Tommy Cod

Tommy Cod

This Tommy Cod was built

by volunteers for the Jones River Landing under

Peter Arenstam‘s supervision.

Peter’s “other boat” is Mayflower II!

Tommy Cod is 14′.

I call this type a dory/skiff,

a hybrid of the two with

a narrower bottom than a skiff,

wider than a banks dory.

This makes a boat that rows easier than a broader skiff

with more initial stability than a dory.


  • LOA 14′ 2 1/4″
  • LWL 12′ 3″
  • Beam 4′ 1″
  • Draft 4 1/4″ / 1′ 7 7/8″ (board down)


Plans come as PDFs.

This is a simple boat with a minimal plan:

Two sheets of drawings.

Cost is $75 USD.

Price includes permission to build one boat for your personal use.

Questions? Plan FAQ

What’s in the Plan?

Tommy Cod Plans PDFs


1Purchasing these plans constitutes agreement to the conditions of this release:

Stock Plans Conditions of Sale

Making this purchase constitutes agreement to meet the following conditions:

1) ANTONIO DIAS agrees to supply these stock plans on acceptance of the stock plan fee.

2) The designs remain the property of ANTONIO DIAS,and may only be used with a purchase from ANTONIO DIAS.

3) ANTONIO DIAS authorizes the construction of one boat from the purchase of a stock plan,unless other specific arrangements have been made in writing concerning payments for royalties for building more than one boat.

4) Strict compliance with the plans,specifications,tolerances,and materials is mandatory for achieving the intended performance of the boat.

5) Since use of the boat is in itself an activity that requires some degree of skill and judgement on the part of the operator that we cannot know exists or not, and since ANTONIO DIAS is not building the boat nor directly involved in overseeing the accuracy of the builder in following the design, the stock plan purchaser agrees to hold ANTONIO DIAS harmless from any results of using the plans supplied.

6) All stock plan sales are final.

7) Continuing with this purchase provides the right to build one boat from these plans.

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