Jeaux wrote:billy bobba
Great looking boat!
Would you share additional picts/info? Did you design? Const. strip or S&G? What kind of wood?
@ 21" did you need the amas or just for secondary stability in rough conditions?
Have been toying with designs for a boat for my wife and me for overnighters.
Amas placed at the stern have been thought of for the secondary stability with out sacraficing paddling efficency.
Baitman wrote:I could spend hours admiring all the eye candy. There's a lot of beautiful boats here.
This is mine. I designed it from the ground up. Learned strip planking through the "school of hard knots".
3 months on this 12+ hr days... 7 days/ week. non-stop. Alaskan Yellow cedar, teak rails, Redwood inlay.
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