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DINGHY DESIGNS & PLANS
FOR GENERAL PURPOSE ROWING/SAILING DINGHIES
OVER 13' LENGTH

(PLYWOOD - STITCH & TAPE & STRIP PLANK)


 


We have 14 dinghy designs in this section
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but there are more designs above 13' in length in the various other sections within the dinghy page.

Note - In the particulars for each design, the dry weight is given for guidance only and will vary depending on the grade/density of plywood and solid wood used - different thicknesses of ply are often used by builders and the dry weight figure is based on the thinnest ply specified.
Also the Guidance Use comments are given in good faith and are based on feedback from previous builders etc and based on standard weight adults - contact us if you want further clarification before ordering/building.
Please also note that we give the computer faired mould, inner stem and transom shapes plus the building jig details for clinker ply construction where stated and recommend that the builder purchases a good manual on this method of construction to use with these details.
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Dinghies on this Page

Highlander 14

14' Fitzroy Club
Racing Dinghy
Skylark 14 14'7" Cub Skiff Kingfisher 14 Stornoway 14 Stornoway 16
DCA Roamer 14' Rod Fishing Coble Oxford Skiff Skylark 14 Mk3 Goshawk 14 13'4" Melonseed 16' Melonseed

 

Also see the 15' Adirondack Guide Boat in the Rowing Skiff section.

 

HIGHLANDER 14
Highlander 14 The Highlander 14' has comfortable sitting room for up to 8 people and with it's two athwartship rowing benches is an easily handled and stable pulling boat. With her loose footed lug rig she makes the ideal sailing craft for family sailing, club use and for beach camping. Her construction takes 5 sheets of ply and with the 12 footer uses a special chine construction developed by Selway Fisher Design utilising both a stringer and epoxy fillet in a normal stitch and tape construction adding stiffness and strength whilst retaining the ease of stitched construction.
The versatility of these craft is endless (they can be fitted with cubbies, boom tents and different rigs), and the designer is more than willing to discuss and draw up modifications to suit individual requirements. All these craft are ideal for use with outboard engines.The beam is 5'4" and the weight 155 lbs with a sail area of 84 sq.ft.

The example left shows an example with extended/pointed bow - notes are given on the drawings for this modification.

Note - this is one of our oldest designs and has recently been redrawn to bring it fully up todate.

The 3 photos directly below are of Chris Perkin's beautiful example.

Below and example of the apron bowed version by Gordon Dennison.

Below an example with a raked modified bow by Jon Gosling.

Highlander 14 Particulars

LOA 14' 4.27m
Beam 5'4" 1.63m
Hull Mid Depth 1'9" 0.52m
Draft 6"/3' 6" 0.15/1.07m
Sail Area 84 sq.ft 7.8 sq.m
Approx. Dry Weight 155lbs 70.3kg

Hull Shape

V bottom with 3 planks per side
Construction Method Stitch and tape
Major plywood requirements for hull 5 sheets of 6mm (1/4") exterior or marine plywood
Guidance Use 3-4 adults sailing - 4-5 motoring
Drawing/Design Package 6 x A1 drawings + 9 x A4 instruction sheets includes details for sharp/round bow conversion, cuddy and gunter main with jib and lug main with jib sail plans.

 

HIGHLANDER 14' (ROW) FULL PLANS COST

UK/EU/US/Elsewhere - FULL PLAN £80          

(Approx. 96 Euros/$108 USD)

HIGHLANDER 14' (SAIL) FULL PLANS COST 

UK/EU/US/Elsewhere - FULL PLAN £90            

(Approx. 108 Euros/$122 USD)


NEW 14' FITZROY CLUB RACING DINGHY  

 This is my first ever design resurrected—I designed her as a school kid in 1969 and built her in the garage during 1970. In those days home computers did not exist and so she was built ply over frame.

  Having remodeled the lines I have redeveloped her for stitch and tape construction and incorporated much of what I have learnt in the last 40 years as a yacht designer. Like the Stornoway designs, she now has a narrow flat bottom panel which is set up with the ply fore and aft girder which incorporates the centreboard case. The ply frames are then slotted onto this backbone followed by the hull panels.

  The original was fast and highly maneuverable —this new version will be even better. Our house was in Fitzroy Crescent, Woodley, hence the name.

