Monthly Archives: January, 2016

Some skiff hull sections

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Old HB Waterman drawings 

When I was part of HB I did all these drawings to show case our skiffs. This was very easy and fast to put online and print out. Any new ideas could be added immediately. Everyone liked this. Most company’s go with a once a year photo program to sell boats. This was a very …

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Simple hatch hinge detail.

Installing hatches in lightly skinned cored decks and hatches can be a pain. If not drilled right the first time then the fastenings will lead to leaks. Also on a typical hatch hinge you will have 6 bolts x 2 hinges per hatch.  This is my idea…. Mold into your new deck this slot. On …

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First ” element” ?

Here’s  a better picture of my rough drawing for my design proposal for what has become the Element.   

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Shoal draft beachable Motor Sailor

Here are some unfinished drawings for a design commission. The client wanted a shallow boat for his family to live in for short durations along the Mississippi River and then off the coastal waters of the USA. This is what I drew up but he just dissapeared so this is it to date.       …

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Junk rigs, I can’t draw enough of them

Some more ideas for junk rigged shoal draft sailing and also offshore capable. I have for most the hull lines and offsets for these but it will take up lots of space here so if interested then I will add them.                       

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Hogfish Maximus drawings

    Sailplan and hull interior details.      

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Stand up fly fishing Sport Fisherman

Hal Chittum and I have talked sport fishing boat designs for over 34 years. Theses are my conceptual drawings for a walk around stand up sport fisherman.                

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Hells Bay Guide original hull lines drawings

Here’s the HB Guides original drawing. From this I take all my offsets from the hull stations and then transfer to the station molds. After setting up on the building jig I then fair the hull a bit. This drawing gives you a kinda distorted look at the Guide but you will get the idea …

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21′ Bay Boat with toe kick through out.

Years ago Hal Chittum and I got to looking into the Bay Boat market. What we were looking to get into was the offshore standup fly fishing Stripper market and then a general all around seaworthy skiff. From talking to guides from up north they wanted a boat that you fished in to be safe …

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