Each Hacker-Craft mahogany design can be custom-tailored to meet your unique requests. We can also build an entirely custom boat, limited only by your imagination.
Our latest line of award-winning boats--the Hacker-Craft SPORT--is the ideal family boat. Ranging in size from 25 to 33 feet--sturdy in construction, wide in beam, offering a bit more freeboard for dryness and sea-going quality--these meticulously built boats carve through the water with ease and comfort. Their contemporary designed transoms--with built in steps and swim platforms--make for easy boarding in and out of these boats when swimming, waterskiing and tubing.Request Info
John Hacker's words for his runabouts ..."crafts supreme in their boating completeness"--aptly describe "The Steinway of Runabouts" since the 1930s. Hacker-Craft Runabouts, ranging in size from 24 to 35 feet with twin and triple cockpit configurations, provide a beautifully balanced ensemble of hull and power. Our driving angle for the propeller shaft produces a level planning position at all speeds. The level ride is the secret to the Hacker-Craft's legendary riding comfort --the last word in luxurious water travel.Request Info
Relive the tradition and brilliance of matchless racing firsts each time you board the cockpit of a Hacker-Crafts Gentleman's Racer--ranging in size from 22 to 30 feet. Over his six decade career, John Hacker enjoyed the distinction of having designed and built more successes in speed craft than all other builders combined. The built-in speeds, Hacker's fundamentals of design and construction alone were responsible for the Hacker Racer's winning traditions.
Hacker-Craft tenders adorn some of the largest and most famous yachts in the world.
Our most recent build was a 33’ tender for the 242’ mega yacht Odessa II.
“This is a new design for us, one that speaks to the needs of the mega yacht industry,” said George Badcock, president and CEO of the company. “We are delighted to have had the opportunity to build the tender for a yacht as large and beautiful as Odessa II. We are now working on potential tenders for several other yachts, and look forward to growing our tender business.”