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Dave’s Custom Boats

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QCrew’s friend Dave Hemmingson, the founder of Dave’s Custom Boats, is making some fantastic boats and we thought you’d like to see some of his latest creations. Using the acronym DCB, Hemmingson has been building high performance boats more than two decades and has led one of the most significant and ambitious new model development and tooling programs in the industry.

Unlike many conventional boat builders, each boat produced at DCB is treated as an individual, unique creation, customized to the exact wishes and desires of its intended owner. We highly recommend visiting the DCB website and to look at the available options and design cues; we’ve designed and fantasized about owning several. Every model is an original, created in-house by DCB factory trained technicians using the latest and most advanced design and construction technologies available.

This year marks a major milestone for DCB as the company celebrates its silver anniversary after cementing its roots up and down the Colorado River—a hotspot for recreational boating enthusiasts up and down the West Coast—and evolving into one of the nation’s most notable performance boat builders.26712-9193801

Available with outboard power from Mercury Racing – starting at 600 horsepower (2X300HP Outboard Engines) and going all the way up to 3100 horsepower (2X1550 Sterndrive Engines), the boats are available from 26 to 41 feet long.

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