The original that started it all. The D17 has been redesigned since the original to be the most advanced kit on the market. She is an ideal fixed-seat, single rowboat that offers a fine turn of speed and supreme seaworthiness.
Drake Raceboat / 18'
Difficulty level: Intermediate and up
The Drake Raceboat is the latest in the Drake Series, featuring lightweight, racing performance, but you don't need to be a racer to enjoy this boat. She is pure joy to row.
Drake Rowboat / 19'
Difficulty Level: Advanced Beginner
Based on the successful Drake 17 model, the D19 offers the capacity and power for two strong rowers who wish to go out for a fun row after work, win races on weekends or go for an expedition.
Deblois St. Dory
Difficulty Level: Advanced Beginner to Intermediate
A number of D-Street Dories are used primarily as rowing craft. Like the classic Swampscott Dory, the DSD makes a great rowboat with tremndous secondary stability. With enough capacity for two and gear, the DSD makes a great camp cruising boat for two rowers.
The Echo Bay Dory Skiff
Difficulty Level: Easy
The 12' Echo Bay Dory Skiff originally came to us as a rowing skiff. She won a local rowing race repeatedly and caught our attention. She is fast and unbelievably seaworthy...and beautiful, of course.
14' Caravelle Rowing Skiff
The Caravelle was designed initially as a tandem rowing skiff to be rowed single- or tandem-fixed seat. She is stable and fast under oars and has great capacity for taking people and gear. Easy to cartop or trailer for exploring coastal and inland waters.
St. Lawrence River Skiff
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Three St. Lawrence River Skiffs adorn the Chase Small Craft catalog: the 15' Frye Skiff, 18' Annie (pictured), and 21' Bobby-Lynn. They are replicas of the Skiffs used in the 1000 Islands and documented by Andy Steever. We captured those plans and developed strip-built kits as well as plywood-lapstrake kits for the boats.