I’ve owned 15 boats, and for its size, my 24’ runabout is the toughest, most seaworthy boat I’ve come across.John McBride, Chairman/CEO Porcelain Metals Corporation
This ultimate runabout combines precise detailing with strength and seaworthiness. Whether it’s ferrying cargo to an island home during a gale or leisurely cruising with the family, the 24’ provides a reassuring extra margin of safety. It offers the maneuverability needed for narrow inland passages and the confidence required for ocean-like conditions.
While other 24’s may flex noticeably in heavy seas, the Limestone possesses the hull strength to confront even the most intimidating seas. And the considerable bow sheer and high gunnels ensure that the occupants remain dry. Equally at home in calm waters, the 24’ forms a stable platform while at rest. Here, she is shown with optional anchor well, docking lights, extended bowrail and anchor roller. Rejecting conventional expedience, the 24’ is a purposeful boat that dares others to follow.