Dayboat Launch 23ft (6.5m) by Stephen Foster – great photos of a fantastic looking boat. It is a very simplified hull – basically a square box, but I’ve done my normal trick of making it look rather nice. And Stephen’s clever adaptation of the cabin is just excellent!
The above photo was taken on the third day of our Canoeing trip on the Loire River in France. The two black canoes didn’t even exist a week ago. When I wrote the original article on Disposable Canoeing I had no idea at all what it would lead to me and a bunch of adventurers, wine and cheese connoisseurs. Most of us didn’t even know each other! The picture above is the result of this adventurism, but what happened to make it happen? What technology was involved to make the boats faster to build than most stitch and glue boats and what weather conditions did we have to overcome to make it all happen.
It is a bit hard finding information on my forum as the list is not very ordered, so I have attempted to fix this.There is a general building section then each boat is in alphabetical order.To see all the images you may need to become a member, however, they are a good bunch and will […]
I’m trying a bit of an experiment. I am significantly discounting a number of my plans. I have recently updated a number of older plans to be available in a PDF format and delivered by email. And I am not playing around. The discounts are between 50 and 66%Plans for the same boats on paper […]
The smaller 23ft Dayboat/Launch was expanded to make the 27ft Venezia Riverboat to create more space. And it is more portable than the 35ft Riverboat. Pierangelo contacted me earlier this year. He liked the strong aesthetics of my dayboat design – below, but wanted more space. He was attracted by the look and simple construction of […]
Chris came to Duck Flat Wooden Boats with plans to fix up an old riverboat hull he had bought. Duck Flat contacted me for some help I helped go over the boat and work out how much it had deteriorated. Basically everything above decks was in poor condition but the inside of the hull looked […]