feature welded aluminum, color-matched windshields and custom fitted enclosures using superior Strataglass and EZ2CY materials. They offer
comfort in beautifully appointed cabins, and the larger models offer optional helm deck A/C and heat to extend your boating season. Customers will appreciate Albemarle’s open, uncluttered cockpits that are equipped with oversized fishboxes, livewells, and storage for all your tackle and equipment. Albemarle Yachts was founded in 1977 as Scott Boat Works by Scott Harrell Sr. In 1978, the company incorporated as Albemarle Boats and Mac Privott joined the company. 1979 saw the introduction of the Albemarle 24; the 21 Albemarle followed in 1980 and the 27 Albemarle in 1984. Other highlights include the Albemarle 280 Express debuted at the 1996 New York Boat Show, as well as the Albemarle 242 Center Console being introduced. In 2001, Albemarle Boats refurbishes and moves into boat building facility on Midway Drive. In 2015, Albemarle and Carolina Classic was purchased by Murphy Alternative Investments; Albemarle and Carolina Classic unite to become Albemarle Boats, The Carolina Classic, Debut of the brand at Fort Lauderdale Boat Show.