by Charles Leinweber  duckworks@hilconet.com


Tennessee was easy to build. Bulkheads were assembled, then sides were attached.   Next came the longitudinal stringers which are external, hence there is no notching. The bottom is two layers of 3/8" ply with the joints staggered.  The sides are 1/4"  with butt plates located away from bulkheads.  Decks are 1/2".   Space is provided for a head, galley, and double berth.

Tennessee makes a fine cruiser for two for up to a week on protected water. She is easy to trailer in spite of her length.  She gets great range and economy with her recommended 10 hp 4 stroke Honda.

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