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Dream Boat: Line Set

Peek inside this custom-built Sport fishing yacht.

Photography by Rachel Acquaviva

For some, the best part about living in the Lowcountry is the abundance of places to go boating. This month, we searched for the baddest boat in the area, and what we found did not disappoint. The Line Set is owned by the Mingledorff family and run by Capt. Corrin Askeland, who has worked with the family for 13 years. It’s a custom boat designed by Steve French and built by Rybovich and Sonny Bridge. This sport fishing yacht travels 7 to 8 months out of the year to Alabama, The Bahamas, St Lucia and other hot fishing spots.


About Line Set

Length overall: 68 feet

Beam: 20 feet

Draft: 5 feet

Fuel: 2,000 gallons

Water: 350 gallons

Top speed: 42 knots

Weight: 97,000 pounds


Other Key Features

4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms

Ice maker that can make 1,050 pounds ice a day and dumps right into the fish box or drink box.

Cockpit freezer for bait

Powered by Caterpillar diesels, 1,900 horsepower each

Two Seakeeper gyroscopic stabilizers that keep the boat from rolling side to side when it’s rough and takes all of the roll out when it’s calm.


The living room features wool carpet and teak wood.
The boat features plenty of interior and exterior sitting areas.
The flybridge and the mezzanine are air-conditioned to keep a cool breeze outside. Direct TV, satellite telephone dish, infrared night vision camera, 120-mile radar, and a yacht controller to drive the boat controllers the bow thruster and engines. Release fighting chair made in Savannah.
Capt. Corrin’s luxurious bedroom.
The master bathroom has two vanities, a spacious shower and plenty of cabinet space.
The ultimate floating sleeping quarters. The largest of the four bedrooms offers plenty of storage.