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Location: Brisbane, Australia On 16-17 May Lulubelle took part in the Bribie Island Classic Boat Regatta. Old hands will know that the original Mirror 16 plans included the design for a boom tent, but this designed seemed a bit cramped for two-up. Originally Posted by POLLYMIRROR16 I forgot to mention that there is also a mirror forum on msn that we could poach mirror 16 owners from, I posted a couple of threads there and was suprised at the amount of replies I recieved and a couple of good photos there too. A morbid sense of deja vu descends upon me as the company that I currently work for closes its Brisbane operation leaving me (and the 18 other staff) redundant. I should be finishing up around mid to late November and I would like to have a six to eight week break as I have not had a decent break for over two years.
I daresay that as I progress with the model I will have questions to ask current M16 owners, so please be forthcoming with info if you can manage it. Point is, there seem to be some sister designs out there which call themselves Mirror16 on ebay , one of them a certain 'Seabee'. However, what I did was dismantle every part of the boat to its basic components and measure them. When making potentially dangerous or financial decisions, always employ and consult appropriate professionals. This iconic racing boat was originally designed by George Crouch in 1924 and went on to win the 1924 and 1925 APBA Gold Cup. It has been said that the 16 foot Gar Wood speedster is, pound for pound, the most valuable classic production speed boat in the world. There are some 15 frames, 2 keels, twin hatch assembly, vertical cleats, gas tank fixing, drivers bench seat, breast hook, front and rear stems with knees etc. I've done some doodling with ideas between 14' and 16' using the basic princibles of Raisons design, as I understand them, and one thing stands out: for daysilers in this range there is now a way to get an incredible amount of room in a small boat, that until now, many would have thought ridiculous. I'm interested in ideas on developing this concept, based on the midwest racing scow shape, and David Raisons taking of that concept to a level of performance and interior space never seen before. It seems to me that this is an exciting challenge with tremendous potential based on Davids inspired design. I'm going to take some time off everything tomorrow and do a rough sketch---and that will be it for me for a long time!
If the boat is built low to the water, its leeward corner can go under, inviting a huge amount of water on the deck.
If the boat is built higher, the squared off bow will slam into head seas, creating a huge fountain of spray to douse everyone on deck.
Location: Cocoa Beach, Florida Scow 16 Sharpii- as best I can tell there is no boat currently on the market that has the combination of room and performance that David Raison put together for its size in the 14-16' range.
Originally Posted by Doug Lord Sharpii- as best I can tell there is no boat currently on the market that has the combination of room and performance that David Raison put together for its size in the 14-16' range. I can imagine, in some situations, the hollow part in the center may pound and slam terribly, just like an over loaded catamaran with a low wing deck. I entered one of these designs in a WOODENBOAT magazine design contest which was supposed to be for a racing boat for small children, 5 to 7 yo, IIRC, that could easily be built by them with supervision from their adult caretakers.
The 32 sf sail plan I drew for the adult version, should have been for the children's version and the adult version should have had a rig almost double that size. Other than that, I believe it met all the requirements for this contest, including being self rescue-able by its pint sized crew, without outside help.

The second boat I designed was based on that one, but was larger, 12 ft, instead of 10 ft, and had a different deck design.
I have been thinking about shortening the hull by about 9 inches, so I have less hull structure and a better supported rudder that doesn't look quite as dorky. With all the bubbles and bulges, it looks like something the Soviets might design.In strong winds, it would be faster than an ordinary scow. I tried to use the basic Raison concept in a much smaller boat just to see what might be possible. The performance of the M20(tunnel hulled scow) suffers in very light air but is generally a good performer.
Why don't you do a sketch of something in the 14-16' range that could be called a "daysailer-weekender" either homebuilt or production using what you understand are the innovative and successful parts of David Raisons design? Location: Cocoa Beach, Florida Sovietscowya 16 Well, I've thought a lot more about this concept and it seems to me that it has real potential in terms of a roomy, performance daysailer in relatively flat water-like the water in so much of the country-and for hundreds of miles around me.
Location: Cocoa Beach, Florida Tunnel Hulled Daysailing Scow The continued success of David Raisons Mini proto scow design reminded me of this idea again-great performance combined with tremendous room in a very small boat. Location: California, USA Here's a fairly conventional flat-bottomed scow from the 1950's, the 16' Southeaster.
I, personally, can't see that a significantly wider & heavier scow would be an improvement. Originally Posted by Doug Halsey Here's a fairly conventional flat-bottomed scow from the 1950's, the 16' Southeaster. Doug, my idea was to use the scow form for a daysailer-weekender that would have some accomodations below.
Originally Posted by Doug Lord Well, I've thought a lot more about this concept and it seems to me that it has real potential in terms of a roomy, performance daysailer in relatively flat water-like the water in so much of the country-and for hundreds of miles around me. Baltic Bandit Previous Member   Double bows are a worse idea, none of the benefits of a real bow and all of the tripping on a wave minuses.
Here at Gig Harbor Boat Works, we build ten different boat models from 8 to 17 feet in length. The Melonseed is a refined design from the sportsmans boat used on the bays of the Jersey Shore and the Chesapeake.
The 16′ Swampscott Dory is an excellent open water and expedition classic small boat.
The Lobster Boat is an excellent fishing boat, as a small motor will get you out to that hot spot fast, yet she rows easily for a slow troll. The 14′ Whitehall is a classic small boat design suitable for rowing, sailing or low impact slide seat rowing exercise. Just under 12 feet in length, Scamp boasts an unusual combination of features that give her the unique ability to explore waters too shallow for a larger boat, while retaining most of the bigger boat’s comforts and capabilities. The 12′ Point Defiance traces its heritage to the fleet of efficient, seaworthy small boats  from the early 1900s that were used for salmon fishing in the tide rips and chop at Point Defiance, Washington. A great knockabout small boat, suitable for cartop transport for boating on inland lakes and the inner harbor, and also makes an excellent yacht tender. An ideal size for a yacht tender, it is small enough to sidemount on the yacht transom, and it tracks exceptionally well for towing. A lightweight 8’ boat that has good rowing qualities, sails like a champ, motors 8 knots with a 2 h.p.
And of course, please Contact Us with questions or if you need help finding the right boat. Because of the lake I sail it gets pretty mucked up and weedy by the peir I am looking for a centerboard with a draft less than 9" when the CB is raised. Many of the stitch-and-glue plywood boats are excellent little boats, and relatively easy to make. We built that little 11.5' sailing pram in the "avatar" photo you see above next to my name. Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount. We decided to sleep on board for a couple of nights and came up with our own design using bendy tent poles. Hopefully I can find some time during this period to finish the model, although I do also have some plans to set up a sail and amas on my Hobie Adventure kayak and do some fishing around Moreton Bay. Much to my surprise most of the ply seems in good condition except for aft section of the hull and double bottom which is grim!
All she needs is the ply sheets recut and a few bits of solid mahogany edgings to put her back together again and make her perfect. It features a wide beam, outboard well, stability at rest and can be customized to suit most set-ups.

