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Loudon Rowboat

The Loudon’s double hull, hand-laid fiberglass lapstrake design and construction also provide positive buoyancy, and the flat, non-skid floor makes it very friendly to get in and out. Fine ends and more dead rise angle below the water, providing improved tracking, speed and glide between strokes

  • Three sets of bronze oarlocks for single or double rowing
  • Two adjustable teak seats to accommodate children and adults alike
  • Non-skid floors
  • All stainless steel fasteners
  • Unsinkable level flotation

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The Pocket Skiff

The Pocket Skiff offers the stability and seaworthiness you would expect in a fiberglass boat of its size, with the added feature of positive buoyancy from its foam-filled tanks, bow and stern. There is also a storage compartment for your safety gear under the rower’s seat.

  • Single or double rowing
  • Two additional seats at the bow stern
  • Positive flotation
  • Storage compartment
  • Handcrafted fiberglass construction
  • All stainless steel fasteners

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Wee Skiff

Perfect for young rowers who want to get out on the water on their own and have fun. The design is sturdy and stable enough to get in and out of safely, yet moves swiftly on the water whether rowed by an old hand or beginner. The Wee Skiff is made from easy to care for fiberglass with positive flotation, a seat for the rower and another one in the stern for a friend.

It is the perfect boat for children to load up with fishing gear, get out and explore in or race in a regatta.

  • Lightweight, easy to care for fiberglass hull
  • Positive flotation
  • All stainless steel fasteners
  • Silicon bronze oarlocks
  • Wooden flat blade oars

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Whitehalls

Rowing is perfectly feasible in locations that are way too rough for a racing scull or open water shell – the Whitehall is right at home in wind and waves. Two or three strokes take her up to speed – the long, smooth glide needs to be experienced to be believed. A speed of four to 5 knots (6 to 9 km/h) can be maintained for hours with little to no strain on the rower. Almost anyone can row this boat well with no difficulty handling it.

  • Wineglass stern
  • Teak trim
  • Motor mount will accommodate up to a three horsepower outboard motor – tiller extension recommended.
  • All stainless steel fasteners
  • Unsinkable level flotation
  • 13′ is suitable for use as a tender

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