river boat in greek river evros

Discussion in 'Wooden Boat Building and Restoration' started by petk98, Oct 10, 2007.

  1. petk98
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    petk98 New Member

    hallo to everyone. i am from Greece and i am interested in building a wooden boat.the traditional boats in this river are always made by the owners (fisherman).their length isabout 6 to 8 meters and wide 1.10 to 1.50 meters. all of them are flatbottom and are using small outbord engines.10 to 30 hp. i wish to build a boat about 7.5 meters and power it with a 20 to 30 hp outbord. thats because it is a big and brash river. of course flatbottom and with the best stability. any help for plannig and building would be precious. ialso must say that i want to make it from sea plywood and cover it with polyester. thank you for any advice.
     
  2. Gilbert
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    Gilbert Senior Member

    Exactly what sort of help do you need?
    Are you looking for a lines plan?
    Do you need construction details?
    If you like the local boats, perhaps you could get advice and dimensions from some of the fishermen.
     
  3. Çemberci
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    Çemberci Senior Member

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