Winard Sabot plan first half as a jpg
Winard Sabot plan second half as a jpg
I found another set of plans for the Sabot in
How to Build 20 Boats - - edited by Boris Leonardi of Rudder Magazine
Arco Pub. New York, NY - 1960
Sabot page 1
Sabot page 2
This version of the Sabot has a pivoting centerboard -
- instead of the traditional Naples Sabot which has a leeboard
- or a daggerboard, which the Winnard Sabot is designed to have.
- viewing these plans I expect that there is a better design than the one contained here.
- I would slant the forward edge of the centerboard case forward, also the board,
- so that there will be more bearing surface in the case when the board is lowered.
Sabot page 3
Sabot page 4
The Aunti Helen - or - Molly is a flat bottomed sailing skiff, about 16 ft. 8 inches long
and has a cat-ketch rig. ( 2 masts, forward Main mast taller than the aft mizzen mast )
Aunty Helen plans as jpgs
I built this boat and called it Molly
When I built Molly I made the bottom a full 4 ft. wide
to fully use the width of a the sheets of plywood of which the bottom was constructed, giving slightly more initial stability.
Of course the width at the gunwale (upper edge of side) was widened to accommodate the wider bottom. .
The Optimist (in all versions) is an 8 ft. long pram dingy with a flat bottom.
It is somewhat easier to build than the Sabot
Optimist pram 1948 version measurements in inches and eiths of inches
Optimist pram International version measurements in milimeters
Historical South Texas boat types from Howard I. Chapelle
Gulf Scow Schooner a jpg file
Port Isabel Scow Sloop PDF file
Garvy Sloop PDF file
- update June 2013