A number of small boat enthusiasts that have read the Creeksailor book have asked about the sail plan and various dimensions of Huffler, the boat that I explored every nook and rill of the Blackwater in. Its taken ages to find this as it was on an old SD card somewhere but as promised here is the original rough draft of her rigging and sail plan. It is in Jpeg image form only but is easy to download and study at your leisure. I will upload a few detailed images of the bowsprit, sails and cockpit layout if needed as and when I find them but anything in particular just or email me or leave a comment as others may be of help to.
To get you on the water, to go creeksailing, there is no need to spend more than a few thousand quid at most but if you happen to be considering a shipmate - the boat sits high on the list of no-nonsense, honestly affordable (2K-ish), low maintenance, bags of fun creek-crawlers that actually sail rather well too, a couple have even circumnavigated the UK, and they benefit from sitting upright in mud. The basic boat can also be readily adapted to suit your own needs at little expense. I had a great time with mine and heartily recommend them, particularly if you want to go "ankle deep".. Good sailing, Tony