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Please forward this error screen to 104. 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. NOTE – for large rowing boats go to the Dayboat Section – in “Other Dayboats” you will find the 25′ Lakeland Pulling Boat and in the “Double Enders” section you will find the new 26′ Whaler Rowing Boat. Below a Hazel nicely built by Mike Sanderson. The Medway 11 is a rowing skiff development of our Medway Doble design.
We have retained the same 3 plywood planks per side and the simple stitch and tape method of construction. She uses just 3 sheets of 5 or 6mmplywood. These can be replaced by seating so that she could take 3 adults. This lovely example beautifully fitted out with solid wood seats etc is by Phil Beaumont. The nice example below is in clinker ply by Angus Marsland – the plans five the mould shapes for this method of construction. Below is an example by Harry Holman.
She has a narrow flat bottom panel and 3 side panels with a fairly narrow WL beam and slack bilges for minimum wetted surface area. Construction is simple stitch and tape and 4, 5 or 6mm ply may be used. The example above had sails added by the owner. This example is by Neil Warren with his daughter Alicia looking very pleased with her fathers efforts. This rowing skiff has been lightly modeled on the traditional Thames river skiffs. They were usually a lot longer and around 4′ wide. She uses the stitch and epoxy method of construction although we can supply the mould shapes for clinker ply construction as well.