The Fleet Trow

This may be the most unusual and least known boat type we’ve discussed in these pages. The Fleet trow is designed for use in the often very shallow water of the Fleet, a body of water tucked behind the gravel bank of Chesil Beach. The beach itself is an interesting feature of physical geography and … Continue reading “The Fleet Trow”

A visit to Port Ginesta

Ben Crawshaw, who is currently building a Light Trow to my design reports today that he’s made a trip to Port Ginesta, where he was puzzled by these bulges on the stern of an elderly motor cruiser undergoing a major restoration. Ben takes some interesting shots, and a visit to his weblog is always a … Continue reading “A visit to Port Ginesta”