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23ft Dayboat Launch on Hawkesbury River; storerboatplans.com

Dayboat/Launch 23 – trailerable cruising outboard motor boat

The Dayboat/Launch is 23ft long and intended as a Dayboat or Camp Aboard boat for a small family. It has space for an enclosed toilet. The design is complete drawings for hull but final decisions are left to the builder. It is not step by step instructions like my smaller boats. It cruises at near 8 knots with a 10hp high thrust Yamaha outboard.
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Fenwick Williams Catboat built in cedar strip at DuckFlat Wooden Boats Australia. detail design work by storerboatplans.com

How we Strip Planked a Fenwick Williams Catboat

A Fenwick Williams catboat carefully reinterpreted in Cedar Strip. Includes cleaner structure, optimised foils and a tabernacle rig that allows raising of the mast by one person. Built by David Wilson at Duck Flat Wooden Boats in Adelaide.
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Plan detail storer boat plans

STORER BOAT PLANS LIST

Full list of storerboat plans for sail, rowing, paddling, fishing and overnight stays. Plans for most boats are very comprehensive and the boats look just right despite simple construction methods.
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23ft dayboat launch - easy build in plywood 10hp high thrust outboard - by wharf on sydney harbour

23ft (6.5m) Dayboat Cabin Launch – beautiful and simple

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!
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Goat Island Skiff in Victoria – Dete Hasse and his boys (and the value of reefing

Dete Hasse and his family built a Goat Island Skiff in Geelong, Victoria a while ago. He has just written to me about his experiences trying to sail on Port Phillip Bay and more happily on the recently refilled (the drought is over!) Lake Eppalock.Also he makes some good comments about reefing and how it changes an overpowered boat into a much more rriendly beast in stronger winds.
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Boat Trailers

[Translate] I like boat trailers that have other functions too. One way is to adapt another type of trailer – like a conventional box trailer at least for smaller boats. An alternative is to go for something very “bare bones”. One thing that makes a boat trailer more useful for different boats is to have […]
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Can the GIS be Roofracked?

[Translate] Well, it is light enough, but maybe have a close look at this series of photos from Simon Wein. Actually the pictures of the boat upside down on the roof makes it look very much like some of the Australian and NZ racing dinghies – like a Cherub or NS14. That’s my sailing background […]
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