About 35 years ago my father built a small boat for my son. For five or six years it was his favorite summer plaything. Eventually dry rot and a lack of maintainance led to "Death by chainsaw." The boat was based on one sheet of 1/4 or 3/8 inch 4 ft x8 ft plywood and about 32 running feet of clear grain 3/4 inch x 8 inch, good 4 sides white pine. The punt Had a bluff bow and a square stern with two cross seats and (I think) 3 or 4 frames (less bow piece and stern).
I now have four grandsons of appropriate ages, no plans, and no unusual skills as a boatbuilder, but would like to replace that craft for them. I am sure it would be easier with some kind of plans. I think my father built it from Mechanic's Illustrated or Popular Science or some other magazine of the mid 60's era.
Now, at long last, to my question. Does anyone out there have any idea what plans or ??? are available, keeping total ease of construction in mind? Thank you.