The Huckins Atlantic 44 offers the best of two worlds: it captures the classic grace and elegant design for which Huckins has long been famous, while using the most modern building techniques and materials available.
The 44's profile, with large windows and mahogany toe rail and trim, is as pretty as ever. The stem has just the right amount of curve, and her long hullsides warp aft into a tight tumble home.
Individuals wishing to avoid the hassles of a large boat and a crew will find that the 44's extra-wide side decks and ingeniously disguised handrails make moving fore and aft easier.
The partially enclosed bridge deck offers an air conditioned helm station that provides protection from the elements. A center door leads inside, but that outdoor feeling isn't lost.
Huckins used fiberglass composite core construction from keel to cabin top. Huckins Quadraconic hull is renowned for its fast and dry ride, small bow rise during acceleration, and shallow draft. From stand still, the 44 accelerates quickly to a top speed of 26 knots, with never more than 3 degrees of bow rise. On plane she rides with no pounding and dry decks.
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