From CLC: "It's small enough to be rowed by one person, but big enough for tandem rowing with two adults ... great load-carrier; 800 pounds max payload. Hull planking is 6mm okoume; the bottom is 9mm, fiberglassed on both sides and up onto the side planking. Bulkheads are laminated 9mm plywood. Epoxied together, the hull is light - about 100 pounds - and strong. Like all dories, the Northeaster tracks well, has a long glide, and stays dry in waves. Even four adults have comfortable seating."
Initial assembly completed at CLC’s Annapolis site during a Wooden Boat School class (40+ hrs). Hull built & glassed; seats, rudder, & daggerboard cut & sanded. Mast has not been scarfed.
Boat's been on sawhorses for several years now. Needs some minor assembly / fabrication work & to be refinished prior to paint. Been under a tarp at all times; epoxy has blistered due to time, no damage to marine plywood. All instruction/assembly manuals available.
Now that the weather is turning, it’s time to get this boat in the hands of someone who will finish it & get out on the water.
Car-toppable on mid-to-large car (i.e. station wagon).
Boat currently in Washington, DC.
Price: $1500 (< 50% of kit cost)
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