 

14' Fitzroy Club Racing Dinghy Particulars

LOA 14' 4.427m
Beam 5'1" 1.57m
Hull Mid Depth 1'4" 0.41m
Draft 5"/3'8" 0.12/1.1m
Sail Area 117 sq.ft 10.9 sq.m.
Approx. Dry Weight 185lbs 84kg

Hull Shape

V bottom with 1 main chine
Construction Method Stitch and tape
Plywood Requirements 10 sheets of 6mm
Guidance Use 2-3 adults sailing
Drawing/Design Package 5 x A1 drawings  + 7 x A4 instruction sheets

 

14' FITZROY FULL PLANS COST 

UK/EU/US/Elsewhere - FULL PLAN £90            

(Approx. 108 Euros/$122 USD)

 
SKYLARK 14  

The Skylark 14 is another example of a modified set of standard plans. Mr. Rodrigez of Portugal asked for a longer version of our Skylark 12 and we were quickly able to stretch the original on our CAD system. The new panel shapes were developed very quickly so that the client was able to get construction started straight away. The Skylark 14 has a useful beam of 4’10’’ and she may be fitted out with 4 thwarts plus side benches. Essentially, the plans consist of the standard Skylark 12 set of plans including the 12’ rig plus an additional drawing showing the hull panel and transom shapes for the 14’ version along with details of the extended interior arrangement.

Skylark 14 Particulars

LOA 14' 4.27m
Beam 4'10" 1.47m
Hull Mid Depth As Skylark 12  
Draft As Skylark 12  
Sail Area As Skylark 12  
Approx. Dry Weight 130lbs 59kg

Hull Shape

Flat bottom with 3 planks per side
Construction Method Stitch and tape
Major plywood requirements for hull 5 sheets of 6mm exterior or marine plywood
Guidance Use 4 adults
Drawing/Design Package 4 x A1 drawings plus 12 x A4 instruction sheets - 3 sail plans given including lug and gunter sprit main plus jib and similar with bowsprit

 

SKYLARK 14' FULL PLANS COST 

UK/EU/US/Elsewhere - FULL PLAN £85            

(Approx. 102 Euros/$115 USD)


 
14'7" CUB SKIFF  

14’7’’x 3’9’’ (ex. gunwale). Approx. weight excl. gear 90 lbs. A skiff for rowing, sailing, paddling and punting. Built from pre-shaped ply panels in two halves for ease in car topping and carrying. Designed for fun, exercise and pic-nics on the river or canal. Details are also given for a deeper and wider version - see also the Electric Skiff on the Motorboat page.
Left, a model of the Cub Skiff.
Below a modified example (with flat forward bottom by Terry Burton).
 

14'7" Cub Skiff Particulars

LOA 14'7" 4.45m
Beam 3'9" 1.14m
Hull Mid Depth 1' 4 1/2" 0.42m
Draft 4"/2'4" 0.1/0.71m
Sail Area 54 sq.ft 5 sq.m
Approx. Dry Weight 90lbs 40.8kg

Hull Shape

U bottom single chine
Construction Method Stitch and tape
Major plywood requirements for hull 4 sheets of 6mm exterior or marine plywood
Guidance Use 2-3 adults
Drawing/Design Package 2 x A1 drawings + 6 x A4 instruction sheets

 

14'7" CUB SKIFF FULL PLANS COST 

UK/EU/US/Elsewhere - FULL PLAN £55            

(Approx. 66 Euros/$74 USD)


 
KINGFISHER 14
Paul Fisher designed the Kingfisher for Jack Chippendale of Chippendale Craft Ltd as a large roomy dayboat for the family which could be built from a kit or from plans in an average sized garage using only domestic DIY tools. We wanted a boat for the family who wanted to graduate from Mirrors or who wanted a boat that they could cruise in as a family as well as race, if they wished. The idea has been to keep everything as simple as possible and to give as much internal floor space as we could so that, with a boom tent, she could have 2 people sleeping onboard.

We have kept to a gunter rig for it's efficiency and to keep the spar lengths down. She is both fast and very stable and her side decks (which increase her range of buoyancy) plus side bench seating give her crew the feel of sitting 'in' her rather than 'on' her.

There is plenty of space for storage and her relatively light weight makes her easy to trail, launch and recover.

