Equally adaptable for use as a day boat, diving, fishing or a yacht tender, the Albury 20 possesses the same qualities of seaworthiness and ride as her larger siblings. With her narrower beam and more rounded bilge, this boat simply does not pound. Her fine forward section cuts through the chop. Aft, she has a 19 degree deadrise. Both sections are working full time due to her balanced weight distribution.
She has a simple, uncluttered deck layout to maximize her interior volume. A newly designed console, splash well, and livewell/leaning post option, makes her just that much better. The 20 is economically driven, achieving top speeds of 42 mph powered by a 150 hp four-stroke, and 46 mph with a 175.
A great choice for couples, teens, or single-handing, this will probably be the last small boat you ever own.
The more I use her, the more I like her.
Palm City, FL
Those who have ridden on the boat or fished with us are universally impressed by the ride….she just goes and goes…solid as a rock.
Boating since 1962…the Albury is without a doubt the softest, nicest riding boat I have ever been on, period…you have a wonderful crew working at your shop. It is obvious that they all take great pride in building the boats. (1 year later) you take care of the customer after the sale…rare thing that anyone would go to the lengths you have to correct a minor situation…you went way over the top.
St. Petersburg, FL
The boat (27) eats big chop, we call her chopasaurus…caught and released an Atlantic long bill spearfish on the boat yesterday in very rough seas. The boat handled very well. Having the engines close to the transom made the difference on 6 or 7 occasions when the fish streaked under the boat and I had to bring the rod around the back to switch sides.
Sunday we took my mother-87, father-87 and uncle-92 (2 on wheel chairs) out for a spin. Total 12 people on the boat. Everyone had a seat and loved the ride. Try that on a Contender.
Key Biscayne, FL
Albury 23 is a truly impressive boat. Handles both a head & following sea with equal adeptness...like where did the waves go? Handled 3-6’ seas amazingly, way better than our old 24 Grady. Thanks for a great job.
Just wanted to say, after three seasons, I am still tremendously enjoying my Albury 23. She has a wonderful kindness in a sea and is truly reliable - and she always turns heads. I've had people come down the dock just to see her and find out where she came from. I'm running charters on her now. The customers are always impressed, as I continue to be.