The Medway skiff is a Selway-Fisher design for an 11 foot rowing boat. Here is the description from the Selway-Fisher web site:
The Medway 11 is a rowing skiff development of our Medway Doble design. We have retained the same 3 plywood planks per side and the simple stitch and tape method of construction. She uses just 3 sheets of 5 or 6mmplywood. As drawn, she is fitted out for single use with a central rowing thwart and with buoyancy/stowage compartments at either end. These can be replaced by seating so that she could take 3 adults. Her ‘V’ bottomed hull section has a moderate waterline beam keeping the wetted surface area to a minimum making her easy to row and straight tracking. She has a ‘wineglass’ shaped transom giving her some width at deck level with basically a double ended hull form at the waterline.
I constructed the boat in the winter of 2013 and working on a very sporadic schedule I was able to complete it in about 2 1/2 months. A more accelerated schedule is possible but allowance must be made for adequate time for drying and setting of epoxy and paint.
Medway skiff building sequence