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Hi, I purchased the plan for the Bevins Skiff last spring with plans to build nit as a project to do with my little rather from the big brothers program.
The older two and I would like to build something and not a bird house or more fishing rod holders. My granddad and I built soapbox derby cars together and it's time to do something new with them. My fishing buddy and I are planing on building the skiff with his grandchildren this spring. We have built several Bevin’s Skiffs at Kids & Classics Boatshops as part our Boats4Folks programme.
WoodenBoat Magazine, Professional BoatBuilder Magazine, Small Boats Magazine, Small Boats Monthly. Thank you to Ira for providing these great plans for anyone who wishes to look, dream, or build the Herring skiff.
Any info will be appreciated as I am newbie to wood working and will make it easier and more fun if I don;t spend a lot of time looking for wood pieces although Annapolis may have a few places for buying supplies. Just love the Bevin skiff and it will be my next project, it will be great in the shallows of Lake Huron.
I’m hoping to spend the summer building this skiff with my two daughters before they start school. Now i have stopped moving, have grandkids, and there is nothing better for a guy and his grands than a new boat. My wish is to incentivate the kids in secondary schools to learn to build wooden boats, as a means to start a local provision of watrercraft (it's a small town and growing) as well as help keep them off the streets and out of mischief.
I owned a small wooden skiff with a cross planked bottom at an early age – a family relative gave me an old 5 hp Evinrude so we spent all our time on the local river in Bon Secour, Alabama. After lots of Internet research I found the Brockway type skiffs that had been being built by high school classes and many others.
The help I’ve gotten from the guys on the WoodenBoat Forum has been much appreciated! Looks like I found a good way to teach them some valuable lessons while building something they can use.
Later when I thought I wanted to be a commercial fisherman, I purchased a used 18′ wood mullet skiff that was built locally near Mobile, Alabama. Earle Brockway, on the East Coast, agreed to have his boat building process documented for use by the Peace Corps overseas to help replace inshore fishing fleets after they were destroyed by storms. The man who built the skiff was Floyd Bosarge, he passed away in the late 90’s and his boats are getting scarce.
Brockway was generous with his boat building knowledge along with the folks who helped put manuals together to build 14 and 16 foot skiffs at The Sound School.