Cedar Rowboat Dingy 9.87' Matte Finish Wood Strip Built Boat Tender
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Anyone a wooden row boat expert?
I'm looking purchase a smallish 8-10ft pram/tender for some fun around the lake. I'm looking for something like this: I would just buy it from that...
RIFF SAILING DINGHY
F. Daniel Fry of Williamsport, PA, worked part-time over two years to complete his sailing dinghy from Paul Gartside's Riff design. Western red cedar strips were used to build her. She carries 80 sq ft of sail in her lug rig and Daniel says that, "It is an easy boat to trailer and set up and is a good sailing boat."
Francois Vivier's life in design - Classic Boat Magazine
Francois Vivier is France’s top designer of sail-and-oar boats and historic workboats. CB sailed with him for a day in Morbihan The usual wisdom of designing or building boats is to start small and work your way up. In 1975, the newly qualified naval architect François Vivier took his first job at the project department …
The Mallard - Small Boats Magazine
When the now-defunct magazine The Boatman was launched in the early 1990s, one of its objectives was to provide boat plans suitable for amateur construction. One such boat was the Mallard, the first of which was launched in 1994. The magazine’s initial brief to designer Andrew Wolstenholme was to produce a modern version of SWALLOW, . . .
Iain Oughtred's design dinghy Auk
each planking strake was cold moulded frm three layers oak veneer.keel, knees, stem, stern frame were laminated frm 4mm ash.the boat was epoxy capsulated and clear coated.
Can anyone tell me if the current plans for Fulmar show a balanced lug option or, better yet, a lug-yawl option? (The catalog info I have is from several years ago and contains enough conflicting or incomplete info that I don't much trust it for current/accurate/complete.) Wayne
The Coot Dinghy - Small Boats Magazine
Andrew Wolstenholme’s Coot will look after you, take you on mini adventures on rivers, lakes, and estuaries, and be greatly admired wherever it goes.