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12 foot Rowboat, A (Pub. No. 7800)

The hull is built bottom side up on a "building board", the top edge of which is shaped to conform to the keelson curveture dimensioned in the sheet plan.

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Pootzy (Pub. No. 7803)

by Al Mason

This 6-ft. 6-in. dinghy fills the need for a small, substantial, easily stored and handled boat.

This dinghy is only six feet six inches long by thirty-eight inches wide and will be built quite light for ease of handling when stowing on deck. Complete with all equipment except oars, Pootzy should not weigh much more than fifty-five pounds, which is about double that of a one-man rubber life raft which carries two people. This little dinghy can carry two and it is to be noted that the oarsman seat is in the shape of a tee, so that with two locations for oarlocks his position can be varied to suit, depending on one or two in the dinghy.

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