Still in the development stages but getting there! I brought as a bare shell and did the lot myself. It's a Mac 4.2m pontoon design with a whopping 2.2m beam!!! - the stability is such, you can sit 3 big guys on the side and it hardly moves an inch.
Quite a big floor area with the seatbox removed, I'm going to put it on sliding rails. The hull is 10 - 12mm thick and she handles any sea you can throw at it... but you WILL get wet in anything over 15knots of wind from the side. the sides are low, but I find this great for the style of fishing I do, especially flyfishing.
The pontoons are foam filled to coastguard standard, so she cannot sink, and will float level if swamped. The motor is a Merc Lightning aka, Tohatsu 40hp 3cyl and is a cracker. Top speed for the 550kg rig is 51.5kmh, which I think seams pretty reasonable, drops to 47kmh with two on board.
The console is a factory fitment and only cost me NZ$200. They are an awesome console with lots of internal storage - I can get two full 25l tote tanks in there plus more! I originally had the 3.6m version which also is a wicked craft and much more manageable, but smaller in fishability!
Since these photos I have put in a fully carpeted anchor locker which doubles as a seat and some full stainless bow rails. I run two 15l tanks which is ample for a days fishing as the engine runs on the smell of an oily rag. Nearly all onboard has been made from scratch - i.e. the windscreen is made of a grabrail, an upside down boarding ladder, an old deck chair and some old perspex. The only thing I dont really like is the huge rear boarding platforms - they are a feature for divers and I've yet to decide what to do with the, as I see it wasted space, although they make a fabulous swim/dive platform.
The hull has an 11degree deadrise, and being poly soaks up waves up to a metre with ease head-on, being quite dry, as the spray hits the pontoons and gets thrown out to the side. I have had it majorly airbourne a few times which is quite fun. The average wind here blows 15knots so saftey is paramount. I was out the other day in 30 knots + which it handled well, but I was soaked from head to toe! I mean saturated by the short steep harbour chop.
A few of the shots below were before finishing and during testing the setup.