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While not originally intended for beginners, the very first customer launch was by a first-time boatbuilder. Credit goes to the extravagantly detailed 280-page manual and a very tight kit. (We still recommend starting with a dinghy or kayak.) The typical amateur builder will consume about 30 weekends and occasional evenings to see this one through.

Go simple, and if that appeals to you then there is no more simple way to cruise than this design from John C. Harris. ...This is one dandy looking little boat. It’s shapely, with lots of sheer, a pugnacious bow profile

We just wish we had more room here to show off some of the PocketShips from around the world! On our website you’ll find excellent videos, photography,

and sweet overall hull lines.

– Robert H. Perry, Sailing Magazine, June 2009

and even a site devoted entirely to PocketShip and her many fans.

Norihio Kanai - Japan

Jeff Hatch - California

Dave Curtis - Canada

Bruno LeQueu - France

CLCBOATS.COM | 410.267.0137

Peter McCrary - Manassas , VA

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