The lower hull is designed to allow water to flow under the frames towards the rear of the vessel by using raised longitudinal battens. My thinking is that, in this time of disatrous economic times, maybe we can take Raisons innovation one step smaller and create small boats like none that have been seen before. Maybe it will inspire some of you to join a discussion about this complete with your own rough(or not so rough) sketches. Though boxier looking, they have many of the performance attributes, including frequent planing. The 10 ft scow I had (my first boat) did that, lifting a 20 lb navy anchor I had stored on the bow and gently setting it in my lap.
It also subtracts from interior volume, forcing you to go higher to get adequate headroom in the cabin.
It was a popular class for a number of years in the Miami area, where it performed well in the local conditions (relatively strong wind & flat water).
Room is the priority, though I think with careful design it could outperform something like the O'Day 17 day sailer, Compact 16 or others of the type. This required a boat that was stable and fast, had a high carrying capacity, and was easy to handle even when short-handed. Swampscott Dories were launched off the beaches of Massachusetts for fishing and lobstering, as well as used in the North Atlantic for fishing on the Grand Banks. Our version of this classic small craft offers tremendous versatility; it can be rowed either tandem or solo, is a delight to sail, and can easily accept an outboard motor to make an excellent fishing boat.
If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. In effect it is the closest anyone is going to get to a pre made kit for a fully functional mirror 16, short of ripping apart and existing one that is seaworthy. To look at it and think it would be fast- before you knew- would have been very ,very unlikely. Remember: anybody can make a big, wide flat barge- but the crux of this challenge is to use the room the concept offers yet have the boat perform exceptionally well! These boats can sail upwind surprisingly well, if the water is relatively flat and it has a proper leeway preventer. In the days of working sail, one built the least expensive boat that could get the job done.
A rudder was tacked on to the aft transom, which was quite shallow and cleared the water by a noticeable distance.
There is no daysailer that I have seen including my own 18' footer the TS-18(80 boats sold) that has the combination of room and potential performance of this concept. Here is a photographic overview of all the boats we build, by size (from largest to smallest). The resulting design marries the best attributes of the classic Whitehall and New England Dory hulls. At the turn of the century, Whitehalls were a popular work and recreational boat in the harbor, carrying goods and people. I then took every key wooden part- other than the ply- like the ribbed wooden frame from the bow ect and kept them.
Yet this incredible design has opened up a whole new avenue of design-one which could bring innovative thinking to very small boats that would never, ever, even have been considered until now.
Since most of the work was coastal and even inland, the scow hull form was quite well suited. I think boats that use some of the concepts proven by David Raision have a lot of potential in this area of sailing. Today’s adventuresome boater will find its carrying capacity suitable for long trips. I plan on sailing it on a small lake here in NE Ohio until I can locate a set of better sails and a spinker to take her out on something bigger.
I should have cut the hull a little further forward and gave myself a deeper transom and a slightly shorter boat. I imagine, they will be quite fast for non planing mono hulls that can carry a decent amount of weight. They will heel as much as 20 degrees and, hopefully, present a 'V' bottom to any chop, just like a sharpie. Donc concevoir pour un SC quand tu ne dois pas fondamentalement dit vous veut un bateau lent.

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