In 1995, boat designer Phillip Morrison created plans for a boat ideally suited for rowing across Oceans. This well-designed boat has become the most common boat used in ocean rowing.  Plans and kits can be purchased for the homebuilder, or a growing second-hand market offers a variety of Philip-Morrison-designed boats for sale.
It is generally cheaper to purchase a second-hand vessel with prices ranging from $20,000 to $50,000.
The one-person boat above is a French design made from plywood.  These boats are used in the Rames Guyane Race which goes from Senegal, Africa  to French Guyana, South America.

MAAS Shells -- Alden Shells -- Adirondack Guideboats -- Adirondack Wherries -- Echo Rowing Shells -- Wintech Racing Shells -- Dreher Oars -- Latanza & Piantedosi Parts -- All the best shells and accessories, all at one location, for you to compare side by side. Sculling Canoe, the Echo, the Islander, and a large number of other shells all in one location! It is capacious enough to shelter two people and hold several months of provisions, is lightweight, self-righting and shaped to move easily through turbulent waters. These are slightly scaled down versions with only one rowing station.  Alternatively a boat designed for two can be rowed solo.

She has removable thwarts for ease in maintenance as well as a mahogany inlay in the gunnel for appearance.

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