The "Pot Pie" Skiff

 The "Pot Pie" Skiff was designed in an area of Talbot County, Maryland known as "Pot Pie". This area is between St. Michaels   and Tilghman Island. The stern of this boat was probably derived from schooners whose decks extended aft past the   waterline. In other parts of the Chesapeake Bay, this type of boat was known as a tuck stern. To learn more about these   boats and others, please read one of author Larry Chownings' books.

 Kit Contains:
 Basswood framing & sides
 Hardware & rigging supplies
 Pre-routed base
 Pre-cut keel & stern
 Cedar bottom planking
 Instructions & Blueprints
 20in Long
 6in Wide
 Model done in 3/4in scale

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