Here are a few of the drawings from the study plans:
LOD: 35' 2"
LOD: 32' 3"
BEAM: 8' 6"
DRAFT: 1' 9"
BALLAST: 2,000 lbs. lead foil laminated in keel
WATER: 70 gallons
TYPE: New Jersey Seabright Skiff. Suitable for sailing in coastal and offshore conditions. This model is designed with watertight flotation compartments and accommodations for four with a small galley and head. The type has an excellent record as a lifesaving vessel, and can be used as an island-hopper, coastal cruiser and ocean voyager. Trailerable behind a vehicle rated for 6,000 lb. towing capacity.
CONSTRUCTION: Marine plywood covered with epoxy-saturated Xynole-polyester fabric. The hull is frameless, being built over bulkheads. Options for planking include lapstrake, chine log and stitch-and-glue. (Plans are drawn for stitch-and-glue). Skill level required for construction is moderate to high (lapstrake hull).
OPTIONS: An inboard diesel (2 cyl Yanmar 2YM15) may be installed under the forward end of the cockpit well as shown on a separate drawing. An outboard in a well is not practical for this model. This boat may be rowed standing in the cockpit or sculled using a 10' oar with heavy-duty rowlock mounted on the transom. Permanent ballast consists of lead foil laminated inside the keel bottom on both sides of the CB trunk covered with 1/4" teak & holly plywood. If trailerability is not desired, ballast may be increased to 2,500 lbs. Standing headroom under the sliding hatch (in the galley) is 6' 3"; headroom at the table is 5' 6" with exposed beams, and 5' 7 1/2" with the foam-core deck option. The deck may be raised no more than 2" if more headroom is desired. Additional rigs are available on a custom-design basis.