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Plans & Kits
If you’re in the market for a boat to build, this directory of Boat Plans & Kits is a fine place to start. And if your company sells plans or kits, we invite you to list your offerings here. There is no charge for listing, but the featured boats must be built of wood. To refine your search of this directory, use quotation marks. If you search Nutshell Pram Kit, you’ll receive all the listings that include the words Nutshell, Pram, and Kit. To refine your search, enter “Nutshell Pram Kit”; you’ll then see only the results for Nutshell Pram kits.
Search Plans & Kits
To refine your search, add quote marks. If you search Nutshell Pram Kit, you will get all the listings which include Nutshell, Pram, and Kit. To refine, search “Nutshell Pram Kit” and you’ll see just Nutshell Pram Kit results.
Sailboats - Daysailers
This double-ended sloop combines genuine tradition and modern performance.
Construction: Glued-lapstrake plywood over laminated frames.
Lofting is required.
Plans include 4 sheets.
This is a larger version of my 28ft Gypsy sailing catamaran and is a 34′ offshore cruiser. It has essentially the same cuddy as Gypsy as that has proven a comfortable size for a couple and occasional guests.
Oar / Paddle
THALAS 13' draws inspiration from the Whitehall, the most classical American row boat of the XIX century but, thanks to the modern construction techniques, is much lighter and has different hull lines
Oar / Paddle
“Goldfish” is the slightly smaller version of our “Happy Hour” fishing kayak. Splicing of plywood sheets is not required as is the case with “Happy Hour”. All parts of the boat fit within the length of a standard sheet of 1/4″ (6mm) exterior grade plywood 8′x4′ (2.4x1.2m).
NEW - COASTER Trawler Yachts & Work boats Here are the first of a new range of Coastal Trawlers that can customized to suit your desires and particular requirements. All will be excellent sea boat
Motorboats - Outboard
LYS stands for Lumber Yard Skiff. These rugged flat bottom work skiffs were originally designed to be built using materials readily found in most lumber yards- underlayment plywood and spruce framing.