6 hours ago
Reader JotM came back with an answer in a flash.... pulling his comment over to the front page "The boat in the first clip is a "Lelieschouw", the first one-design in use with the Dutch Sea Scouts. The first one was commissioned in 1949. In 1955 it's successor, the "Lelievlet" was introduced. While only about 80 of the first were build there are now about 1600 of the latter. http://nl.scoutwiki.org/Lelieschouw http://nl.scoutwiki.org/Lelievlet Both are just about indestructible.
TOH to reader JotM for the insight!(According to Wikipedia, The etymology of the word 'scow' is from the Dutch word 'schouwe'.)
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