Have You Heard About Either of These Trailerable Trawlers?

We recently learned of two trailerable trawlers that we had not known about when we began our search for our new Kismet. If you are looking for something different check out these two new looks.

The Nimbel Nomad (left) is made in Tampa Florida, have been built since 1990; they also produce models called Wanderer and Kodiak. The Nomad version is a 25-ft. trawler built to accommodate a small outboard engine (up to 50 hp). I was able to download their brochure right off of the website for additional information. Besides the 25-ft. model there will be a new 29-ft. Nomad being designed for introduction at the Annapolis Power Boat Show in October 2011. The company’s goal is to enlarge the cockpit, make the cabin two feet larger and have a separate shower for this new Nomad series.

The Nomad 25 (right) is another trailerable trawler previously unknown to us. During our research we found the boat has everything one would need to be out on the water. Take a look and see what you think.

Comments

  1. Ron says:

    Link for Nomad 25 is not quite right. Should be: http://www.nomadhouseboats.com/
    (‘s’ on the end is missing.)
    BTW, page says owners are retiring and the business is for sale…

    1. admin says:

      Fixed. Thanks for the note.

  2. Lorne Cook says:

    Re: Nimbel nomads.
    Compared to the Ranger Tugs they are very crude. But as the saying goes, you get what you pay for.