I just acquired a Tammie Norrie in desperate need of some love and a good home.
The clinker hull was built in 2004 with the builder using 6mm Hoop plywood. The planking as well as the stem looks likes a rather professionally build.

However the building standards seem to have slipped with the remainder of the boat ,seats, lacking knees, forward rowing station measurements apears to be deviating from design, an off centre cut out for the centre board slot, and finnally a piece of Oregon scarfed into the keelson . The slot has been filled with some kind of epoxy which I only found after stripping some paint.

Since I originally bought her as a rowing and motor version, but wanting the sail option my ideas where to either use leeboards , or possibly increase the keel depth an idea I quite favour or the least likely option being building a dagger board .