The Clyde puffer is a small steamboat which provided provisions and trade link around the west coast and Hebrides islands of Scotland. Cooling for the motor and speed controller is from a battery powered pump run through a 30 Amp speed controller to give variable speed, water is draw from the bottom of the hull and passes through the speed controller, motor and exits the hull on the upper port side towards the stern. The is a scratch build project that I have not finished, hull is complete and superstructure is in place - just needs detailing.
The set up pull 16 Amps at full speed and the battery will last more than 30min with good throttle management. I used a CNC machine to cut out the hull formers for this project - a short video of the CNC machine in action is Here - pretty boring if you have seen a CNC machine before, pretty interesting if you have not. The Ship uses two 540 brushed motors with twin 220 Amp speed controllers with forward and reverse. Click on the thumbnails for the RC ship plans for the Hermes Deep Sea Salvage Tug or Hochsee Bergungsschlepper.
This was the difficult part - because there are no real plans the superstructure was build from what limited drawings and pictures I could find from the net. You can see from the pictures that there are twin speed controls, both rated at 220 Amps - I have decided not to use any water cooling on this ship as after repeated tests I can not get the motors or speed controls to get as hot as they do when used in my RC big foot pickup after a good run - I hope this the correct decision. The steering servo has been sealed in place with low temp glue stick paste to stop any moisture ingress if the rudder shaft should leak. The Deck is made from cheap 3mm ply - the planks drawn on with a pencil then scored over with a stylus. To give a traditional built feel to the hull, the gunwale and buttocks (of the ship) where given a veneer of hardwood so it was hard to tell the the ship was not completely made from wood.
The extended keel is a 10mm x 75mm x 660mm piece of steel running the full length of the bottom of the hull - it weighs about 4 kg - this is enough ballast to enable the ship to remain upright with wind in the sails. The sails where made from a nylon material which was cut and sewn to shape by a fierce lady and hand sewn into place by my totally unsuitable fat fingers - the fierce one had had enough and I thought it better not to ask her to help anymore. Here is a short clip of the first test in a lake and the video clip on the right is a lesson in using cheap battery connectors - 100m out and the controls go dead and when rescued the connector given the magic wiggle and all working. RC Ship Plans and RC Boat Plans for download free - a collection of free ship plans for model ship and model boats that I have built. Not really a ship but many Ships have Lattice Boom Cranes on deck - especially construction barges and all Dockyards have a crawler crane. The Jack Up Crane Barge has Legs with a Pin system to provide additional stability during lifting. The plans are in AutoCAD format, copied in Adobe PDF format for those model Engineers who do not have access to AutoCAD Software.
Listed below are a selection of free plans to download - I have not made any of these models (yet) but the plans seem to be reasonable and enough detail to make a good model ship on the first attempt. A great set of plans over 60 pages with instructions for a Paddle Steamer Tug Boat - a comprehensive set of plans with good detail. Designed in the office of Tabor Sea in Gdansk, she was built by the Gdansk Repair Shipyard.
If it's not you, and it's not public domain, then posting plans is a violation of copyright.
Location: New York That plan is one from the Smithsonian's collection of plans, maintained by the History of Technology Division of the National Museum of American History. Location: Sweden I can agree with marshmat and Robert but I have two questions regarding this.
Are designers today exposed to the same problem as the "problem of illegal downloading" as the music or film industry?
Location: Cathlamet, WA Where is the proof that Chapelle got permission to draw those lines etc.
Originally Posted by Gilbert Where is the proof that Chapelle got permission to draw those lines etc.


