Sail Boat Plans - Biloxi Dinghy Sail Boat, Build A Sailing-Rowing Dinghy, and more
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Bonnie is the neat little shoal draft plywood sloop shown being lowered into the water on the Old Boats home page.
Dance over the water with this nifty little number. Conga is both spirited and stable. At 12' with both a jib and a main, she promises to make a great trainer for the novice.
Coot Cheasapeake Bay Sharpie
Coot is a throwback to the days when sharpies dominated the Chesapeake Bay. With her raking masts and "clipper" bowsprit, she also suggests the lines of the larger Skipjacks and Pungies that once plied the Bay.
Corky Sailing Speedster
An 18 foot sailing speedster that is an ideal project for the novice to build. It's comfortable, roomy, and does well in rough weather.
Plywood multi chine sailboat plans. Trailerable family T800 class sailboat design for amateur boatbuilders. Published in "Power & Sail Boats" magazine. All drawings and specs in a zip file.
Puddle Duck Racer
The PDRacer is a one design racing sailboat that is basically a plywood box with a curved bottom, and is the easiest boat in the world to build. It's made from 2 sheets of plywood, Titebond II glue, and latex house paint.
Tiny Bear Plywood Scow
Tiny Bear is a 10' plywood scow designed by J. Julius Fanta that weighs in at only 70 lbs. Primarily intended for youngsters sailing on protected waters, grown-ups can find plenty of excitement sailing this fast little craft as well.
Falcon Centerboard Sailboat
The Falcon is a small, speedy, sportsy 18' sailboat which handles well. If possible, choose white oak for all framing members.
Pilgrim 590 Sailboat
An eye-catching watercraft designed by Albert Nazarov & Maxim Kovalyov. All drawings and specs in a single zip file.
Snorky 14' Catboat
The Snorky (not snarky) one of the simpler sailing craft to build. Few tools are required and plywood could be substituted for the planked bottom.
Splinter was meant to appeal to the sailing competitor. At 20' with only a 3' beam and a 20" x 24" cockpit, crew had to use springboards to balance the sails.
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