These RC boat plans are meant for scratch building radio controlled boats mainly from balsa and with a minimum of tools required.
This RC boat plan is the first of a series I've decided to develop primarily with beginners in mind. I'm currently in the process of writing build logs and instructions to help the novice and to clarify the intent of the plans. The design makes an interesting project for the amateur builder as the construction method is not difficult. To further lower the threshold to get into this amazing hobby I decided to lay the plan sheets out on regular office size paper.


It's always difficult to convey all little nuances on the plans alone, although a lot is there and if you've built some models before, you may not really need much help. The sides can be planked in either lapstrake (Plank Overlap) or carvel ( planks butted along their edges) systems. This should keep your printing cost to a minimum.As a result the plan set is laid out on seven sheets total in PDF format. A list of the logs can be found at the bottom of this page as I complete them.The hull design follows that of the PT 109 I developed earlier.
From my own experience and the feedback I've received, it seems to be a very easy and straight-forward way to build with good results.The seven-sheet plan set are available in a single zip file.


The Dory 14 is a row boat, but the plans show an alternative transom for an outboard up to 5 hp. When printing ISO sizes, make sure to print the sheets "full size", as selected in your printer driver.Picture below shows sheet two through four.




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