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Two Boats for the Unskilled Amateur (Pub. No. 7057)

by J. A. Baresch

Although we have presented several elaborate designs, there is a constant demand for very simple boats that almost anyone can build with the minimum amount of tools available and little skill. Both boats here shown are of plywood construction. One is a ten foot fishing punt suitable for fishermen and hunters, a type widely used especially in shallow waters. The drawing is self explanatory. The expanded (true length), sides shown will cut construction time considerably. The twelve foot rowboat, drawings of which are shown here also, will require a little more skill, but can be mastered by a beginner with a bit of study. As rowboats are greatly in demand, this little fellow should fill the bill. The builder must bear in mind that only waterproof marine -plywood so certified by the manufacturer is to be used.

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