16' Strip Planked Pete Canoe Plans

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This is an example of how we can, using our YachtCAD system, change a design from a multi-chine ply hull shape to a round bilged hull shape suitable for strip planking (or visa versa). A client wanted the graceful shape of our Pete canoe—but he wanted to build in Cedar strip—so these plans include full-size mould shapes and strongback/jig details for the strip method.

She has the same dimensions with a LOA of 15’6” (4.7m); Beam of 36” (0.92m); and midships depth of 13” (0.33m). Her weight will be around 50lbs (23kg). We can supply Pete’s sail plan if required.

16' Strip Planked Pete Particulars

LOA 15'6" 4.7m
Beam 36" 0.92m
Hull Mid Depth 13" 0.33m
Approx. Dry Weight 50lbs 23kg
Approx. Capacity 750lbs 340kg

Hull Shape

Round bilge
Construction Method Cedar strip planked
Strip Wood Requirements 1475' of 1/4" x 5/8" (450m of 6x15mm) WRC
Guidance Use General purpose with 2 adults
Drawing/Design Package 3 x A1 drawings incl. full-size moulds + 3 x A4 instruction sheets

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