Particulars: ft-in [mm]
LOA (hull): 26'-0" 
LOA + Motor (raised) ~29'-0" 
Alternate LOA: (with bracket option and motor raised): ~32'-0" 
Beam Overall: 8'-6" 
WL Beam: 7'-8" 
LWL: 23'-11" 
Draft Hull: 15-1/2" 
Empty Weight: 3,000 lbs [1360 kg]
Displacement: 4,500 lbs [2040 kg]
Pounds per inch immersion: 750 lbs [340 kg]
Deadrise: 12 deg.
Fuel Capacity: 50-80 gal [190-300 L]
Power: 90-150 HP
The Outer Banks was developed as a bigger sister to the Outer Banks 24 and the very popular Outer Banks 20.
Outer Banks 20 Plans and Templates:
Construction plans with full size mylar templates are available. (Scroll to the bottom of this page for available products)
Outer Banks 26 Jig Kit:
We are pleased to offer a jig kit for the Outer Banks 26 design. Details will be posted very soon with a video tour of the kit and the design.
Ken writes, "Rosie was launched today. It is said there is no such thing as a perfect boat. Today I had a hard time finding truth in that statement. She glided off her trailer and floated PERFECTLY on her lines." "The designed displacement is 3,360. I weighed her on the trailer and she came out at 3,000lbs." Power: 90hp Best Economy: 16-18knots at 4.4-4.1nmpg Top speed: 25.6knots at 2.6nmpg. See the data
Above: Hull #1 'Rosie' at 18 knots.
Hull #1 was launched in June of 2019 pictures here. Also, check out her complete build thread on our builders forum. Ken did an amazing job on his build. A custom build jib crane was added so that he could store his Spindrift 9 dinghy on the cabin top.
Hull #2 is the first OB-26 to be built from a CNC cut kit by B&B. The keel was laid in Aug. 2021. The owner decided they would like a bracket on the back to increase available cockpit space and hopefully reduce engine noise. They will also be using a larger 150hp motor. Due to the larger motor and higher potential impact loading, the bottom scantlings were increased from a single layer of 12mm okoume to 1 layer of 9mm and 1 layer of 6mm okoume.