LOA 14' (4.26m); Beam 5'6" (1.67m); Draft 8"/3'11" (0.2/0.58m); Sail Area 122 sq.ft. (11.36 sq.m.); Weight (excl plate, rudder and rig 240 lb. (109 kg). Complete boats, part complete boats and kits are available from Seabird Boats at Unit 1, Rock Channel, Rye, Sussex, TN31 7HJ, Tel 01797 227707 and fully detailed construction plans are available from ourselves.

Below is an example being built by Marius Niculescu.  
Below, another nice example, this one with the yawl rig by Mike Hardie.  
   

14' Kingfisher Particulars

LOA 14' 4.26m
Beam 5'6" 1.67m
Hull Mid Depth 1'9" 0.54m
Draft 8"/3'11" 0.2/0.58m
Sail Area 122 sq.ft 11.36 sq.m
Approx. Dry Weight 240 lbs 109kg

Hull Shape

V bottom with 3 planks per side
Construction Method Stitch and tape
Major plywood requirements for hull 13 sheets of 6mm and 1 sheet of 9mm marine plywood
Guidance Use Up to 3-4 adults for sailing
Drawing/Design Package 7 x A1 drawings + 8 x A4 instruction sheets includes alternative gunter yawl rig with bowsprit.

14' KINGFISHER FULL PLANS COST 

UK/EU/US/Elsewhere - FULL PLAN £90            

(Approx. 108 Euros/$122 USD)

 

Schooner bowed version of the Kingfisher 14

Note - details are also available for a schooner/clipper bowed version of the Kingfisher 14 - to build this version, purchase the schooner bowed drawings in addition to the standard Kingfisher 14 drawings.

Left and below is the first schooner bowed version under construction by Murizio Rafanelli.

KINGFISHER 14' ADDITIONAL SCHOONER BOW PLANS COST 

UK/EU/US/Elsewhere - FULL PLAN £25            

(Approx. 30 Euros/$34 USD)


STORNOWAY 14  
At last we have added a 14’ version of our Stornoway design to our range of Dinghies & Dayboats—she has been much requested and we have taken the opportunity to base her construction on the highly successful Kingfisher design with it’s continuous backbone set-up—consisting of a forward girder, centreboard case and aft girder fastened to a narrow bottom plank to form a rigid structure onto which the ply frames/bulkheads and transom are set-up.

The ply planks (6 per side) - the shapes for which are given on the drawings—are then stitched into place and the seams finished with glass tape and epoxy.

Mould shapes and building jig details are also given for those who want to build her using the clinker/ply method (these details can also be used to strip plank the hull). We have drawn up a gunter rig as standard so that the mast and spars fit within the hull for easy towing—she could also take the gunter yawl rig with bowsprit which is given as an alternative rig for the Kingfisher 14 design.

 

 

 

The central ply girder and planks stitched into position on an example by Ian Parsons above - and finally, in the water - Ian has set up a web site showing the construction - go to http://www.ijparsons.plus.com/stornoway.html
Below is a lovely example by John Clothier.
Note - to see film of the Stornoway 14 sailing go to Joseph Slusher's blog spot at http://stornoway14.blogspot.com/

The nicely built example (right and below) was constructed by Peter Martin-Smith and family and named after a daughter, Claire Gabrielle, who they sadly lost at an early age.

Stornoway 14 Particulars

LOA 14' 4.27m
Beam 5'9" 1.74m
Hull Mid Depth 1'10" 0.56m
Draft 8"/3'10" 0.2/1.17m
Sail Area 122 sq.ft 11.36 sq.m
Approx. Dry Weight 290 lbs 132 kg

Hull Shape

Multi-chine with 6 planks per side
Construction Method Stitch and tape and clinker ply
Major plywood requirements for hull 13 sheets of 6mm and 1 sheet of 9mm marine plywood
Guidance Use 4 adults
Drawing/Design Package 6 x A1 drawings + 8 x A4 instruction sheets

 

STORNOWAY 14 PLANS PRICE

UK/EU/US/Elsewhere - STUDY PLAN £20/FULL PLANS £125

(Study Plan approx. 24 Euros/$27 USD; Full Plan approx. 150 Euros/$169 USD)


STORNOWAY 16  
The Stornoway 16 has been designed for Walt Scherf of Oregon USA and continues the lovely rounded lines of the Stornoway family with their firm bilges flowing into an attractive and not too deep transom, making them both excellent sailors and easy rowers.

