MONTICELLO, AR (August 28, 2017) – SeaArk Boats is excited to announce the addition a 26-foot model to both its Commercial Use Boat (CUB) and Workhorse lines.

The CUB and Workhorse models are beefed up, square nosed designs of our modified V models. Both models come standard with a 3 all-welded hull, standard paint, double-channeled transom, double-welded chine, heavy-duty rub rail, two breaks in side for added strength, eight kilgores with ice runners, an extra rib, bow deck with storage, rear bench seat with storage, and floored area for battery and fuel tank. The Workhorse model has the additional standard feature of push knees.

A variety of additional options can create a semi-custom design to fit customer needs. These options include a cabin, outboard protection bar, built-in fuel tank, and additional storage.

Specifications for both models are 26’ length with a 95” beam and 72” bottom.

Chris Yaney, SeaArk National Sales Manager stated, “These models are designed for light commercial use and geared towards government agencies, local fire and rescue departments, or barge and river operations. They provide a large interior, durable design, and a variety of available options. They can also appeal to fishermen who want an even heavier duty fishing boat than our standard jon boats.”

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About SeaArk Boats: With over 59 years of experience in boat building, SeaArk Boats (owned by Correct Craft) is the industry’s premier aluminum fishing boat known for outstanding product quality and excellent customer service. Mostly known for heavy-duty aluminum boats built specifically for cat-fishing, SeaArk also builds bass- and crappie-fishing boats, jon boats, duck boats, and bay boats, offering a wide variety of tunnel and jet tunnel hulls. For more information visit

About Correct Craft: Celebrating 92 years of excellence in the marine industry, Correct Craft is a Florida-based company with global operations. The Correct Craft family includes Nautique, Centurion, Supreme, Bass Cat, Yar-Craft, SeaArk, and Bryant boat companies, Pleasurecraft Marine Engine Group, and Aktion Parks. For more information please visit