Lucky Pierre Design

Lucky Pierre No. 3 by Tom Hruby, Olympia, WA

April, 2018 - Named "Daddy's Third" because this is Tom's third Glen-L Lucky Pierre build!

Lucky Pierre by Capt. Aaron Pufal from Toronto, ON, Canada

<p>Subject: Finished! (Lucky Pierre) Date: Mon, 7 Jan 2002 18:01:36 -0500 From: The Development </p><p> Hi, I\'m Capt. Aaron Pufal from Toronto, ON, Canada. I have finished your dory! she\'s a little tipsy but a keel will fix that. I changed the plans just a bit for a outboard in the aft. What do you think? </p><p> Thanks, Aaron P.</p>

Lucky Pierre by  Capt. Chuck Stinchfield

<p>Subject: Completed St. Pierre Dory photos Date: Sat, 28 Oct 2000 16:35:11 -0700 </p><p> Hi all, Attached photos of dory I completed and launched on July 1st. Sold charter boats for health reasons and wanted something very economical but fun to knock about in by myself rather than going nuts ashore. </p><p> Took me 15 months time working 3 to 4 hours a day. Used southern yellow pine for frames and mahogany for longitudinal stringers. MDO signboard plywood for planking. Covered with epoxy via West system and interior saturated with penetrating epoxy. Powered with 1 cyl. Bukh diesel of 10 hp turning 3000 max through 2/1 reduction. Speed at 2300 cruise 6 mph. Have chart gps, bottom machine and autopilot and using to fish the Gulf of Mexico at a leisurely pace. Will cruise some next summer. No major problems building. Fun boat that really gets a lot of comments and turns heads. </p><p> Complete pics of construction progress can be seen at my website: </p><p> Thanks for the good plans and source of supplies and hardware. </p><p> Capt. Chuck Stinchfield</p>

Lucky Pierre by Jim Carlise

<p>Subject: Lucky Pierre Date: Sun, 27 Aug 2000 From: JIM CARLISE </p><p> Hi, as you can see by the pictures I just finished building your St Pierre Dory.During construction I decided not to go with the optional skeg/deadwood, but now I am thinking about adding some ballast to stiffing her up a little.What do you think about a small skeg,about 3 inches wide and 8 to 12 inches deep and about 6 or 7 feet long between frame # 6 and # 3 { not unlike a sail boats centerboard } with some ballast bolted on? </p><p> JIM CARLISE</p>

Lucky Pierre by Peter Mahon

Lucky Pierre by Peter Mahon, Malahide County, Dublin, Ireland June 15, 2009 Here are a few photos of my Lucky Pierre dory which I have just completed, I have just returned from its maiden voyage and so far I am very pleased with its performance. I have built the outboard well version and have a 25hp mercury engine which will be more than adequate to drive it. I found your plans very easy to follow and very accurate and am very pleased with the lines of the boat for such a simple construction.

Lucky Pierre by Tom Hruby

Lucky Pierre by Tom Hruby, Lacey, Washington November 21, 2008 Photos are of the second Lucky Pierre (Daddy’s Too) I built. This version is powered by 2 electric trolling motors (109 lbs. thrust each, 36 volts) in an outboard well. I get 5 hrs of cruising time on a charge (about 30 miles). Construction is ½ plywood with 10oz glass cloth and polyester resin.


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