16' Casco Bay Canoe Yawl Plans

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The Casco Bay 16 was designed for Maurice Byrne of the Boatyard Upstairs for a Swiss client who wanted a fast, easily handled canoe yawl for use on his home lakes. We have developed an efficient and stable hull form with slight influence from the Casco Bay Peapods. We have kept the waterline length as high as possible with short overhangs at each end, but still retained a sweet looking hull with an attractive sheer line and well cambered decks. Construction is for strip planking (veneered or simply glass sheathed). She has an inboard rudder which hinges up into a box when she comes ashore and her elegant lug yawl rig can be altered by removing the mizzen and stepping the main further aft. the drawings show details for curved spars but these could be straight.

16' Casco Bay Canoe Yawl Particulars

LOA 16'1" 4.9m
Beam 4'8" 1.43m
Hull Mid Depth 1' 6 1/2" 0.47m
Draft 7"/3'7" 0.19/1.12m
Sail Area 140 sq.ft 13 sq.m
Approx. Dry Weight 309 lbs 140 kg
Hull Shape Round bilge
Construction Methods Cedar strip - may be veneered
Major wood requirements for hull 4 x 6 sheets of 6mm + 2 sheets of 9mm plywood + 600m of 9x18 (1970' of 3/8" x 3/4") Western Red Cedar
Guidance Use 2-3 adults
Drawing/Design Package 5 x A1 drawings + 7 x A4 instruction sheets
Additions and alterations included with the plans

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