Before the flood did its job on us, I had been working privately on a new design for my own use. She was to be the same size as Phoenix III and First Mate but was to be slightly higher in freeboard, have a rectangular centreboard to allow a forward rowing station in addition to the midships thwart, and to be of a shape which is suitable for both glued-lapstrake and strip-planking. The rigs from the original two boats would work, but I wanted to use an un-stayed gaff-headed cat with a small (optional) jib set flying.
This hull shape has less bearing aft than the other two, so it won't be necessary to pay lots of attention to sailing her flat - she should balance quite well at significant angles of heel. In fairness, Phoenix III is pretty good in this regard anyway.
Work was interupted by the floods, but here is a rough drawing for the sake of interest.
The boat is shown with a vertical transom in the drawing, and with five planks of lapstrake or batten-seam (or stitch-and-glue) planking. The final design (if ever finished) might well have a raked transon - say 10 degrees - and would also has a set of lines showing a completely round hull for those who may wish to build strip-planked, cold-moulded, or lapstrake with a larger number of planks. The cut-away forefoot is to make planking with wide strakes easier.
Dimensions to the inside of the planking are 4610mm/15'1-1/2" length x 1373mm/4'6" breadth and a total of 104 sq.ft of sail including the flying jib.