Hullmaster Douglas Yachts
is the producer of the Hullmaster 31, which is based on the Douglas 31. The history of Hullmaster Douglas: Roy Brooks of Hullmaster Boats, LTD acquired one or more of the original Douglas 31 molds when Douglas Marine Craft (the original builder of D31ís) went out of business. Hullmaster built Hullmaster 31ís in Picton, Ontario about the same time as North American Fiberglass Moldings was building D32ís (a slight variation of the same theme). The last Hullmaster 31 was built in 1979. Wilfred Johnís galley is equipped with an ice box with 12-volt refrigeration, lots of dry storage, an alcohol stove and a sink. The teak ice-box top doubles as a navigation station. Two full-length berths provide comfortable seating and a strong bulkhead configuration. The forward V-berth, is separated from the salon area with teak doors, providing two private berths. The head is located between the salon and the V-berth. All corners are rounded, and hand rails are conveniently located. The cabin sole is laid teak plywood bonded to a fiberglass sole and with access ports to bilge, water tank and thru-hull instrument fittings. A drop leaf table, located in the main cabin between the settees, folds up against the forward bulkhead.