7'6" Greenshank Plans

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The Greenshank is a pram version of the Redshank and has a length of 7’6’’ and a beam of 4’. The pram bow gives more space forward for stowing gear or for transporting crew out to your yacht. She is an ideal fishing dinghy. Construction is exactly the same as for the Redshank with mould shapes for clinker construction given on the drawings and the plank shapes for stitch and tape construction. Both boats may be built out of 4mm ply to keep weight right down to around 45 lbs. The 6mm ply versions weigh around 55 lbs.


7'6" Greenshank Particulars

LOA 7'6" 2.29m
Beam 4' 1.22m
Hull Mid Depth 1'5" 0.43m
Draft 7"/2'5" 0.18/0.74m
Sail Area 37 sq.ft 3.6 sq.m
Approx. Dry Weight 45lbs 20.4kg
Hull Shape Multi-chine with 8 (mark 1)and 6 (mark 2) planks per side - pram bow
Construction Method Stitch and tape - moulds also given for clinker ply
Major plywood requirements for hull 2 sheets of 4,5 or 6mm ply + 1/2 sheet of 9mm ply
Guidance Use 2 adults rowing, sailing and motoring
Drawing/Design Package 5 x A1 drawings + 6 x A4 instruction sheets - the plans also include the stitch and tape plank shapes and moulds/jig for a 6'9" x 3'9" (2.06 x 1.14m) version.
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