Traditional tender, 2.95 m long, strip planked.

The English version of this plan requires some extra work. If you would like to order an English version, please get in touch with the architect to agree a delivery date.

Hull length / waterline2.95 / 2.66 mSail area
Breadth / waterline1.40 / 1.21 mOutboard motor3 hp
Draught0.18 mDesign category / CrewD4
Light weight110 kgBuilding time with kit200 hours
Full size patterns are required to build the boat and have to be ordered in addition to the plan.
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This plan has been originally asked by an English yachtsman willing a suitable tender to go on-board his traditional boat. He has seen old tenders in Brittany, near Brest, and wanted to build a similar boat. The shape of this hull said as “cod’s-head and mackerel-tail”, are excellent for sculling with a single oar. Portzic is a lighthouse located at the entry of Brest bay.

Portzic is strip planked on laminated or steam bent frames. She is a stable tender, with a hard chine and full ends. Please be conscious she is not so easy to plank! Two units are already built. Note that I may draw a new line plan if you want a slender hull, or a wider transom, or a larger boat, or a smaller one…


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