I bought plans for the Selway Fisher Micro 10. There’s just something about boats like these that ring my bell.
Small is good. This small? Well..
Selway Fisher says: Using the Micro 8 as a starting point l have drawn up a boat with 25% additional length which, in such a small craft, gives a lot of additional useful space for stores and simple creature comforts. Construction is just the same with simple stitch and tape used over a basic ply framework of fore and aft girder and bulkheads—l have tried to keep the overall construction weight to that of the Micro 8.
Some of the ballast is water and she uses a simple staysail type rig with controls led inside the boat along with the steering system.
LOD 10’ (3.05m); Beam 5’4” (1.63m); Draft 2’4”/4’3” (0.70/1.3m); Displ. To WL 3749lbs (1700kg); Approx. Dry Weight 1103lbs (500kg); Ballast 386lbs (175kg) of lead and 441lbs (200kg) of water; Sail Area 75.25 sq.ft. (7 sq.m)
Micro 10 Particulars
|Hull Mid Depth||2′ 11 1/2″||0.9m|
|Sail Area||75.25 sq.ft||7 sq.m|
|Approx. Dry Weight||1103 lbs||500 kg|
|Ballast||386 lbs lead + 441 lbs water||175 kg lead + 200 kg of water|
|Flat bottom plus 2 planks per side|
|Construction Methods||Stitch and tape|
|Major plywood requirements for hull||13 x 6mm sheets
4 x 9mm sheets
4 x 12mm sheets
|Guidance Use||Long distance for 1 adult|
|Drawing/Design Package||8 x A1 drawings + 11 x A4 instruction sheets|
|Additions and alterations included with the plans|
Originally posted 2013-07-05 00:26:08.