Not to disagree with the W-boat promoters ("Joel White's last design!", I think I heard once) but his last design is an almost unknown pulling boat: Feb 1997; # 57-3. Even Steve White doesn't have the plans, though (with Steve's permission and paying him some $$) I was able to track down someone in possessino of the plans and pay them to copy me a set. Two sets of plans in existence now taht I managed to get a copy: it's essentially an 18' plank keel stretched Shearwater.
She's a beauty at first glance. I'll pop the plans open next to my Shearwater ones this evening and compare them after the kids have gone to sleep. Slightly higher bow than the Shearwater; not as symmetrical. Daggerboard instead of centerboard (my preference). The sheer strakes are much closer to perpendicular than the Shearwater. I have a strong suspicion that my wife and I will be able to double-row her with ease as she's much larger than out Annapolis Wherry.
Of course, I'm a relatively novice builder. THe Shearwater plans from WB are great: lots of full-size molds, drawings, etc. Silly me thought I would get them with these plans too.... nope. Oh well.
Hmm, after sitting here for 10 minutes the offsets just made sense and I suppose I could draw them after all without much trouble (hard chines are great!). But when/if I ever gat around to building this in the next year or two, I may see if some budding angineer with AutoCAD and a good printer is willing to make me up a full size scaled set to save me the time and potential for error.
Boy, an I in a good mood...