German Small Steel Boat Plans

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by mtumut, Sep 3, 2009.

  1. mtumut
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    mtumut Junior Member

    I am looking for German small steel boat plans. Smaller and cheaper is the best. I hope You can find.

    Thank you ,

    Mustafa Umut Sarac
     
  2. mwatts
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    mwatts Martin

    Define "small" and "cheap".
     
  3. wardd
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    wardd Senior Member

    in German, that would be the Bismark
     
  4. mwatts
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    mwatts Martin

    Well I hope that anything he builds lasts longer than Bismarck (about 9 months) :D
     
  5. mtumut
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    mtumut Junior Member

    Give me a list of German steel boat stock plans sellers and I would be happy to visit their websites. Small steel boat term does not change from man to man. I am looking for a boat shorter than shortest steel boat of Robersts.
    Price must be cheaper than Roberts and must be German.
     
  6. SamSam
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    SamSam Senior Member

    Mustafa, long time no hear! How goes it?

    I don't think anyone makes steel boats as small as you want so there probably isn't any plans available. But then again, you don't say what size you're talking about. Without any numbers, the term 'small' or 'big' does change from man to man. Ask any woman. :)

    Also, why do they have to be German? Why not Chinese?
     

  7. Morro
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    Morro Junior Member

    Since you want to cross an ocean in a 4' (!) boat (other thread); just get a German fridge, remove the shelves, remove the door or make sure you can open it from inside the "boat", and launch it. Auf Wiedersehen!
     
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