25' Lakeland Plans

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The Lakeland 25 is a modern double chined pulling boat designed for use on lakes, estuaries and offshore by outward bound organizations, scout groups etc. No frame set-up is required - she is made using simple stitch and tape techniques with computer generated and faired ply hull panels stitched together with preformed ply frames and bulkheads. Epoxy and glass tape is then used on all the hull seams and joins. 9mm plywood is used throughout. Twelve rowers can be accommodated with space for their gear under the seats. An outboard well is situated aft and the sole will self drain when the boat is empty and at anchor. She could take an inboard engine and be fitted out with a cabin and more decking.

25' Lakeland Pulling Boat Particulars

LOA 25' 7.64m
Beam 6'9" 2.06m
Hull Mid Depth 2'8" 0.82m
Draft 12" 0.3m
Approx. Dry Weight 1000 lbs 454 kg
Hull Shape Multi-chine with 3 planks per side
Construction Methods Stitch and tape
Major plywood requirements for hull 20 x 9mm sheets
1 x 12mm sheet
Guidance Use 12-16 teenagers
Drawing/Design Package 5 x A1 drawings + 7 x A4 instruction sheets
Additions and alterations included with the plans

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