How about more information. Wood? length?
Looks like it would ride rough water without a problem with all that free-board. Nice boat to take the grand kids out in.
Didn't want to drift the thread but since you asked I like talking about my boat don't mind sharing. It's a fiberglass 19' made in Maine by Seaway in the early 80's. It's pretty seaworthy for the size. Downeast hulls tend to be flat bottom, round chine, high sheer, open cockpit keel boats. Small outboards like mine are light weight with shallow keels, very fuel efficient but pound in a head sea and can come around in a big following sea so have to be careful when it's rough. I don't mind going slow gives me more time on the water, saves on fuel and don't like to beat on the girl, she always gets me home.
Big downeast inboards like lobsterboats have a lot of weight down low and a deep keel so ride much smoother in big seas. In fact one broke loose from its mooring last winter near me and drifted in a storm, was picked up over 100 miles south in Mass waters as I recall and towed home intact by another lobsterboat. A pretty seaworthy design.