Timm would have to answer that question for you. He is listed above as boatdesigner. His website is smithmarinedesign.com.Just curious: are these plans available so they could be loaded into a CNC cutter to make life much simpler and easier and less time consuming and cut perfect?
Woodworking is a passion of mine. This is my first cold molded boat build. I built a stripper kayak a few year back and have been wanting to build a boat for a while. I will check out your build. Thanks for the postJeremiah, I've been building the crystal 16 for the last year. It's been a huge stress reliever. Never believed that building a boat would be so much fun. Just to sit and have a beer at night and look at what has been accomplished. Keep up the good work.
Sweet! Looking forward to this built. Love the look and fuction of this DIY microskiff project skiff.I recently bought plans to build a Smith Marine Design Osprey 18 skiff. I managed to get 5 sheets of 18mm hydrotech plywood today. I should be making saw dust soon.
That advice is priceless ...the end result of everything in life is based off the foundation it is built on ...take your time ... but hurry....Looks good! Tomahawk is right, do a little each day, take your time and before you know it you'll be planking. Being careful and accurate at this stage will pay great benefits later when everything is more fair. Sanding and fairing is probably the most tedious part of the job, so do everything you can to minimize that part of the job.