Design by David Stimson, based on the Alton Wallace West Pointer workboats from the Maine coast. David's design is a bit larger that the original West Pointer. She has plenty of freeboard forward, and her sweeping sheer puts the rail to a comfortable height for work or play. Another nice feature is the tumblehome aft. This boat is strip-planked, and can carry a 25-75hp outboard.
You'll see a book about her construction linked below.
Weight: approx 1200 lbs
Lofting required: No
Skill needed: Intermediate
Plans pages: 7
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Ocean Pointer was featured in Boat Design Quarterly #2.
They look pretty good from my first quick review.
I built this boat....GETTIN THERE, perfect for our use in Casco Bay. I did add spray rails and reccomend them to others. The book is very helpful.
The book is a must addition to the plans. Can not wait to get started.