Paul Mann Boats announces construction of new 63′ Sportfish

By on June 3, 2018

Construction started in February at the Paul Mann Custom Boats facility in Manns Harbor on Hull 140, a new three-stateroom, two-head 63-foot sportfish yacht.

The company is celebrating its 30th year in boat building with the beginning of the new yacht.

The boat is slated for the Gulf of Mexico and sportfishing destinations and resorts around the world. Her home port will be Sarasota, Fla.

When complete, Hull 140 will feature twin C32 ACERT 1600 BHP at 2300 RPM engines and gyro stabilizers. She’ll also sport a full galley and a roomy salon with all the comforts of a luxury home. Much of the interior detail is still to be determined by the owners, as well as Mann and his engineering team, but teak accents will be on the exterior areas and cherry for joinery.

“We are very excited and grateful to have the build for the new 63′ in this our 30th year,” said Mann, builder, and CEO. “She will be well-appointed, fully equipped, and tournament ready, but also designed and prepared for traveling in comfort and style to any desired destination for family fun!”

Mann’s craftsmanship is recognized throughout the marine and woodworking industries. Over its 30 years, the Paul Mann company has evolved from building functional, seakindly and great running boats for the North Carolina coast to becoming a custom boat builder industry leader.

As the construction moves forward on this yacht, photos of the process will be available at

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