Open Water


The Biscayne Handles Rough Runs While Maintaining Stealth and Poling Ability

With its unique hull design, the Biscayne can handle any water conditions that are between you and your favorite tarpon, permit or bonefish spot. Once you get there, the Biscayne poles silent, spins on a dime and puts you in position for that perfect cast. Plain and simple, this skiff will help you catch more fish!

  • Weight – 595 lbs.
  • Draft – 7″ with engine & fuel
  • Length – 16′ 4″
  • Beam – 70″
  • Recommended Power – 60 hp – 70 hp
Features & Specifications


The Marquesa Handles Rough Runs While Maintaining Stealth and Poling Ability

The Marquesa is named after the Marquesa Keys near Key West. Getting there requires crossing the Boca Grande channel, which can become five miles of hell without much notice.

  • Weight – 695 lbs.
  • Draft – 7″ with engine & fuel
  • Length – 18′ 1″
  • Beam – 79″
  • Recommended Power – 90 hp – 150 hp
Features & Specifications


The world’s finest fishing focused Bay Boat

The first Hell’s Bay boat designed around inshore and near-shore fishing, the Estero™, combines the classic features of a Hell’s Bay skiff with the capability to handle the big waters of the coast. Designed for performance and fishability, this Bay Boat offers a smooth dry ride, a silent hull, plenty of storage, and all the elements the Hell’s Bay skiffs feature. At a full 24 feet, 10 inches in length with a 8′ 6″ beam this boat can handle up to a 400 hp engine. While stable and fast, the Estero™ only draws 13″-15″ inches of water on the flats. After two years of development, Hell’s Bay Boatworks has produced a top of the line Bay Boat that any hardcore fishermen or weekend angler would love.

  • Weight – 3100 lbs.
  • Draft – 13″ with engine & fuel
  • Length – 24′ 10″
  • Beam – 8′ 6″”
  • Recommended Power – 300hp Standard (400 hp Max) – Single Engine
Features & Specifications