The Bertram 25 should be listed. It has the legendary hull lineage, design and toughness of the 31, and was available open and as an express flybridge. This was one of the few small boats that could run big water with larger fishing boats and still have an uncluttered transom in V-drive formation. With sterndrives, it could be fished inshore in shallower areas. The proof of the design lies in the continued restoration of older hulls, with everything from diesel to bigblock sterndrives and outboards, or molded into center consoles. It could be reasonably trailered, which opened up a world of fishing options up and down the coasts. Arguably, the Shamrock Keel drive, for its unique smallboat drive option, could be considered. Also, the Dyer 29 is iconic for its longevity, timeless design, all-weather ruggedness and fishability.