Here we show the boats for which we do plans and/or suggested hardware lists. They come form the drawing boards of Iain Oughtred, Francois Vivier and Roger Dongray, all of whom have contributed hugely to the idea that boats can be as individual (dare I say characterful?) as their builders. As well as his catalogue, Iain Oughtred has also produced a Boatbuilding Manual, both available here.
The categories aren't rigid - a tender may be used as a dinghy, a skiff as a cruiser, but I hope the groupings are more helpful than not
At the risk of stating the obvious, smaller dinghies which may have a simple sailing rig.
Boats up to about 5m whose primary mode is sailing. They are unballasted
Larger craft which are more burdensome or seaworthy than dinghies.
Lightweight and slim - but more seaworthy than you might think.