2020 Devlin Goose Lodge 22

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Yacht Overview

Make: Devlin

Model: Goose Lodge 22

Year: 2020

Length: 22′

Located In: North Palm Beach, FL

Engine/Fuel Type: unleaded

Hull Material: Wood

YW#: 9200536


Will be on Display at the 2024 Stuart Trawlerfest – Feb. 27 – Mar. 2 


This 2020 Devlin 22′ Goose Lodge is an outboard-powered bay runner with a walkthrough windshield that is modeled after Sam Devlin’s popular Surf Runner design combining classic looks with modern performance and reliability.  This Devlin 22′ boat was custom built to the current owner’s specifications by the master craftsman himself at his facility in Olympia, WA.


The responsive hull of the Goose Lodge 22 is designed to cut through the waves, keeping the pounding to a minimum and the comfort levels to the max. Thanks to a plethora of smart storage and comfortable seating, the Devlin 22′ Goose Lodge is the perfect boat for spending the day cruising with family and friends. 


Powered by a 150hp Yamaha engine with only 35hrs as well as a 6hp Yamaha this 2020 Devlin 22′ Goose Lodge Custom Bay boat is for trolling around. She sports an open layout including a wide comfortable aft bench seat, two captain’s chairs, and u-shaped bow seating.  This 22′ Devlin comes with a full cover as well as bespoke Bimini top with side curtains for escaping inclement weather or providing some much-needed shade.


Trailer is in included with the sale. 

Full Specs


LOA: 22
LWL: 20.42
Beam: 10.08 ft
Displacement: 3,300 lb
Dry Weight: 2,500 lb


Engine Brand: Yamaha
Engine/Fuel Type: unleaded
Engine Power: 150|horsepower
Engine Type: Outboard

Engine Brand: Yamaha
Engine Model: Tiller
Engine/Fuel Type: unleaded
Engine Power: 6|horsepower



Notable Features
  • Yamaha 150HP Engine (35Hrs)
  • Yamaha 6HP Tiller Engine
  • Simrad Display
  • VHF Radio
  • Battery Charger
  • Dual Optima Batteries
  • Electric Windlass
  • 2020 Venture Com-6000 Dual Axle Trailer

About Devlin Boat Builders

You can’t talk about Pacific Northwest boatbuilding without talking about Sam Devlin who, more than 40 years ago, established Devlin Designing Boat Builders on the shores of Puget Sound in Olympia, Washington.


Devlin uses the stitch-and-glue method. With plywood, wire “stitches”, fiberglass, and epoxy he has built everything from his 7-foot, 6-inch Polliwog tender to a 65-foot power catamaran. He is a widely admired master of the method. His book, Devlin’s Boatbuilding: How to Build Any Boat the Stich-and-Glue Way, has sold more than 50,000 copies. He may not like to define himself by numbers, but more than 1,200 of his designs have been built, 482 of them by his own yard.

Stitch & Glue Method

The Stitch and Glue method uses wire sutures to hold panels together until they can be joined permanently with epoxy and fiberglass tape, then outside of the hull is completely coated with fiberglass or Dynel cloth sheathing. All exposed wood is coated with epoxy to encapsulate the boat from sun and sea to retain the excellent characteristics of wooden boats without the drawbacks of traditional building methods. The boat is then finished with high quality marine paint to giving the whole project a mirror sheen.


You can learn more about Sam Devlin’s build process at the following:

  • hXps://www.passagemaker.com/lifestyle/sam-devlin-beauEful-mind
  • hXps://devlinboat.com/devlin-custom-built-boats/

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