|Beam 5’ 4½"|
|Draft 6 ½" board up/|
|SA 114 square feet|
|Weight 360# - 410#|
|Sleeping area: aft: 7’ X 5’ 1" /forward section can also be used for extra sleeping area|
|Vessel Uses: Protected water, such as rivers, small bays, small lakes etc…open water in good weather|
|Pros: very versatile utility boat, can be use for fishing, crabbing and working when built at standard weight, in addition to sailing. Motoring and rowing are easy, Can be used as a boat to row for pleasure. Slightly easier to build and a little less expensive.|
|Cons: Can be wet in a chop, with skiff bow and less freeboard. Takes on water at an earlier angle of heel due to no side decks.|
| A versatile family daysailer with a simple tent, has camping capability for two.She sails comfortably and fast with her simple cat ketch rig – self-tacking, weatherly and stable down wind, the free standing rig is uncluttered and inexpensive.
Motors and rows, so she is suitable for fishing and exercise rowing.
Sunrise over Cape Lookout lighthouse looking thru stern opening. Wow! What a sight to wake up to, “a million dollar view in a thousand dollar boat.”
Loon with three pvc bows, covered with a home made nylon tent. Note the mizzen moved forward to the reefed position which clears the cockpit for living space. The floor boards, aft, lift up onto cleats to make a double berth. Comfortable
|and private camping and all the gear, as well as your provisions stow neatly away in the lockers. There is even a space to put a porta-potti alongside the centerboard trunk – accessible with the berth made up! As a matter of fact, all of the locker space is still available when the boat is set up for sleeping – a luxury not found on many larger “yachts”.|
|Construction is plywood and epoxy. The detailed plans offer the option of two interiors and either taped or chine seam hull.|