Built in Hialeah FL (N Miami) the Scholl mfg (later the Vega Mfg) company's made a deep V 20 footer open dual console day boat during the 60s. Powered by single and twin Volvo B18 and AQ100 drives. You never slowed down for even the tallest tug boat wake. What a wonderful ride for a small boat. I had connections during the 80s that enabled me to repair the original down draft Zenith carbs. Volvo finally went Solex and then the B20 engine. I restored a pile of these little marvels. The hardened owners in coastal Georgia would never give them up. When the balsa coring gave out, I ripped out the inside lamination, cleaned out the old balsa soup, scored plywood and rebuilt from the inside. Rebuilt the transoms and installed Volvo 280 and DPs with 260hp v-8s. Sadly, I took the last incomplete project hull to the land fill a few years ago. I occasionally see the last one running south of Savannah once in a while. It's more epoxy patch than it's original skin but still rides well (and floats). If anybody has ever rode on the WellCraft V20, They bought the molds, added an in-liner, added a couple of lifting strakes and made them for several more years. The hull is still deep but a lil modified aft to help the speed and mpg. I bring all of this up to; Answer http://www.yachtforums.com/threads/...g-on-a-yacht-and-living-on-a-houseboat.25232/ #16 and help Norseman get out of the car #17. Anybody out there remember the Vega 20s or WellCraft V20s? But wait, there is more; I just purchased an old Wellcraft V20. My father is putting an old Merc outboard together and we should be re-living the ride in a couple of more weeks. Our last work boat (Aquasport 17) is down pending a new alloy fuel tank and taller transom. Pictures in a few days.