Given that the bow and stern touch the waterline I would guess these are the external lines and so you need to reduce by whatever planking thickness you choose.
Can anyone confirm?
It seems the Laerke is a pretty boat of classic shape. Having been derived from an IOM, does it perform as well as a reduced Marblehead plan or something conceived for the RG65. It seems that current designs aim for at least 1000g displacement, equivalent to a scaled IOM.
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