Boat Specifications

The Bad Fish is a 36’ Harris Cuttyhunk, a classic Downeast design that has been cruising in the bays and shoals of New England for almost 100 years. The solid glass hull was laid up in Amesbury, MA, in 1979 and since then has been cruising the waters of the Northeast. After several owners and in need of extensive repairs, I purchased the boat in 2017 and began a much-needed restoration. Over the fall and winter and spring of 2017-18, I completely gutted the boat, raised the wheelhouse floor and roof, built and installed new walls and windows, replaced the tired engine with a 450 hp 74 series Volvo diesel engine, added state of the art electronics, and many more items to make the Bad fish a safe, seaworthy and outfitted charter boat. The rear of the boat (the cockpit) is bigger than most boats of similar size and provides passengers with ample room for fishing or leisure. I chose the name Bad Fish in tribute to the movie Jaws, the best movie ever made.

  • The boat has a total length of 36’
  • a beam of 11.5’
  • drafts 3.5’
  • it holds close to 200 gallons of fuel
  • it has two steering stations
  • a Bow thruster
  • freshwater flushing toilet
  • V berth bunks
  • Wall Safe
  • Stereo
  • 12 volt Power inverter
  • Led lights
  • 60 mile Radar and Sonar
  • 15 Knot cruise