The island cottage workboat needs replacing. It's looking worse than the firewood we haul in it. Plus I need an excuse to build another boat; a 15 foot Garvey would be perfect.
I've considered 'Mark's Boat' and Devlin's Cackler, but when the materials lists call up 6 gallons of googie poo I think they're not for me.
Gardner's Garvey is more my idea, plywood, glue, nails and paint, more or less in that order. But at 20 feet it's about 5 feet more than what's wanted. So here's the question, if I reduce the offsets to ¾ of what's given, will I get a plan I can build?
Or has this already been done? Can someone point me at a 15 foot Garvey plan that will suit my workboat purpose?