Jeff and Jacques,
I’m considering a modified MI 12 round chine, changing the rounded profile to a 5 or 6 plank a side glued plywood lapstrake/clinker construction. If I do so, after purchasing your plans, I'll be on my own. But first I need to satisfy myself that I can line out the planks in an aesthetically (to me) pleasing way.
If you are willing to email me the station set-outs at midships and around the end of the rockered bottom, I‘ll be able to decide.
I undertake to treat such set-outs as strictly confidential, and to not use them for construction purposes without purchase of MI 12S plans.
Boats up to 15' for oars, power or sail. Please include the boat type in your question.
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