This is a typical recreational speedboat available from the mid-1920s through the 1930s. Their good quality and reasonable price made boating a popular pastime with middle-class America. The availability of cheaper and more durable materials, such as aluminum and fiberglass, ended the age of the mahogany boat in the 1950s.
Subassemblies: Medium Boat chassis with Wooden option +3.
Powertrain: 118-kW gasoline engine with 118-kW screw prop and 30-gallon standard fuel tank [Body].
Occ.: 1 XCS, 5 XPS Body
Cargo: 18 Body
Size: 19'x6'x2' Payload: 0.69 tons Lwt.: 4.1 tons
Volume: 56 Maint.: 184 hours Cost: $1,180
HT: 12. HPs: 375 Body.
wSpeed: 24 wAccel: 4 wDecel: .7 (2.7) wMR: 0.1 wSR: 2
Draft: 1.7'. Flotation Rating: 6.72 tons.
There are no deviations from the MVDS.
A myriad of boats by different manufacturers were available. This design represents an amalgamation of information collected on a number of them.
From the Aerodrome for GURPS
© 2008 by Jim Antonicic