Coot

Changes and Corrections

Despite my best efforts some errors found their way into the offsetspublished for not just one, but all three boats in the book.

Coot

Form #1 of the Coot has the offsets shifted around a bit. They should be as shown below:

 

Coot corrected offsets

 

Nymph

The stem form of the Nymph had the waterline numbers shifted up one line, they should be as shown:

 

Table of Contents

  • Part 1 The Background
    • 1 Introduction
      • The Strip-Building Method
      • What You Need to Build a Boat
      • Three Strip-Building Projects
    • 2 Materials
      • Wood
      • Resin
      • Reinforcing Fabrics
      • Glues
      • Tape
      • Waxed Paper
      • Paint and Varnish
    • 3 Tools
      • Hand Tools
      • Power Tools
      • Safety Equipment
    • 4 Lofting
      • Offset Tables
      • Cutting Forms
      • Aligning Forms

Books

Building Strip-Planked Boats & The Strip-Built Sea Kayak

Nick Schade has been building boats using the strip-built (aka strip-planked) method since 1983. Over the years he has learned a lot about the intricacies of the process by trial and error. If he can figure it out that way, so could you, but you don't need to as he has put most of what he knows into two books.

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