Nick Smith is making progress on a 17ft launch Lisa
built to a set of lines from an Admiralty lifeboat of
100 years ago. Moeity was built to the same lines but
is a few inches shorter. Click on the images for much
It’s always good to hear about new projects and to receive photos. On Friday, Nick Smith sent me this message:
As promised a nice photo of Lisa, a 17ft, clnker-built khaya mahogany hull to be framed with green New Forest oak.
The design is as per Moiety (lines taken off an Admiralty lifeboat of about 100 years old), but while Moietyis 16ft 4in, Lisa has been stretched a further 8in. The second photo shows Moiety on her launch day in 1996 on the river Medina, Cowes – see the landmark of J S White’s crane in the background.
Lisa will have a 15hp Yanmar twin fitted, and the owner who lives in Noss Mayo wants to explore the estuary and on good day go around the coast to Cawsand and maybe Plymouth too.
I have an another order to follow – a 16ft motor launch for customer who also lives on the river Yealm.
Will send you some more photos during Lisa’ s fit out.
Thanks Nick! As usual, clicking on the photos will bring up a bigger and better image in each case.
For more photos click here: intheboatshed posts showing Nick Smith’s work.