This single chine Oregon pine and marine ply hull design was developed for light weight recreational rowing skiff that could be easily carried on a medium sized car. The hull shape is designed to handle relatively choppy conditions, and being very stable, inexperienced rowers can become competent in a short time.
The rowing scull is 4.65m in length, 0.77m wide. It weighs 25kgs, making it manageable for one person and easy with 2.
I named the scull ‘Carbon Credit’ which references the original and natural carbon fibre. I bought the rowing scull several years ago as a ‘covid’ project. I wasn’t a rower, but I quickly learned the basics. I have used the rowing scull on lakes, rivers, bay, and estuaries and harbours along the NSW coast. It always draws interested onlookers being such an all wood, eye catching design. I now have other boating commitments so I haven’t been using the scull enough. So I though it would be best if it found another home.
Asking price is $,2800 and includes: • David Payne designed 4.65m scull • Aluminiun riggers • Pair of ‘Sargent & Burton” Oregon Pine oars. Traditional blades. • Pair of ‘Burnham’ stands • Trolly for one person ground transport.
Located in Glebe, NSW
If you are interested in the scull or would like further details, please contact me, Robert Baker, on 0413 019 940 or email email@example.com