HANZEYAWL - 5.7m Wooden Sailing Dinghy
Photos of finished projects by Bert van Baar of the Bootbouwschool in the Netherlands
Hanze Yawl - 5.7m Sailing Dinghy - Daysailer
The Hanze Yawl is a mix between a Newfoundland Trapskiff and a Swedish Blekinge Eka. The design has been developed in close cooperation with Bert van Baar from the wooden boatbuilding school 'Bootbouwschool' in Den Helder, the Netherlands. The first 2 boats have been build in a course at the Bootbouwschool and some by students of the HMC (Hout en Meubilerings College) in Amsterdam, which is a Furniture and Woodworking college.
DIMENSIONS & SPECIFICATIONS
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CONSTRUCTION PHOTOS OF THE FIRST HULL
PLANS & PURCHASE INFORMATION
You can order PDF design drawings (digital files) including 1:1 templates to print yourself or have it printed at a printshop.
You will receive the following documents in digital format (these files are for private use only and to build 1 boat. Resale or onward sale of these drawings is not allowed):
- Constructionplan with details
- Sailplan (2 versions; balanced lug cat rig or balanced lug cat rig with yawl)
- Templates/measurement data for stem, transom, centerboard, rudder, buildingframes
- Build jig assembly drawing