Sculling Skiff Design

Sculling Skiff by Clayton Culp & Jamie Wasser, St. Mary\'s College of Maryland

<p>Subject: two-man sculling skiff Date: Sat, 14 Apr 2001 10:43:56 -0400</p> <p>These are photos of the Sculling Skiff. This boat is an alteration on the plans and patterns provided by Glen-L. We adjusted everything, extending the fair lines, to create a two-man Sculling Skiff. The boat was built over the past 8 months as part of the senior project for two graduating St. Mary\'s College of Maryland students. Local high school students also helped in all aspects of the design and construction, and now they are getting the chance to experience rowing in the boat they built. The pictures are taken on the St. Mary\'s River in southern Maryland.</p> <p>Clayton Culp Jamie Wasser St. Mary\'s College of Maryland, Class of 2001 Department of Mathematics cwculp@osprey.smcm.edu</p>

Sculling-Skiff by Mike Van Susteren, Verona, WI

Mike Van Susteren / Verona, Wisconsin The plan is to build the seat this winter and christen it in 2007.

Sculling-Skiff by Tom & Chelsey Oldridge, St.Thomas, Ontario, Canada

<p>December 17, 2006</p> <p>Hello.</p> <p>My daughter, Chelsey, and I built this sculling skiff together. She was introduced to rowing in high school, loved it, and wondered about getting her own skiff. She searched on the internet, came across \'Glen-L\' for plans, and the rest is history. Once the skiff was done, we also sent for the oar plans and made these as well. They\'re not perfect, but they work great! We couldn\'t have done this without your plans!</p> <p>Tom Oldridge, St.Thomas, ON, Canada</p> <p>I\'m sending a couple pic\'s of my progress as of 5/1/2006.</p>

Sculling Skiff by John Greven, Burlington, Ontario, Canada

<p>October 2012</p><p> As you can see I took some liberty to modify the deck and splash rail but the scull rows so well! </p><p> Cannot wait for spring as I live near Toronto, Canada and our cottage lake is frozen. </p><p>Thanks for the GREAT plans!!! </p>

 

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