SKROWL

 

Skrowl

(Renderings courtesy Quenet Yann)

I saw the briefest of mentions of this on the Forum, and thought it merited more attention.

My knowledge of French is abysmal.. but Chrome is my browser and translates for me.

Quenet Yann is the designer, developed in collaboration with Eric Marshall.  As you can tell, SKROWL is 4.34 meters (14′3″) LOA.  She is a combination scow and krill.

Skrowl2

 

‘lest you think this is nothing but a concept craft, she is currently a’building.  Photos here:

https://plus.google.com/photos/116209811814901622777/albums/5851052343753094881

I can’t really tell you much more about SKROWL, but I look forward to reading your comments below.  She’s certainly imaginative.

And here is the link to his website:

http://bigornick.wifeo.com/plans-de-bateau-gratuit.php

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4 Responses to SKROWL

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  2. Quenet Yann is the designer, developed in collaboration with Eric Marshall. As you can tell, SKROWL is 4.34 meters (14′3″) LOA. She is a combination scow and krill.

  3. Keith King says:

    Quenet Yann is the designer, developed in collaboration with Eric Marshall. As you can tell, SKROWL is 4.34 meters (14′3″) LOA. She is a combination scow and krill.

  4. What is it that stimulates people to explore the potential of designing the ugliest boat?

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