C-9
Start up/Sea Trials: Composite Yacht, LLC - T&S Marine - Midshore Electronics
Shaft: A-22 SS 13' 4.5" L x 2.5" D
Propeller: 34x34 4 blade RH Dynaquad
Steering/Hydraulics: Marine Hydraulic Engineering Co. Inc. – Installed by Composite Yacht, LLC
Metal Fabrication: Composite Yacht, LLC
Stainless Steel Exhaust: FRP Exhaust – Composite Yacht, LLC
Wiring: Composite Yacht, LLC
Electronics: Midshore Electronics
Hatches: P&E Manufacturing Ltd
Controls: ZF Cruise Command Elect. 2 Station
Fuel Tanks: 360 gallon ,Dual Tanks SP Sheet Metal Co
Water Tank: 130 Gallon
Windows: Diamond Seaglaze
Doors: Custom made by Composite Yacht, LLC
Fiberglass products: Composite Yacht, LLC
Marine hardware/building supplies/equipment: King Marine – Hamilton Marine – Paxton Company – MESCO – Port Supply – Composite One
Fasteners: SS - Fastenal
Trucking/Hauling: Composite Yacht, LLC
Upholstery: Price’s Yacht Canvas
Lettering: Composite Yacht, LLC
Speed: 26knts Turning 2525 RPM @ 96% Engine load

Comments: Raised shear 2” all round. Owner is very happy with the handling characteristics. Loves the boat. Speed was measured with 360 gallons of fuel aboard and 130 gallons of water and 4 men aboard.

34 Calvin Beal Sport Fish

Builder: Calvin Beal
Finisher: Farrins boatshop
Owner: Patrick Simmons

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Ellen E

Builder: SW Boatworks, Lamoine, ME
Finisher: Simmons Boatworks, Friendship, ME
Owner: Gil Simmons, Friendship, ME
Dimensions: 39’ 9" x 15’ 4" x 5’
Designer: Calvin Beal Jr., Beals Island, ME
Fishery: Lobster
Hull: Solid fiberglass
Top: Custom top by Simmons Boatworks
Power: C9 Caterpillar (500 hp @ 2500 rpm) w/2.41:1, ZF 325-1A marine gear; Milton Cat
Speed: 23.7 knots (GPS)
Prop: 30” x 34” x 4; H&H Propeller Shop Inc.
Shaft: 2 1/2”; H&H Propeller Shop Inc.
Hauler: Marine Hydraulics Engineering Co. Inc.
Steering: Marine Hydraulics Engineering Co. Inc.
Comments: The Ellen E’s hull was the first Calvin Beal 38 built by SW Boatworks since acquiring Beal’s molds. Gil Simmons praised SW’s work: “It was a really, really nice job – one of the best layups we’ve had in the shop.” Built as a spec boat, the Ellen E will be available “once the lobstering’s over in the fall,” said Simmons.

Ellen E, Calvin Beal 38'

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First Choice

Hull/Top: 2009, 36' Calvin Beal, SW Boatworks, Lamoine Me.
Finisher: Jim Beal, Milbridge, Me
Owner: Joshua Beal, Milbridge, Me
Lobster Fishing: Custom Built
Hull: Solid Fiberglass, Fish hold ,Under Deck Livewell, Watertight lazerette
Top: Molded Foam Core, V Berth Down Below
Deck: 2 x 4 deck framing, 3/4” plywood with 3 Layers of Fiberglass
Hatches: Gibbs, Rumery Marine
Power: Iveco 420 HP ZF 2.5:1 Gear Ratio - Kennedy Marine
Start Up, Sea Trials: Kennedy Marine
Exhaust: Wet Riser with 6” Surge Tube, S/S Transom Exit Kennedy Fabrication
Sound Insulation: None
Salt Water Wash Down: 1 1/2” Jabsco Pump/ 2” Pacer Pump
Shaft: 2” Stainless Steel, Cutlass, PYI Shaft Seal and Rudder Box
Propeller: 4 Blade LH 28 x 28 H+H Propeller
Rudder: S/S with 1 1/2” Post Espositio Welding
Steering/Hydraulics: Dual Ram Steering Marine Hydraulics
Metal Fabrication: Aluminum Radar Mast, Davit, Corner Guards- Esposito’s Welding
Aluminum Trap Rack – Kennedy Fabrication
Electronics: GPS Chartplotter, Radar, Bottom Machine, VHF’s – Blackmore Electronics
Stereo - Owner supply
Wiring: Jim Beal
Controls: Kobelt
Fuel Tanks: 300 gallons, fiberglass, tank under the deck
Windows: Wynne
Doors: Dave’s Glass
Fiberglass Materials: Composites One
Building Supplies: Hamilton Marine, Rose’s Marine
Lettering: Uname It
Trucking/ Hauling: Jim Beal
Speed: 25 knts GPS

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Stalker II

Builder: Calvin Beal Jr., Beals Island, ME
Finisher: Lash Boat, Friendship, ME
Owner: Skip Jastremski
Dimensions: 34 ’x 13’ x 3’10”
Designer: Calvin Beal Jr., Beals Island,
Fishery: Charter/Sportfish
Hull: Solid fiberglass
Top: Custom fiberglass/wood by Lash Boat
Power: QSC8.3 Cummins (490 hp @ 2500 rpm) w/2:1 Twin Disc 5075A marine Gear; Cummins Northeast
Speed: 22 knots (GPS)
Exhaust: Wet; Centek/H&H Propeller Shop Inc.
Prop: 28” x 28” x 4; Nautilus Marine
Shaft: 2”; Rose’s Marine
Steering: Dual station; Marine Hydraulics Engineering
Genset: 6.5 kw Northern Lights; Alaska Diesel
Hatches: Anchor; Hamilton Marine
Fuel Capacity: 200 gallons (single tank)
Comments: Lash Boat is currently tackling a string of repair jobs. “It’s that time of year,” said shop owner Wesley Lash.

Stalker, Calvin Beal 34'


Bits 'N Pieces

Builder: Calvin Beal Jr., Beals Island, ME
Finisher: Lash Boat, Friendship, ME
Owner: Ryan Benner, Friendship, ME
Dimensions: 38’9” x 15’4” x 5’
Designer: Calvin Beal Jr., Beals Island, ME
Fishery: Lobster
Hull: Solid fiberglass
Top: Molded unit
Power: QSM-11 Cummins (450 hp @ 2100 rpm) w/2.47:1 ZF 325A gear; Cummins Northeast
Speed: 20 knots (GPS)
Exhaust: Dry stack
Prop: 32” x 34” x 4; Nautilus Marine
Shaft: 2-1/2”; Rose’s Marine
Steering: Marine Hydraulic Engineering Co. Inc.
Hauler: Marine Hydraulic Engineering Co. Inc
Windows/Doors: Wynne windows; Diamond/Sea-Glaze sliding door
Electronics: Pete Grant
Hatches: Anchor; Hamilton Marine
Fuel Capacity: 300 gallons (two tanks)

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Lindsey E

Hull: Calvin Beal 36'
Fishery: Sport Fish
Dimensions: LOA 36', beam 13' 9", transom 13', draft 4'
Finisher: Sargents Custom Boat
Date Launched: August 2008
Owner: Mike Ernst
Engine: 480hp Yanmar
Speed: 24 MPH
Fuel Capacity: 2 tanks, 470 gallons total, under the deck

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