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Paddlinglight is publishing a series of digitised plans for building cedar strip versions of well known traditional kayaks and canoes.
Italians race development class of boats limited only by sail area and length limited by the standard (in Italy) 3.1m sheet of ply.
Free plans for a very simple 14ft stitch and glue skiff drawn by myself (Gavin Atkin) and named after my mother.
Free plans for a very simple 12ft stitch and glue skiff drawn by myself (Gavin Atkin) and named after my daughter, Ella. An easy to build light-weight 15ft 6in rower suitable for use on lakes and rivers, perhaps for exercise rowing but also usable for picnics on the river, fishing and the rest.
Plans for two boats - one extraordinarily beautiful, the other an extraordinarily eccentric racer. A nicely-built example of my Cinderella canoe, adapted for rowing with some neat outriggers made from ply. Free designs for a very sweet ply camp-cruiser for one, or a cat-rigged sailing dinghy for more. Not really about free boat designs - though there might be some later - but a new blog about boat restoratons, traditional boatbuilding, and traditionally-derived boats. Try our customised Google search designed to eliminated all the irrelevant junk you sometimes get!
A little open-canoe for paddle-savvy kids who love the water, and aren't nervous in a tippy boat!
I like this one from an old American magazine - built with some of the right period details, it could be a real head-turner.
Square Metre Sharpie - one of the more obvious European developments from the North American sharpie working boats. Tonight, I’ve finally managed to find some time to make a little more progress on the plans for the stitch and glue flat bottomed Ella rowing skiff.


Prospective builders should be aware that I am not a qualified naval architect and that my plans are amateur and experimental. I would also ask builders that if any coordinate creates a line that does not appear as it does in the drawings to contact me immediately. Finally, if after all this you are still interested in building this small, simple and perhaps elegant little boat, I would strongly suggest that you build a model first! Have you got news for us?If what you're doing is like the things you read about here - please write and tell us what you're up to.
Classic Sailor is a new magazine about traditional and classic boats from ex-Classic Boat editor Dan Houston and colleagues that promises rather more coverage of the traditional craft around our coast.
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Follow me on TwitterLooking for something?This is a busy weblog, and what you're looking for is probably still here - just a little way down the list now. Our Faversham-based friend Alan Thorne can help with boatbuilding projects - constructing to plans in very tidy stitch-and-glue or more traditional techniques. Below and right is an example by Bill Martin but using strip plank construction - a curve was put through the points on the moulds normally used for clinker ply. That's very simliar to one of the plans I've had for a while now and just haven't gotten around to building. If looks really don't matter, Jim Michalak has a number of plywood rowboat designs (some of them are not ugly, actually). 65lbs, 600lb capacity, easily buildable in two or three weeks for just a few hundred dollars .
The website's in Italian, but has lots of pictures and best of all one of the builders and racers has published plans for their boat - and it's a lot like a large sailing Mouse, such as the Eek. Most are in the UK, but we will include some US material, not least because the author is an enthusiast for American boat types.


We now have four drawings to show where the panels that make up this stitch and glue-built boat fit on three 8 by 4ft sheets and one 4ft by 4ft sheet of ply; and we have four tables of coordinates to enable builders to markout and finally cut out their material, create the necessary taped or butt-strapped joints  before beginning assembly. That way lies sticky madness, strange-shaped boats and epoxy glop that won’t go off, as at least some people have found in the past. I accept no responsibility for any injury or loss arising from building or using this boat and I urge builders and users of this boat to do so with care. You may have found an error, and will need corrected measurements to be able to go forward. Try scrolling down, clicking on the 'older posts' button at the bottom of this page - or try the search gadget! To get WoodenBoat delivered to your door or computer, mobile device of choice, etc, click WB Subscriptions.
It's been going on for years apparently, but I've only just learned about it from Frank Baldry of the UK HBBR.
It may be rowed but should not be used with an outboard of any kind unless the stern is doubled and otherwise reinforced.
This boat is not designed to hydroplane and should not be made to do so – far too many fatal accidents occur each year beause some bozo thought it was fun or safe to put a large engine on a boat for which it was not designed.
Especially with the first few boats built, I will want to be in close touch in order to ensure the boats are successful and the plans cause no problems.



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