There are many woodenboat plans available. I'm now sailing a canoe and having fun with.
Sailing is really my way.
As retired I would like to start building my own, like many of you folks did or are doing right now.
I'm looking to purchase plans for my dream boat and wish to make no mistake in the choice. I'm asking help from those skilled builders.
Very stable, so I don't get wet.
Able to sail in F5 winds (reefed of course)
Room enough for 3 people (4 is better).
Able to carry camping gear, food, and all items for a week.
Should be around 18 ft to 22 ft.
Either plywood, lapstrakes or smooth planking.
Weight: I have a Saturn 4 cylinders car.
Epoxy finishing is ok with me since i've been working 1 year in a cedar canoe shop.
I'm skilled enough to read plans, work with hand and power tools.
I was thinking to Coquina, but it seems to be just to small for me, but it's a beautiful boat.
Anything else similar to Coquina and according to my specifications? May start project late this fall.
Thanks to everyone for tips