Re: Small tender design for hard use
I haven't built a Brick or a PD Racer, but I did build the very similarly shaped Bolger Tortoise and it was the worst dinghy I ever tried to tow. It was absolutely wretched in a following sea. I have found that the more rounded small prams are the best option if your boat is so small that you simply must tow everywhere (And they also row better to boot!). I know that this is at odds with ultra-simple disposable tenders, but there you go, make your choice. You'll have to decide what is most important to you, cheapness or performance. I can see arguments for either side depending on your particular use.
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!