Boat Plans & Kits

If you are a designer who offers plans, or kit boats, we invite you to enter your information in the Directory of Boat Plans & Kits. There is no charge! This is for boats of ANY hull material. And if you’re in the market for a boat to build, this is a fine place to start.


835 results for All Boat Plans & Kits


Bruce Roberts-Goodson
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Spray 55 - STEEL PLANS & FRAME PATTERNS Many examples of this design can be found cruising in various parts of the world. Specially designed for Multi Chine Steel Construction.

16' Pearl by Anders Boats

Tim Anders
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The 16′ Pearl is truly a boat that will make you say “WOW!” Enjoy the the smooth ride of this 30 degree deep-vee hull commonly only found on large performance boats, all at a fraction of the cost.

This easy to construct boat will give...

Pelicano Shrimper

Sam Devlin
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The drawing board of Sam Devlin has created another winner. The Pelicano Shrimper is an excellent choice for anyone who wants to maximize practicality in an 18' 4" package. The design has a small cabin forward, with enough space for a v...

Quattro 16

Woods Designs
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a 16ft ply/epoxy beach cat available as plans from the designers or from Wooden Boat magazine

Pulling Boat, LIZ

Ken Bassett
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Elegant, high-performance, sliding-seat pulling boat designed to mitigate the speed-robbing pitching associated with some sliding-seat craft.
Construction: Lapstrake planked over steamed frames.
Alternative construction: Cold-molded,...

24' Sloop, Amphibi-ette

Mt. Desert Yacht Yard
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Intermediate to Advanced

This is a centerboard cruising boat for couples and small families. Lightweight and strong, it can be easily hauled with a trailer. Construction: Plywood topsides over bulkheads and stringers; strip planked bottom Lofting is required. Plans...


John C. Harris
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Our Skerry™ is that rare boat combining excellent rowing and sailing qualities into one attractive craft. Sail when there's wind, row when there's not. You'll cover the miles either way.