Like her smaller sisters, she has a narrow bottom plank with a further 6 planks per side — 5 or 6 planks per side seems to be a good compromise between having enough planks to give a nicely rounded hull shape and not over complicating the construction with too many planks. Construction follows the same procedure as the Kingfisher 14 and Stornoway 14 with a rigid backbone consisting of forward and aft girders connected by the centreboard case. Again, as with the Stornoway 14, we have included mould shapes and building jig details for those who want to use the clinker/ply method — the same details may be used for strip planking too.

She has a sunken foredeck and side benches as standard but she may be fitted out in a number of ways (ie. with raised foredeck and side decks etc). We have given her a gunter rig but she could take any of the other 4 rigs given for the Highlander 16 (lug, sprit, bermudan or yawl).

Note - the plans now include moulds and details for a strip planked version plus the plank and frame shapes for an 8 plank per side stitch and tape version - and for those wanting fore and side decks similar to those on the Stornoway 14, we can provide the deck drawing for the Stornoway 14 which can be easily adapted for the 16.


 

Above are photos of the first Stornoway 16 under construction by Walt Scherf.

Stornoway 16 Particulars

LOA 16' 4.87m
Beam 6' 1.81m
Hull Mid Depth 2'1" 0.63m
Draft 9"/4' 0.23/1.2m
Sail Area 138 sq.ft 12.87 sq.m
Approx. Dry Weight 450 lbs 204 kg

Hull Shape

Multi chine with 6 and 8 planks per side - also round bilge strip plank
Construction Method Stitch and tape, clinker ply and strip plank
Major plywood requirements for hull 13 sheets of 6 mm and 3 sheets of 9mm marine plywood
Guidance Use 4-6 adults rowing/motoring - 3-4 adults sailing
Drawing/Design Package 11 x A1 drawings + 10 x A4 instruction sheets - includes plank shapes for 6 and 8 plank per side versions, moulds/jig for clinker ply and details for fixed bilge keel alternative - strip plank moulds and jig details are sold separately.

 

STORNOWAY 16 PLANS PRICE

UK/EU/US/Elsewhere - STUDY PLAN £20/FULL PLANS £145

(Study Plan approx. 24 Euros/$27 USD; Full Plan approx. 174 Euros/$196 USD)

 

STORNOWAY 16 STRIP PLANK DETAILS COST 

UK/EU/US/Elsewhere - STRIP PLAN £30            

(Approx. 36 Euros/$41 USD)


DCA ROAMER
This is the 14' Roamer dinghy which has self righting properties - the Dinghy Cruising Assoc. asked us to digitize the original hull shape onto our YachtCAD system and to develop the stitch and tape hull panel shapes for her - like the YW Heron, you will need to purchase the original plans - contact the DCA for further details.

 

DCA ROAMER S&T FULL PLANS COST 

UK/EU/US/Elsewhere - STRIP PLAN £35            

(Approx. 42 Euros/$47 USD)


14' ROD FISHING COBLE  
Cobles take many different forms—this is a very different type to that found on the NE Coast of England which are used in the sea off exposed shorelines—this coble is of a type found on rivers and inlands waters and was used for rod fishing—mainly for salmon.

She has a very stable hull with a generous beam making her ideal for the fisherman who has to stand up and she is usually powered by sweeps (shown on the drawings) which are secured by a leather strap to a thole pin

The drawings are set up for clinker/ply construction with 6 planks per side attached to a narrow flat bottom plank—the mould shapes are given full-size and we could develop the plank/panel shapes for those who want to build her using the stitch and tape technique.

 

Below is an example by Steve Staples and Justin Matthew built at the Lymme Regis Boat Building College

Below is a lovely example built by Graeme Clark - in the left photo, the boat behind is the 15'1" Port Pegasus design - go to Motor Cruisers up to 16'

14' Rod Fishing Coble Particulars

LOA 14' 4.27m
Beam 5'3" 1.6m
Hull Mid Depth 1'8" 0.5m
Draft 6 1/4" 0.16m
Approx. Dry Weight 210 lbs 95.2 kg

Hull Shape

Round bilge
Construction Method Clinker ply
Major plywood requirements for hull 5 sheets of 6 or 9mm + 1 sheet of 9 or 12mm marine plywood
Guidance Use 4-5 adults
Drawing/Design Package 1 x A0 drawing + 2 x A1 drawings + 3 x A4 instruction sheets

 

