This traditional boat is a good example of how a “workboat” can be designed and built to be every bit as handsome as any yacht tender or pleasure launch.
The lines of this small cutter are based on a English south coast fishing vessel of the 1850s
A heavily-built flat-bottom workboat with a large towing bit and lifting spars.
A very early example of a motorized yacht tender.
This unique, electric-powered launch is beautifully built with exquisite woods.
Katie was designed for use as a daysailer – weekender. She has a large comfortable cockpit with a small cabin with two berths.
This design is of a shallow-draft, beamy daysailer with both an efficient gaff-rigged mainsail and a jib. It is an excellent step-up for beginning sailors who have learned on smaller, mainsail-only designs.
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