Loa: 3.05m (10’ – 0”)
Beam: 1.37m (4’ – 6”)
Draft: 0.15m (0’ – 6”)
Dry Weight: 38.55kgs (85lbs)
The "PEVENSEY" 10 is 10' - 0" long and 4' - 6" at its widest point. She will only need 5" of water with an average load of 2 adults, a picnic or fishing gear and a small outboard motor. Her dry weight come out at around 80lbs (36kg) depending on how she is built. Her main use is as a fresh water fishing boat for use on lakes, canals and rivers etc. One was recently built as a picnic boat for use on a canal with canopy fitted too. She is built in 6mm ply to keep weight down and has optional buoyancy built in under each seat. A full length keel strip is fitted to the bottom along with simple timber outer runners to help protect it when beaching. She is easily driven by a small 2hp or 3hp petrol outboard or electric outboard can be fitted for motoring.
Although, on paper, it is possible for this boat to be carried on a roof rack of a larger car, I think she is more easily handled, launched and recovered by trailer.
Basic Materials Required
for complete basic hull
3 x 6mm & 1 x 12mm x 2.44m x 1.22m Plywood - 3kg Epoxy Pack – 2ltr fillet mix – 25m x 100mm FG Tape – 3m x 200mm x 12mm (min) – 18mm (max) Timber for seats, 6 x 2.4m x12mm x 21mm for trim (min size), 100 x 4.8mm x 300mm cable ties.