This 22C Commercial from $6,999.00 each with Minimum Order of 4 boats
22A Commercial Heavy duty hand painted inside
22D Recreational smooth molded inner liner
Widest selection of models, types and designs of fiberglass boats. From fiberglass recreational boats and pleasure yachts to commercial water taxi, commercial fishing and work boats we offer the best construction, boat building has to offer.
Most classic Allmand boats built from the 1960s through today are still on the water providing in enjoyment to the original or used owners. Virtually of our early boats as early as from 1964 are collected and restored to their original condition condition. We build our panga boats today the same way we did in the past. we figure why mess with success. Building the time tested way means our hulls could last a lifetime. Allmand boats offers custom-made to order designs for every model listed on the website.
Genuine Panga boat designs are known for several advantages. One key feature to the panga boat is the delta pad that runs the length of the hull from two inches flat at the bow to about 16 inches at the rear. This delta pad protrudes about one inch from the slight V hull bottom. This delta pad acts like a rail and the hull rides on this pad. The effect is less hull surface area in contact with the water so less friction, less strain on the engine, better fuel economy, better ride in choppy bay waters. The original idea for the design was to make it easy for village fishermen to pull their boats up onto the beach. The high bow is designed to counter the weight of a fisherman standing on the bow and pulling up heavy gill nets. Other features with the panga design include a foam filled gunnel that makes the boat self righting; self bailing scuppers so in case the boat is swamped the water can flow out the sides.
Another benefit of the scuppers is any rain water will also wash out the sides. One misunderstood feature of the scuppers is that water comes inside the boat. There is a simple explanation for this. When you are running the boat you keep the scupper caps screwed closed because if they are open during regular operation water will come in whenever the boat turns one way or the other, then as soon as the boat straightens out the water will wash out. scuppers are to be opened when you are in rough seas, stormy weather, or you have the boat docked in storage and do not want rain water accumulation on the deck area. The options for this 22 as well as the 29 is to have a low sided version or a high sided version.