Little kate, asymmetric baby raven 14' raven 3 of our small open canoes built by Trevor Palmer. Print, reference this, published: 23rd March, 2015, briefly describe two important changes in the remote environment. Business in each of the following areas:. Economic factors concern the nature and direction of the economy in which a firm operates. Because consumption patterns are affected by the relative affluence of various market segments, each firm must consider economic trends in the segments that affect its industry. On both the national and international level, managers must consider the general availability of credit, inflation rates, and trends in the growth of the gross national product are other economic factors they should monitor (Pearce robinson 2009). Social, one of the most profound social changes in recent years has been the entry of large members of women into the labor market. This has not only affected the hiring and compensation policies and the resource capabilities of their employees; it has also created or greatly expanded the demand for a wide range of products and services necessitated by the absence from the home.
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In her 33' length she has up to 6 berths, a dinette and both internal and external steering positions. 23'3" frigate 's boat first photos of Ian Bloomfield's 23'3" Frigate's boat with the historical Maritime society - she will eventually carry a sailing rig and a carronade - for essay her length, she is certainly a big boat - see page da17 of our catalogue. 18' bungay broads dayboat julius Pursaill asked to draw up the bungay based on a traditional Broads dayboat and built using modern strip plank methods - here she is beautifully built and almost ready for the water. 13' woodlark catboat this is a beautifully built example of our woodlark catboat by Craig taylor - see page di12 of our catalogue. Highl ander 18 A nice example built by mark and Phil Hampton with gunter yawl rig - see page da2 of our catalogue. Sand grouse beautifully built by jim Spiers - see page pc4 of our catalogue. Wat erman 16 Left is a version of the waterman 16 built by Charles Pecats in Australia which was featured in the australia n Amateur boatbuilder recently and which Charles uses in the outback for fishing - see page ca6 of our catalogue. Red shanedshank nicely built by jonathan Maguire - this is a stitch and tape example - see page di 8 of our catalogue. Pete open canoe a varnished version of our stitch and tape pete design by martin Padbury - see page ca6 of our catalogue. Cr 25 cruiser racer the first of our new 25' Cruiser Racer under construction by sam Watts. 12' med way doble a nice example carefully put together by Alex Short.
You can see more on his web site at uuttila/ml car rick and lillie sailing canoes here we have a carrick (left) with Optimist rig and a lillie canoe yawl which has been motto modifed - mainly by adding 3" (75mm) to the height of the. 18'4" strip planked to shayboat this is a lovely example of our 18'4" lod strip planked Tosher dayboat beautifully built by giuseppe casalino and sailiing on Venice lagoon - see page da14 of our catalogue. D art 14 esk12'6" Robin waistell of Albatross boats (The ballyrafter Centre, lismore,. Waterford, Ireland) has built these two kayaks and has just asked us to design a 17' version of the Esk which will be available in early 2005 - albatross boats will be producing these boats shortly. To see their range of sfdesign kits and complete canoes, kayaks and small boats go to m 15' fe lix launch this is a beautifully built example of a modified 15' version of our strip planked Felix design by robert. Mifflin in Canada - instead of a steam engine she is fitted with a yanmar 1GM10 diesel and has increased freeboard - see page st1 of our catalogue. Waka ama (hawaiian surf canoe) The 18' waka ama is a recent design for a new zealand client - this example is built by randall haines of houseboats. Nordia 10 This example of the nordia 10 has been beautifully built by daniele baracchi in Italy - see page ya11 of our catalogue.
