Stour 23 Plans

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The Stour 23 has a simple 'V' bottomed hull form giving an easily driven shape that is also faster to build. Construction starts with a simple arrangement of plywood frames and bulkheads slotted together on a plywood central girder. Chine stringers are then fitted, planned up and the ply hull skin fitted - or the pre-shaped hull panels can be fitted to the framework and the chines finished with epoxy/glass.

The Stour is basically a fishing boat so she has a large aft cockpit and a forecabin which has 2 berth/settees and space for a small galley and wc.

Two options are given for the transom/engine arrangement - either the outboard can be fitted directly to the transom with a slopped well in front of it or the outboard is fitted further forward so that the outboard is fully protected by the hull.

The hull could be fitted out in a number of ways - with an aft cabin etc - the arrangement above is the one shown on the plans.

23' Stour Particulars

LOA 22'10" 6.97m
Beam (excl. gunwale rubbers) 8'1" 2.46m
Hull Mid Depth 4'1" 1.24m
Draft 1'8" 0.50m
Maximum Headroom (wheelhouse) 6'4" 1.94m
Approx. Dry Weight 3418 lbs 1550 kg
Displacement to WL 4057 lbs 1840 kg
Engine 35 to 80 hp inboard

Hull Shape

'V' bottomed single chine
Construction Methods Ply over frame or stitch and epoxy
Major wood requirements for hull 12 sheets of 6mm ply
21 sheets of 9mm ply
4 sheets of 12mm ply
Guidance Use Coastal/Offshore
Drawing/Design Package 9 x A1 drawings + 7 x A4 instruction/spec sheets
Additions and alterations included with the plans

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