This time, it’s an East Greenland design. Long, low, narrow. Good for calm waters, easy cruising and weight shift turning. Just what you need, right? It’s about 48cm wide, 550cm long and 17,5 cm high from the keel to the coaming in the back. It should be enough to make possible a roll or two 😉 Plans courtesy of Brian Schulz at Capefalcon kayaks. Images here are courtesy of Henry Tarle.
And no building blog post would be complete without a vid so here goes.