These photos show one example of the westray being built by martin Foggo to a high standard in which he has further modified the bow shape by removing the round forefoot of the westray bow - martin has also fitted an additional forward bulkhead (for. 50/50 sailing essay canoe ( caleb ) This is the first 50/50 sailing canoe designed for and built by bill Serjeant who has one a really nice job in remarkably quick time - she is a development of our Carrick asymmetric canoe but with decking/storage etc. 11'6" lit tle kate an 11'6" Little kate by Steve fisher - a lightweight single open canoe for getting up the shallowest of waterways - see page ca3 in our catalogue. Explo rer 16 etc Above - the Explorer 16 and Pete strip planked canoes and the plywood Little kate all by jordan boats at who also have a plank and frame cutting service. Below is an example of the 16' Explorer and a 14' version (built simply by reducing the spacing between the moulds on the jig) by mick sanderson. Prosp ect or here is an example of our most popular canoe design - the 15'8" Prospector - this one by mike cambray - out on her first trip with all the family - see page ca5 of our catalogue. 20' p ort louis this is a nice example of the 20' lod pocket Cruising yacht - the port louis being built by Allen deans - he is making a lovely job of the planking which you can see goes in 2 directions. 15' northumbriable sam Hotchins asked me to increase the basic Northumbrian Coble to a hull length of 15' and this is the result - the plans show two rigs - the other one is a yawl and she can be built using stitch and tape. 12'6" north umb rian coble several 12'6" Northumbrian Cobles are under construction - this striking example is by peter roach - there are also photos of Nigel Fry's boat on the cobles page of the dinghy section - see page di6 of our catalogue.and here.
The client who originally asked us to draw her. The 16' eg ret classic runabout this fine example was built. Merrick burrell, the client who asked for the original design - she's seen here in Argyll on the west coast of Scotland - slight changes have been made to the standard layout but otherwise, she is much as detailed on the drawings - see page. The 22' kitti waanoe yawl above are a couple of photos. Colin Simpson's Kittiwake under construction using the ply plank over frame method - the plank shapes are given on the drawings and the use of stringers cuts down the amount of epoxy used - see page ya3 of our catalogue. The 22' bla ck swan this is a fine looking example of the multi-chine plywood version of the 22' Black Swan (the plans also give details for a strip planked hull) - by henner Ostermejer in Germany - see page ya2 of our catalogue. The first 20' version of the ruf us shaun Squyres of Squyres Marine services in Hampton roads asked us to stretch the 17' multi-chine plywood Rufus design to 20' and here is the result looking great in her Company colours - the details for the. The first 16' stor now ay the first Stornoway 16 is well underway by walt Scherf who asked us to draw her up - she's going to be a powerful dayboat with plenty of space to sit in the boat rather than. The westray /highlander 16 The westray was a modification of the highlander 16 which we did for pjs boats several years ago - now that pjs are no more, we can offer the modification (which includes a complete "V" bottom going right aft (the original.
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The shanghai 25'5" cruising yacht this is one of our Shanghai cruising yachts under construction by nick Croome in Bristol - much of the fit-out is done before the hull panels are fitted making access easier during construction. See page ya12 of our catalogue.and here is the latest from Nick - a medley of sfd boats he has personal built or been involved with, including the latest picture of his Shanghai named "Freebee" :- top right is the Shanghai "Freebee top left. The 16' lod grey swan pocket cruising yachrey swan under construction by ian Duncan - like the Shanghai, much of the fit-out is being completed before the hull panels are put in place including some interior painting. See page pc1 of our catalogue. The 15' kestral peapod one of our Kestral multi-chine plywood peapods by Trevor Peck - the drawings include both a sprit and junk rig.
See page di21 of our catalogue. The ed ward ian 26 (modified) Above is a modified Edwardian 26 by julian Garrett and Harwich boatcraft - in this case julian asked us to "plumb" the stem getting rid of the schooner bow of the original design and reduce the beam to 6'6". See page st6 of our catalogue. The pet rel 13'x 6' catboat these are photos of our Petrel 13' catboat design. She is a multi-chine plywood design for ease of construction - see page di12 of our catalogue - this example has been beautifully built by jeffrey harrison. The 17'6" evening sw an pocket cruiser this example has been built by ron Peterson who has modified the top of the cabin, giving it a well proportioned camber - the is is another excellent strip planked version of the evening swan which can also.
