Testimonials from Owners of the Great Alaskan

Kent C, Oregon:
August 11th, 2016:

"We pulled out of Newport Marina yesterday morning and motored up to Depot Bay. I know the reefs in that area very well, and we wanted some blood in the boat. Boated ten Lingcod in about three hours, kept three. Forecast was for 5 second 5-6' swells with 2' wind chop. We drove up early to look before pulling the boat and found 5' swells about 18 seconds no wind whatsoever ... 35 mph out, twenty five mph back...looks like the actual mileage is more like 4-5 mpg. Love the handling, even in the wind! With the over height pilot house, I Was worried about handling in the wind, which proved to be a non issue. I had considered trim tabs, but after almost four hundred miles over the last week, I really don't see the need. The boat to date has exceeded my expectations by far!"

September 10th, 2016

"The boat is very stable and handles well in rough water. Once I have my sea legs, I do fairly well in the cockpit, but I'm not a spring chicken anymore, so I have to be careful! ... All in all, I couldn't be happier with the Great Alaskan's performance. I did spend a little over a week, sleeping in the cuddy and was very comfortable."

September 16th, 2016

"We have been fishing around 55-65 miles offshore in varied conditions. This last trip was rough all day, and a couple of times we took large wind waves broadside while trolling. Everything on the bench seat went on the cabin sole, but nobody got hurt or went overboard which is a good thing! I couldn't be happier with the handling, the hull performance has been excellent in the rough stuff, and very forgiving."

September 17th, 2016

"You are going to like/love your Great Alaskan! After today, I am a total believer!!! The Great Alaskan can handle rough water with ease. In most boats, the offshore conditions would have scared me spitless. Never once felt we were in danger and it was a very mean ocean!"

Butch V, Oregon:
August 21th, 2012:

"We've been going 100+ miles offshore lately, pretty much climbing and surfing the entire way out and back ... This boat handles the rough conditions with ease and we are very happy. Our Suzuki 140 hp is just about right for our 26-footer, lugging a little when turning uphill into the larger waves, but handles it fine and it's great for all other use. We're getting about 3.5 miles per gallon so far."