At Right: "Lone Star" sits on her trailer in the
bright Georgia sun waiting for the next trip to a local lake. She
has had a number of features added to better suit her owner's use. Below:
forward seating is made more useful by the addition of courtesy lights,
just visible near the fire extinguisher
Above: The helm incorporated into the engine
box brings all the auxiliary items conveniently together. Below:
radio is handy to the helmsman being located to the side.
Above: The Am/Fm CD Player fits nicely into
the overhead with the speaker to the right. Below:
beam depth transducer is to the left, while the temperature probe,
located on top of the raw water intake, finds the big ones .
At Right: The engine exhaust and overboard
discharges are group on the Port side aft. The large rudder
permits easy handling ahead and astern. The propeller is
completely protected by the full skeg and sturdy skeg bar.