Stubby--An Elegant Punt

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  • Pub No.: 5543

by Edwin Monk

This little boat is similar to one designed by the author for Pacific Motorboat and published in the February, 1930, issue of that magazine. It has proven quite popular and a large number have been built. This boat was 8’ 6” long with a beam of 4’, carried four people nicely and made a light, seaworthy little tender or rowboat. The new design has been simplifled somewhat, and has but one knuckle instead of two, and is a little longer being 9’ by 4’. In ease of construction, this type of boat is excelled only by the simple square-end punt, to which it is in every way superior.

8 pages, 1 plate(s)

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