Re: Glued lapstrake kayak designs?
I don't know of any Scott. Certainly there are decked canoes like Oughtred's Wee Rob.
Might I suggest skin on frame as yet another alternative to S & G or strip? That's definitely the most fun way for me to build a kayak, and I've tried all of these methods over the past two dozen kayaks I've built. Skin on frame includes delightful opportunities to build angled mortise and tenon joints and steam bending and all sorts of interesting woodworking. Both baidarkas and Greenland styles can be rolled just fine as long as you make a decent knee brace to hook to your masik. There's other trad. styles too, but they tend to be more hunting specialized and less recreationally suitable. There's also modern skin on frame styles by designers like Tom Yost that are less interesting woodworking but even quicker and simple to build.
But if you want to build glued lap, then you're probably stuck with the wee lassie style of double paddle canoe, and these are really only able to pull off the first part of the Eskimo roll all that well.
Amphibious Macroplankton Oughtredia doublendus
Mostly found frequenting the littoral and estuarine zones in the southern half of the Salish Sea, though sightings have been recorded both north and south of this area, and occasionally, but rarely, inland, in freshwater environments. This species lives on micro-brewed beer and dutch-oven biscuits,and displays brightly colored nylon and gore-tex plumage during the rainy season. Approach with caution!