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Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Mission Bay Stitch and Glue Skiff Recently Completed

I just got these pictures of this recently completed Mission Bay Skiff. The builder did a great job. I really like the hinged rear seat. He (or she) didn't give their name, but here's what they had to say about it:

Here's a few pictures of my skiff's construction from a pile of plywood to the finished boat. Lala D came out great! Hope to launch her early in February. I made a few mods; hinging the rear seat to permit access to battery and fuel tank and making the breasthook about double the length in the plans to stiffen up the bow a little. A sailboat will be next. The plans were easy to follow; my only hang up was not having an epoxy supplier in this part of the country.
Thanks again!

Mission Bay ultralight Stitch and Glue Skiff Wood Boat Plans

Mission Bay ultralight Stitch and Glue Skiff Wooden Boat Plans

Mission Bay ultralight Stitch and Glue Skiff Plywood Boat Plans

Mission Bay ultralight Stitch and Glue Skiff Easy Boat Plans

More information, plans ordering information, and free downloadable study plans of this boat may be found at: 11' Mission Bay ultralight Skiff Boat Plans.

Jeff Spira, Naval Architect, marine engineer and boat designer

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