These boats on display are a selection from the 41st International WorkBoat Show in New Orleans that took place this past December 2021 at the Morial Convention Center.

The boat Iguana Pro USA brought to the WorkBoat Show measures 30'x10'. On land, it can reach a speed of 7 mph propelled by a 4-cylinder engine inside the console. On the water, the boat is propelled by twin Mercury 300-hp outboards and can reach a speed of 55 knots. Doug Stewart photo.
Scully’s Aluminum Boats brought two boats to the WorkBoat Show in December. Scully’s 2484VWB with cabin measures 24'2"x8'6" with a 12° deadrise. Scully’s 2484LC (landing craft) with center console measures 24'6"x8'6" with a 5° deadrise. Doug Stewart photo
This boat was based on North River Boats’ Seahawk Offshore 2900SXL platform with many modifications to meet Allsalt Maritime’s needs. The boat measures 29'x9'6" and is powered by twin Yamaha 4.2L motors. Doug Stewart photo.
Safe Boats Interceptor measures 35'3"x10' with a 22° deadrise. The boat has a top speed of 55 knots but has a range of 210 miles at 30 knots. The Interceptor can carry up to 14 people. Doug Stewart photo.

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Ken Hocke has been the senior editor of WorkBoat since 1999. He was the associate editor of WorkBoat from 1997 to 1999. Prior to that, he was the editor of the Daily Shipping Guide, a transportation daily in New Orleans. He has written for other publications including The Times-Picayune. He graduated from Louisiana State University with an arts and sciences degree, with a concentration in English, in 1978.

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