1901 – 1910
Huisman built the following: fourteen Dekenpunters, twenty-seven Giethoornse punters, twenty-one Kaarpunters, eight Bootjes, two Vlotten, four Visserssloepen, twenty-six 8-spanterpunters and one Melkpunter: a total of 103 craft.
Production increased rapidly during this period, but payment did not always follow suit. Many punters were paid for in two, three or even four stage payments, so the yard might have to wait from two to four years for full payment. The craft mainly operated in the direct neighbourhood, but some orders came from further away: one to Urk, fifteen to Vollenhove, fourteen to Zwartsluis, one to Wolvega, one to Kalenberg, three to Zwolle, one to Hindeloopen, fourteen to Grafhorst, thirty-six to Belt-Schultsloot, three to Wilsum, three stayed on the “Ronduite,” one to Oldemarkt, three to Kampen, one to Wanneperveen, two to Kuinre, one to Dalfsen, three to Genemuiden, one to Giethoorn.