Stock #070248 -
It was just 10 years after World War II ended that a little company called Highway Products was launched in Canby, a suburb of Portland, Oregon.
Taking advantage of the newfangled fiberglass technology as well as the popularity of outboard engines, the company produced a line of car-top and small trailerable boats under the brand name Seaswirl.
By 1961,the company had grown enough to purchased by a larger company, Bramco, which expanded the line during the boating boom of the 1970s. The company grew to the point where they attracted the attention of the huge Outboard Marine Corporation, which was increasing its market share for Johnson and Evinrude outboards by acquiring boat companies and, in 1987, the renamed Seaswirl Boats came under the OMC corporate umbrella.
Now located in Culver, a small town on the Crooked River in mid-Oregon, the 230 person workforce at Seaswirl builds a line of fiberglass runabouts, walkarounds, center consoles and cuddies ranging from 17 up to 25 feet.
I was recently shown a brochure of a 2005 Seaswirl bowrider, where the company claimed the boat could not be 'flipped'.
This boat has the look and lines of a 'classic' bowrider of this period combined with Seaswirl's build integrity and sea handling.These are very versatile and safe boats.
The Current owner has used the boat very little and has decided it is time to sell.
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