14' ROD FISHING COBLE FULL PLANS COST 

UK/EU/US/Elsewhere - STRIP PLAN £90            

(Approx. 108 Euros/$122 USD)

 


 

OXFORD STRIP PLANKED SAILING/ROWING SKIFF

A strip planked skiff for Mr. P. Hobbs with a simple lug rig - the hull is based on a traditional Thames skiff with it's slender and graceful shape ending in an attractive “wineglass” transom.  She has a centreboard arrangement and plenty of room inside. LOA 16'4" (5m); Beam 4'9" (1.45m); Draft 7 1/2"/3'2" (0.19/.97m); Sail Area 91 sq.ft. (8.43 sq.m.). Full size mould shapes are given along with details for the building jig etc. She may be built without the rig etc to give a pure rowing skiff.

 

The above example is by Pat Hobbs.

Oxford Skiff Particulars

LOA 16'4" 5m
Beam 4'9" 1.45m
Hull Mid Depth 1' 7 1/2" 0.49m
Draft 7 1/2"/3'2" 0.19/0.97m
Sail Area 91 sq.ft 8.43 sq.ft
Approx. Dry Weight 210 lbs 95.2 kg

Hull Shape

Round bilge with wine-glass transom
Construction Method Strip plank
Major plywood requirements for hull 1900' of 3/8" x 3/4" (580m of 8x19mm) Western Red Cedar
Guidance Use 3 x adults
Drawing/Design Package 1 x A0 drawing + 4 x A1 drawings + 4 x A4 instruction sheets

 

OXFORD 5m PLANS PRICE

UK/EU/US/Elsewhere - STUDY PLAN £20/FULL PLANS £125

(Study Plan approx. 24 Euros/$27 USD; Full Plan approx. 150 Euros/$169 USD)


See also the 15'4" Fly Fishing Coble which is for rowing and outboard power - go to Motor Boats up to 16'.


NEW  SKYLARK 14 Mark 3  
Skylark 14 mark 3

The original 14’ Skylark was drawn up as a simple extension of the Skylark 12 using the same rig and simple fit-out details as the 12. We then remodelled the hull with an additional chine to give the Mark 2 version. This version uses the same hull shape as the Mark 2  but has been drawn up with gunkholing in mind—the interior is half decked and the centre space has been kept clear to allow sleeping (perhaps under a simple boom tent).

 

Skylark 14 mark 3 Particulars

LOA 14' 4.27m
Beam 4'10" 1.47m
Hull Mid Depth 1'6" 0.46m
Draft 6 1/4"/2'8" 0.16/0.8m
Sail Area 91 sq.ft 8.45 sq.m 
Approx. Dry Weight 240lbs 109 kg

Hull Shape

Flat bottom with 3 planks per side
Construction Method Stitch and tape
Major plywood requirements for hull 5 sheets of 6mm exterior or marine plywood
Guidance Use 4-5 adults
Drawing/Design Package 9x A1 drawings + 13 x A4 instruction sheets including fixed bilge keel, twin pivoted board, single lug sail and lug yawl rigs plus cuddy.

 

SKYLARK 14 Mk 3 FULL PLANS COST 

UK/EU/US/Elsewhere - FULL PLAN £85            

(Approx. 102 Euros/$115 USD)


NEW  GOSHAWK 14  
Skylark 14 mark 3

 The 14’ Goshawk has emerged in the same way that the 16’ Goshawk did—by someone asking for a wider and deeper Skylark. What the client wanted was a small boat which was more than the normal dinghy type which tends to have a mid hull depth around 18” (450mm). The additional hull depth (around 24” (0.610m) with it’s associated increased beam gives a craft with much higher carrying capacity which can take a cuddy or even a small cabin and which will allow someone to sleep on board perhaps under a boom tent.

  To help facilitate this, the hinged board is not in the centre but is accommodated on the side of the seating which gives a completely free area in the middle of the boat.

  Construction is simple stitch and tape and would normally use 9mm more or less throughout. 6mm ply could be used for lightness. She may be fitted out and used in a number of ways and without the pivoting board and sail rig if a pure motor boat is needed.

