Power Skiff 12 / Power Skiff 14
a 12' or 14' stitch and glue
STITCH & GLUE PLYWOOD
|Hull depth forward
|Hull depth aft
|Hull weight (approx.):
- Hull type: Arc bottom hard chine hull in mid-to-aft areas with rounded
side/bottom vee'd sections forward. Developed for Stitch and glue sheet
- Power: Short shaft outboard motor to 15 hp (both models).
- Can the hull be extended or shortened? No. We also do not recommend
increasing the beam.
- Trailer: Designed for use with Glen-L Series 650 boat trailer plans.
A quantum leap ahead in truly simplified boat construction...
that's our POWER SKIFF. It's all made possible by our
revolutionary FAST-G Stitch-N-Glue building system, using
an advanced approach to plywood planking development. The result
is an incredibly lightweight, frameless craft, that's
strong, able, and pleasing to the eye.
Best of all, the POWER SKIFF won't send you to the poor
house. All it takes to complete the 12' model is three
sheets of 1/4"x4'x8' plywood and a half panel of
3/4". Assembly is quick & easy--just cut out the
plywood parts after transferring them from the patterns, stitch
up and glue the seams, and you have a hull. No lofting, no
layouts, no building jigs required.
The POWER SKIFF's unique FAST-G hull design features
a hard chine, arc bottom aft for agility, stability, and speed.
Chines fade out forward for rounded side/bottom sections which
form an easy riding convex vee entrance. Built-in flotation
chambers and the naturally buoyant wood hull give piece of mind.
Although engines up to 15 HP can be used, a 5 HP engine gives
ample performance. BUILD IN FAST-G STITCH-N-GLUE. If you want a
boat pronto, without much effort, especially for the amateur,
our POWER SKIFF is tailor-made for you.
COMPLETE PLANS include FULL SIZE PATTERNS for the side-bottom
planking, aft side and bottom planking, butt blocks, aft
bulkhead and seat, transom, transom and stern knees, seat ledge
and brace, center seat, breasthook, form, keel, and keel strip.
Includes material listings and layouts, with instructions and