The Herreshoff Pram was designed to row, well, stow well and tow well. These boats are remarkably easy to row and, because of the bow transom, have a greater carrying capacity for their length than a stem fitted tender. They are popular aboard cruising vessels as shore tenders and are often carried upside down over a central skylight or on the cabin top. As with all school vessels, the prams feature high-quality boat lumber and are usually red cedar with copper rivets on white oak frames.
This boat design available for commission. Construction of skiffs begins in November. Call for pricing and construction details.
Further Contact Information:
Chief Instructor Sean Koomen