In August 2019, the major French boat-building school Skol ar Mor has started to build a 7 m long traditional Breton cutter designed by François Vivier. With a short counter stern and a plumb stem, she is inspired from the fishing boats of North Britanny in the times of sail. She has been named Diben […]
It is possible to buy all boats listed my boats plans catalogue from an appointed boat-builder.
In addition some boats, mostly built in grp, are marketed as “ready to sail” boats and shown here.
This Ebihen 16 has been built by boatbuilders Margus Rebane and Martin Jasko at JR Craftyard in Estonia. The hull is made of 10mm okume marine plywood and fully sheathed in fibreglass both outside and inside for extra strength and durability. Cockpit interior and deck is solid sapele mahogany treated with four coatings of Star […]
This Morbic 12 has been built by the boatbuilder Ben Ullings in the Netherland. She is built with Bruynzeel Oukume First Grade Marineply. The wood for gunwales, thwarts, etc. is mahogany. Mast and spars are made of Yellow Cedar, which is very light and strong. The helm is made of ash. Sole and garboard are epoxy/glass sheeted. She comes […]
This runabout has been built by Skol ar Mor, the famous French wooden boatbuilding school. She is a replica of “Sunray”, an american runabout drawn by Seattle designer Edwin Monk in 1932. Length: 5.03 m, Breadth: 1.52 m. She is delivered with a Suzuki outboard (30 hp) and a trailer. Oak frames over a mahogany backbone. Hull planking, deck, […]