The Art of Boat Building: Jaruco

The Art of Boat Building: Jaruco

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Jarrett Bay Boatworks presents Jaruco

Boat building is an art. Jaruco, formerly known as Project Ireland from Jarrett Bay, proves it.

Built using advanced techniques, the 90-foot custom sportfish sports a carbon fiber bridge, cabin, decks, and stringer system. Jaruco is the world’s first sportfish to use carbon fiber. Technical aspects aside, watching the build process in this video from Jarrett Bay really highlights the art of boat building.

Jaruco was built to ABS class standards and pushes the envelope for efficiency and safety. The flagship project was led by an owner with long-distance fishing dreams.

Carrying 4,400 gallons of fuel, she’ll be able to go far and fast. 2,600-hp 16-cylinder MTUs that propel her into the mid-40s.

Lightweight construction helps in this endeavor: carbon fiber stringers and bulkheads, titanium shafts and ultra-thin marble veneer flooring. There are six staterooms, including a full-beam master and two separate crew quarters, and the finish throughout is impeccable.

Jarrett Bay builds lightweight, rigorously-engineered boats that deliver cruise speeds in the high 30-knot range and easily attain a top-end of over 40-knots.

More about Jaruco and Jarett Bay Boatworks.

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