She has the swept up bow of the Eskimo type and flotation compartments in each end. Construction is quick and simple but the shape we have developed on our Yachtcad system is quite sophisticated. Here, 4mm exterior plywood is used keeping cost to a minimum. We also have a 14'6" version - see our kayak page.and here is a well finished example by bob day. And another by dave and Jonny burke - this one with a beautiful strip planked deck you can see her under construction at t the 24' beaum aris above - a couple of photos of Sam Watt's beaumaris - this example was built with the. The po wer.2 (stretched) Many of our designs are altered and adapted by their builders to suit individual requirements - our advice is always there at the end of the phone or by fax and E-mail to help and guide you.
In this case, we have an example of our Power.2 design (see motors boats up to 16' page) built by the Clark family and launched on the Elbe south of Hamburg - then later trailed for a cruise down the canal du nivernais. She has been stretched to almost 20' (6m) and has a headroom.95m (6'4 plus galley, wc/shower compartment and 5 berths - she uses a 12hp outboard for power. See page mb1 of our catalogue. The sk ua 21 yacht (trailer/sailer) This is an example of our skua 21' Trailer sailer being built by lionel davies in Wales - several additions have been made to the original plans and this version will have bilge boards rather than the standard centreboard. Below are photos of another skua, this time with the original bow shape and beautifully built and finished by toni reiter of Holland. See page ya4 of our catalogue.
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The edwar, dian 19 (21' x 5'10" version the example of one of our Edwardian series of steam launches shown here is by ralph Pullen of Wiltshire who has made both the launch and the engine unit. Ralph is happy to supply fabricated deck fittings (stem head fittings etc) - for details contact Selway fisher Design. Ralph's launch swings a 16" x 20" prop and has a saloon large enough to sleep 2 in comfort and to seat up. She's shown here just after her initial launch onto the kennet avon Canal at Widebrook. The Edwardian 19 is detailed on page st4 of our catalogue. Tlet 30, above - 2 pictures of our Martlet 30' lod pilot Cutter under construction using the clinker/ply judy method by Philip ruewell. For a 30 footer, she is a big blue water boat with plenty of accommodation and can also be made using the strip plank process - see her on page ya13 of our catalogue. The esk 12, sea, kayak, above - one of our Esk 12' sea kayaks under construction.
page da9 of our Complete catalogue. The example below is. Paul Ellifrit - in this case he multiplied all dimensions by a factor.1 and has added a cabin. Below is another example of a standard Petite Brise 16 nicely finished and sailing well - this one is by maurice burgess and is featured in the may/June 2001 issue (No. 27) of the watercraft Magazine. The 19'9" lod. Ari 3, the kari 3 is based upon the norwegian hull - she has a small cabin with space for 2 or 3 bunks etc and the plans show details for both stitch and tape and clinker ply construction - see page pc11 of our. This example is.
The 14'7" x 3'9" elec, tric, skiff. This fine example is. Brooks - she is a general purpose skiff and can be fitted with a rig - construction is stitch and tape - see page mb2 of the complete catalogue for details. 13'9" chris, tine, canoe, the Christine is our most popular canoe design and many have been built all over the world - the above example has been built by the boys and girls of Forres Sandle manor School under the supervision of Nic Pascoe, head. The nice example below, of the Christine, has been built by wendy couch seen here at it's launch and maiden trip - note the way in which Wendy has fitted storage/buoyancy into the ends of the canoe finishing the decking media in a curve. The 16' l, ynx. Trailer sailer, this example of our Lynx 16 was built by jose luis Martinez viana of Spain - for 16' she has plenty of space in the cabin which is not interferred with by a centreboard case - she has swing bilge boards in cases. 16' petite, bri, se, our 16' lod petite Brise - this one.
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A gallery of photographs from our builders. The 9'4" 10'6" northum, brian, cobles. The above is an writing example of the 10'6" version by Anthony waller and below is the 9'4" version by Uta hanel. The 34'6" lod p, inky, gaff ketch, above and below - one of our 34'6" lod pinky gaff Ketchs' in frame - this example is by ian Tolhurst who has used all locally grown timber (much of which fell in previous storms). Here she is just at the stage of starting the planking which will be cedar strip veneered over with oak laminates. She is based on the pinky fishing boats of maine and nova scotia and has roomy accommodation for 4 or 5 people - see page ya12 of our Complete catalogue. These are the photos of progress in June 2003.and October 2004.