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Build your own 12' X 4' Simple Aluminum Boat (DIY boat plans+DXF files)

Discussion in 'Marketplace' started by Andrei Drozd, Sep 28, 2020.

  1. Andrei Drozd
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    Location: Voronezh

    Andrei Drozd New Member

    My brother designed this Boat using ideas from the many boats being used around.
    He wanted it to look great and easy to handle. Aluminium open dinghy with cross seats.
    Suitable rowing or with outboatd to 15 hp steering from back.
    Tough 2mm plate hull is easily constructed from plans.
    A very practical boat,with moderate deadrise on bottom.
    Ideally suited to bass fishing in inland waterways and for general pleasure use in sheltered waterways.
    Craft has an aluminium or plywood floor.

    Plans include:
    6 pages plans of boat parts
    16 pages of photos of boats and building
    DXF Files for cutting the top and bottom of the boat

    (Measurements in inches and millimeters)
    Length 3.6 m ( 141.7" )
    Width 1.3 m ( 51.1" )
    Height 0.4 m ( 15.1" )
    Weight 60 kg ( 132.2 lbs )
    Material: Marine aluminum
    Under the engine 10 -15 hp

    Build your own 12' X 4' Simple Aluminum Boat DIY | Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/577889824/build-your-own-12-x-4-simple-aluminum?ref=shop_home_active_2
     

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