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Our boats are carefully designed and crafted to produce high performance as well as durability and beauty.

     Our stringer-frame method of construction is engineered to create a warped plane, deep-V hull that comes alive, performing under inboard or outboard power with superior response and strength compared to fiberglass hulls.

     Longitudinal stringers running outside the permanent frames support the hull skin.

24 foot Tyee under construction at Nexus Marine
The 20 foot Coho at cruise speed
     Variable deadrise is the key to the compromise between stability and a smooth ride. With a transom deadrise of between 10 and 16 degrees, the chines are immersed and the sectional shape confers great stability. The stability of our boats is a pleasant change from the excessive rolling of many fiberglass constant deadrise deep-Vs.

     A 50 degree deadrise at the stem and 30 degrees at the point of entry about a third back produces a very smooth ride. Hollow waterlines in the bow cut the water cleanly, curling it back on itself to keep the boat dry.



For brochures on semi-custom wood boats or further information on our custom wooden boat building and design services, please email us by clicking on the E-MAIL icon below, or inquire by mail to:

Nexus Marine Corporation   Phone 425-252-8330
3816 Railway Ave.    
Everett, WA 98201-3838 Email to Nexus Marine Corporation
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We are located on the Snohomish River in the Pacific Northwest, about 20 miles north of Seattle.
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