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May 18, 2017
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The Tiny Ripple is basically a six-foot cedar box with enough fore-and-aft rocker to give it boat-like qualities when it comes to row and tow ability. Easy and cheap to build and maintain, designer William Atkin says it's unsinkable.
|Designer||William & John Atkin|
|Length and Beam||6' and 4'9"|
|Construction Type||Traditional Lapstrake|
|Hull Material||Cedar and Oak|
|Ease of Towing||★★★|
|Load Carrying Capacity||★★|
|Ease of Maintanence||★★|
|Ease of Build||★★|
|Off Center Factor||★★★★|
The plans for the Tiny Ripple can be purchased from Atkins Boat Plans.
If you like this design, be sure to look at Ladybug Wheelbarrow Boat and Bill Thomas' dsign Mischief
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