Titan Design

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Titan-Aluminum by John Halko, Jasper, GA

August 13, 2018 - It took us almost six months of actual work over a 2- 1/2 year period; we are proud. Your plans were absolutely great, we could not have done the task without them. Thank you! Wherever we go, it's a real "head turner".

Glen-L Titan (Steel) by Bart Beets, New Zealand

May 26, 2019 - Had a great time building her and the trailer over the last 7 years. Launched her over the last weekend, best fun! Thanks for an awesome boat building plan.

Titan by Carlos Bairo, Sydney, Australia

Update November 2015 - Gayle, thanks to you and all the guys from the forum that advice me on the project, and especially to Kevin Morin, and Doug that was building Titan in wood and advised me on the construction. Titan is built from aluminum -5083 marine grade and Scott finish with alloy / wood cabin an interior my job with titan is up to deck . April 2013

Titan by Greg Rehill, Parksville, BC, Canada

March 2015 The evolution of a Titan Tug started construction in Feburary, 2015 on Vancouver Island in Parksville, British

Titan Part II by Greg Rehill, Parksville, BC, Canada

12/7/2020 - Continuation of the build of the Glen-L design Titan Tug. Part 1 covers the hull construction, roll-over and the preliminary motor installation. Part 2 covers the sole framing, superstructure construction, controls and electrical

Titan by Doug Harrison, Roseneath/Colborne, Ontario, Canada

Updated 13 January 2014 18 September 2013 I was about 3 years building the tug including a year and a half off to build a new house and workshop. We launched July 2012 and put 400 miles on that year, then this year we were out for 5 weeks steady, logging over 715 nautical miles. Very pleased with the boat and get lots of attention. Handles extremely well and is excellent on fuel. Anybody can contact me regarding the build at offshore@bell.net. Doug a.k.a. “slug” on the Boatbuilder Forum


5 Responses to Titan Design

  1. Carlos bairo says:

    thanks to all GLEN L MARINE MENBERS

    Carlos Bairo

  2. John Downey says:

    Beautiful little tug. Amazing looking brightwork.

  3. Bart says:

    Dan H, she sits on the waterline, just painted the antifoulant to 4″ above it as recommended by the manufacturer.

  4. Dan H says:

    What a beautiful work of art! I note that she sits slightly above the waterline. Is there still things going into it? Please, please consider doing a short YouTube video if her leaving dock, doing a couple turns, and maybe a reverse. I promise to be one of the viewers… I just hope my Goliath looks as good as your Titan when finished. Thanks for the update!

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