This is a model of one of Selway Fisher's most popular canoe designs - she was originally designed for a client in Australia who wanted a lightweight canoe to explore the outback with..
The Selway Fisher Little Kate open canoe is a modification of the classic John Rushton Wee Lassie design which he was producing over a hundred years ago.
The name 'Peterborough' was often used to describe any open Canadian type canoe but more especially those with a lightly rockered hull which had a moderate beam and some tumblehome.
This is the Selway Fisher version of an old favourite - the Prospector type open canoe. The original Prospectors were originally designed in Canada and known as the "workhorse of the North"
By popular request, we shortened the Selway Fisher 15’7” Raven to give a canoe easier to car-top on smaller vehicles.
This is a 1:10 scale model of Selway Fisher's Fanny the Fantail Launch which was designed for the Boatman magazine.
This is a steel multi-chine motor barge for use in the waters of the UK and Europe, crossing the Channel and exploring the rivers and canals of the European mainland.
This is a simple semi-scale Balsa model based on the Selway Fisher Power 225 aluminium 22' power cruiser
Although this model may be built using plank over frame (Balsa or thin plywood), the principle method of construction shown on the drawings is for stitch and tape (tack and tape).
This is a 1:15 scale working model of one of Selway Fisher's latest designs - a 25' Slipper Launch along the lines of the traditional Thames type.
24’6” Snipe Double Model Runabout
A 1:12 scale working model of a Selway Fisher classic design based on the 1930’s style double cockpit runabouts with centrally mounted engine.
The Edwardian 26' was designed by Selway Fisher in the early 1990's for a local client who wanted her to cruise the Kennet & Avon on.
The 17'9" Indian Runner was designed by Paul Fisher of Selway Fisher design in the early 1990’s to offer maximum carrying capacity for a reasonably sized steam plant or electric drive and batteries on a small and attractive launch
The 22' Ruby launch was designed as a solution for those steam boat enthusiasts who wanted to get their steam plant onto the water quickly without going to the extent of building a strip planked hull
The 13' Felix was the very first steam launch designed by Paul Fisher of Selway-Fisher Design and several have been built all round the world. She was originally designed to take a small Stuart Turner steam engine but several have been fitted with electric and diesel engines.
This is a simple semi-scale Balsa model based on the Selway Fisher
This is a 1:10 scale model of one of Selway Fisher's most popular designs - originally designed for Paul Fisher himself, she has been built all over the world in both plywood and Cedar strip plank.
The 20' Skipjack is one of Selway Fisher's latest designs and is based on the small single chine 'V' bottomed fishing boats that developed around Martha's Vineyard and the Gulf of Mexico in the 1880's.