If it?s of interest to you read the notes that go with the source material for the drawings. Location: Eustis, FL Having met and discussed boat design at length with the very man that drew those plans I can assure you he didn't sneak around, pulling lines from vessels, by flashlight probably, in the middle of the night. His process was quite simple, to preserve the lines of types that would soon become extinct (his assumption, usually quite accurately so). I met him at the end of his life, when he wished he had more time to catalog the craft he felt he missed, but was no longer the man able to perform this task. Buy the plans Boreas, they're very inexpensive and he'd loved the idea they were doing what he hoped it would, spark interest in a type long gone. I said, ?He didn?t get permission but instead he snuck around in the middle of a moonless night and stole them.? and I thought it was extreme enough that nobody would take it seriously.
Location: Cathlamet, WA The point I tried to make was that Chapelle likely had no permission from the designer or the builder to make those drawings in most cases. Originally Posted by Gilbert The point I tried to make was that Chapelle likely had no permission from the designer or the builder to make those drawings in most cases. Location: Trondheim, NORWAY It's a complicated question with no simple answers.
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PLEASE ALWAYS USE THE LATEST VERSION WHICH WILL CONTAIN ANY CORRECTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN BROUGHT TO THE DESIGNERS ATTENTION. Download the Mk 2 Light Trow plans, and the model-making plans (making a model to be an important preparation for making this kind of boat).
I think this is a nice small open paddler, but bouyancy tanks or bags would be a essential if you’re going to do more than paddle in narrow rivers or small shallow lakes.
Boatbuilding plans for the Black Skiff have been designed and made available for free by Mark Wallace – he says all he asks for is to be given the credit for designing the boat. Mark ways she’s a strong light-weight boat loosely with strong links to Scandinavian types.
As my mind turns to building MY first boat during the winter months, I browsed and found many sites and such.
Glad to be of help Charli – which boat are you planning to build for your first boatbuilding project? I made the model last night but i am unsure on how it scales up, i downloaded the zip file and i am unsure on how to use your co-ordinates, please help! These small cargo ships where made popular by the short stories about the Vital Spark and her captain Para Handy.
As with previous model boats I have made, the plans where taken from a paper model ship, enlarged and adapted to make a rough set of plans to work from. A little bit of overkill but I would rather be looking AT extra Amp rating that looking FOR extra Amp rating. The initial tests for floatation and balance where carried out on the hull with all drive and radio equipment fitted - a brief test of the propulsion system revealed a very powerful RC ship which is very fast in the water - I think I will have to make something for it to tow to be able to make use of the available power. A bit of artistic licence has been used to get around a couple of problems and avoid remaking after making a couple of silly mistakes.
They sell copies at a very reasonable price and it would be both safer and more polite to buy a set instead of using a photocopy. Is a copyright valid forever, or is it like the music buisness, something like 50 years after the rightholders death. What aould be the legal consequece if you build a boat after someones drawings without paying a royalty?


It contains the known background and written interviews with the owner and other interested parties.
He was a unique work of art, a true artist, historian, fine draftsman, builder and yacht designer.
They’ve been chosen because they are derived from traditional boats, or in some cases simply for their usefulness.
Note the near complete lack of wake, which should indicate that the boat’s working efficiently. The plans are not likely to be the easiest for first-time boatbuilders to follow, but it would be well worth picking the required skills up by reading one of the classic books on this kind of boatbuilding. She proven to be an excellent rower, has a capacity of four adults and has a flat bottom for easy beaching.
If not, if you know someone with some background in maths should be able to sort it out for you using pencil and paper. After a couple of coats of stain, a selection of 'planks' are given extra coats to give individual coloring to enhance the planked affect. The steel ballast is a compromise on the scale lines of the bottom of the hull but without the additional ballast the ship would have no chance of sailing and would turn over in the lightest of breeze due to the large amount of sail area. I think there is no copyright on plans held by the Smithsonian but I think the book you copied from does have a copyright held by W.W.
Is it legal to create and build a "replica" built on limited information like a line drawing found on internet?
In fact there is a published book that details how to document historic boats and what paperwork needs to be prepared and also covers the necessary permissions.
It was also his hope, that his drawings (generally, not a complete plan set, but enough for an experienced builder or designer, needing reference material) would continue to foster recreations, evolutions of the type, restorations and reproductions.
He took liberties, at times, a lot of heat over the USS Constellation (he was right after all, long before anyone would admit it publicly) was an opinionated, stubborn and grouchy individual, but I loved him, just because he wouldn't conform, if for no other reason (it was the late 60's and non-conformity was a thing for me at the time). People that work hard to document old designs before they vanish are normally paid by museums. The coordinates are pairs of numbers, as you'll have noticed, and each pair defines a particular single point on the ply. There are a lot of points to plot, and when they have been plotted, you have to join the dots to make a complete drawing, as it were. This work is usually paid for by a grant from someone and the paperwork to document both the boat and the use of the money is beyond belief. He thought I was a brash young pup, that needed a good *** whipping, though he liked my sailing skills, particularly against the blue bloods. So it make sense to buy plans from the museum, even if it's just for the wall in your workshop. I live on a river that empties into the Matagorda bay, here in Texas, and the wind blows regular like crazy. Now you still can see them as a pleasure craft.The model plans are very clear and just made for scale modelling. I might also add that some things aren?t copyrighted and old boats aren?t likely to have been copyrighted at all.
As far as i see, you can even print the plans on A4s… The plans are suitable for RC model boat building.



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