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Thread: Add V-Bow to Houseboat

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    Add V-Bow to Houseboat

    Is it feasible to add a V-Bow to a houseboat with an aluminum hull?

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    Senior Member Endurance's Avatar
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    Nov 2005
    Lake Powell, Utah
    It might help you get more replies if you could mention what you have now and what is your end goal. Do you have a pontoon boat and want to add a v-hull between pontoons to gain some storage? Do you have an existing aluminum monohull and want to make more of a V to improve tracking? Do you have a steel hull and want to replace it with aluminum? Is your goal more of a pointy end at the front for aesthetics or some other reason? There's a lot of knowledge on this board, but I think you'll need to give some of the great minds a little more to go on.

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    Senior Member Stmbtwle's Avatar
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    Apr 2003
    Ruskin, Florida
    Could it be done? Yes, a good welder could make anything you want. A bad welder could do more harm than good.

    Whether it's worth the expense is another question entirely, but not in my book. I'd live with it, or trade the boat.
    She's a tired old barge but she's paid for!

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    Super Moderator OLD HOUSEBOATER's Avatar
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    Oct 2002
    Tavares Florida
    What Willy said +1
    The fries are cold so we gave you extra.

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