I am still discovering things in my boat once in awhile that startle me a little in how clever, useful, or well thought out they are. This has prompted me a couple of times to research the designer whose name plate is on the boat, a naval architect by the name of Pieter Beeldsnijder. I am amazed at the vast number of boats that one man in one life can be involved in.
I have noticed that there are many on this forum that seem to like looking at pictures of boats as much as I do. If you are one of those, I highly recommend that you do a google search for Pieter Beeldsnijder and then click on one of the top choices that is 'images for Pieter Beeldsnijder. I am not sure I could make a link work.
Plan ahead by stockpiling provisions as you could spend days gawking at this array. While he primarily worked in steel boats like mine, there is even a woody or two in the portfolio.