I originally developed the first of these PT boat plans to build my own Elco PT-109 similar to the 1:32 scale Lindberg plastic kit I had as a teenager. There is a series of pages on this website showing my slow, but steady progress of the RC PT 109.
The plan is intended for balsa construction and should not pose too big a task for someone with a couple of simpler boats under their belt.Balsa is inexpensive, light and require a minimal set of tools to build. I don't perceive the larger boat to be much harder than the smaller to build, but will cost a little more in materials.

The boat is a cabin cruiser of 47 foot and I am convinced that in the end becomes a great boat.
The build log and plans have been popular with visitors to this site and I've received requests for a larger, dual-motor option.Both these plans consist of two sheets. My son has courage is convenient and a good mechanic but there are probably many hours of work before he finished. A balsa hull will definitely be the lightest and potentially fastest, but the least durable.

The plans show a lot of detail, without being intimidating, and could produce a truly handsome boat.The two plan sets are available in a single zip file. For a single-motor setup, I'd consider up-sizing and centering the rudder for better control.

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