Here is a video we did on a sweet tiller Caimen Hp with a 60 HP Suzuki. He has a grab bar attached to his cooler with seat cushion, pop-up bow cleat, and other accessories.
Here is a video for a Caimen center console that is headed to South Florida with a 70 horsepower Yamaha Two-Stroke and Jack-plate. This skiff also has the custom East Cape shallow water anchor system installed, insulated cooler, pitch tank, and blacked out trailer.
I took my kids out on the Caimen today in Biscayne Bay to put the last few hours on the motor for the break in period. I ran across the bay towards Elliot Key and stopped at the sand bar for a few quick pics. As i was leaving the sand bar i looked to the west and saw a gray wall of rain moving in my direction. As it got closer i realized that it wasn’t rain it was the leading edge of a cold front. Suddenly the wind picked up to 20 mph and the seas were a NASTY 2 foot with 3 footers mixed in. I had a 10 mile run back to the marina so i figured i should start heading back before it gets any worse. I pointed the Caimen towards the marina and before i could get going we took 3 foot waves over the bow. The water in the cockpit was up to my ankles but it immediately drained into the bilge and was pumped out in a matter of seconds. I then hit the throttle and started running into the nasty conditions. I was completely amazed how the Caimen was slicing through the waves and keeping us dry! It seamed that the faster i would go the better she would ride. I ended up cruising at 30 mph and when i arrived at the marina i thought to myself
Here is a video we did on a white center console Caimen HP with a 70 HP two stroke Yamaha headed to Texas. Lots of accessories like a trolling motor, custom platforms, and an IPAD mount.