Teak Floorboards—don’t they look nice? The lowest point in the boat is under the center seat. Raise the seat and find the ideal place for a bilge pump, or for sponging out that last trace of water. You can
also latch and lock this compartment for security.
Seats—take a close look at these seats.
I took the shape from the local Methodist Church pew. Sculptured for comfort. Wide enough so that those of us with mature butts don’t feel cheated. Note the nice condiment on the front of the rowing station seats to help prevent “spill over”. These seats are balsa core material covered with beautiful mahogany veneer. Pretty, strong and light weight.
Oars—our modus operandi. Note that the stern is too thin for an outboard clamp. Painted white on the front side and red on the working side for greater visibility.