 

Goshawk 14 Particulars

LOA 14' 4.27m
Beam 6'1" 1.85m
Hull Mid Depth 2' 0.62m
Draft 6"/3'2" 0.21/0.97m
Sail Area 97 sq.ft 9.02 sq.m 
Approx. Dry Weight 450lbs 204 kg

Hull Shape

Flat bottom with 4 planks per side
Construction Method Stitch and tape
Major plywood requirements for hull 11 sheets of 9mm
1 sheet of 6mm
Guidance Use 4-5 adults
Drawing/Design Package 4x A1 drawings + 8 x A4 instruction sheets 

 

GOSHAWK 14 FULL PLANS COST 

UK/EU/US/Elsewhere - FULL PLAN £90            

(Approx. 108 Euros/$122 USD)


NEW  13' 4" SELWAY FISHER MELONSEED SKIFF

 The 13'4" Melonseed skiff follows the same lineage as her 16' sister (below) and in fact, you will probably find more of this length than the longer boat around the shores of New Jersey.

 This shorter example has a pierced toe rail which was quite usual on the original boats - this could also be fitted to the 16 footer. She has the same easily handled unstayed sprit rig and centreboard rather than the daggerboard that the original boats often had - this is simply for convenience when sailing in very shallow waters.

 I have gone for a curved cockpit coaming very much of the canoe type - the original boats had a smaller cockpit opening which was of a simple rectangular shape and again, this could be used rather than the shape shown on the drawings.

 Like her longer sister, a very beautiful boat with graceful strip planked hull lines to make an unusual project and a nice boat to sail.

 

13'4" Selway Fisher Melonseed Skiff Particulars

LOA 13'4" 4.06m
Beam 4'4 1/2" 1.33m
Hull Mid Depth 1'2 3/4" 0.37m
Draft 6 1/4"/2'5" 0.16/0.73m
Sail Area 62.4 sq.ft 5.8 sq.m 
Approx. Dry Weight 331lbs 150 kg

Hull Shape

Strip planked round bilge
Construction Method Strip plank
Major strip wood requirements for hull 200m of 9x33mm (656' of 3/8"x1 1/4")
Guidance Use 2-3 adults
Drawing/Design Package 7x A1 drawings + 9 x A4 instruction sheets
Moulds given full-size.

 

13'4" MELONSEED SKIFF PLANS PRICE

UK/EU/US/Elsewhere - STUDY PLAN £20/FULL PLANS £100

(Study Plan approx. 24 Euros/$27 USD; Full Plan approx. 120 Euros/$135 USD)


NEW  16' SELWAY FISHER MELONSEED SKIFF

 The original Melonseed skiffs were gunning boats for hunting around the New Jersey area of North America. Unlike some of the other gunning skiffs and sneak boxes which were definitely inland boats, the Melonseeds were for use in more open and estuary waters which, around New Jersey, could be quite choppy.

 With their fine lines they were quick boats and easily sailed with their single boomed sprit rigs which were unstayed. They were often carvel built (clinker sometimes producing too much noise for gunning) with a lovely low profile and beautifully raked transom with wineglass aft sections. The hull has a narrow flat bottom plank which is flat from the bottom of the bow to around 2/3rds of the length aft where it swings up in a graceful curve to the transom which narrows as it goes. this makes fitting the centreboard case very easy.

 The Selway Fisher version uses a pivoted plywood centreboard for convenience in shallow waters rather than the daggerboard that the original boats often had and has a strip planked hull.

 She is a very beautiful and unusual hull type - an excellent project for the builder wanting an unusual design to construct - there are many photos on the web of the traditional type.

 

These photographs show a modified 16' Melonseed being built by Thomas Vochezer who has a boatyard located in Leupholz on the outskirts of Wangen, Germany. She has been stretched to17'.

   
 

16' Selway Fisher Melonseed Skiff Particulars

LOA 16'1" 4.91m
Beam 5'7" 1.70m
Hull Mid Depth 1'6" 0.45m
Draft 6"/3'1 1/2" 0.15/0.95m
Sail Area 97 sq.ft 9 sq.m 
Approx. Dry Weight 430lbs 195 kg

Hull Shape

Strip planked round bilge
Construction Method Strip plank
Major strip wood requirements for hull 340m of 9x33mm (1115' of 3/8"x1 1/4")
Guidance Use 3-4 adults
Drawing/Design Package 5x A1 drawings + 9 x A4 instruction sheets 

 

16' MELONSEED SKIFF PLANS PRICE

UK/EU/US/Elsewhere - STUDY PLAN £20/FULL PLANS £145

(Study Plan approx. 24 Euros/$27 USD; Full Plan approx. 174 Euros/$196 USD)


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