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By pnelson - Posted on 21 October 2007

Wooden boat plans from various sources on the web:

  • Atkin & Company - Many older plans, sail and power for traditional building methods
  • Duckworks Boat Plans - Many designers with free boat plans included
  • Glacier Boats - Great Alaskan 26, similar to Tolman Jumbo but longer and larger
  • Glen-L.com - Plans, materials and books, Glen-L has been around for a long time. They have a wide range of designs.
  • Svensons.com - Remember all those boat plans in old magazines? Well, they're all here. They may look dated and they are but they are also free.
  • ClarkCraft.com - Large collection of plans for all kinds of boats, they also have materials and other resources.
  • BoatDesign.net - Huge collection of links, articles and resources. Great list of boat plan links including free boat plans.
  • BruceRoberts.com - One of the first collections of plans for home builders. I'd still like to build a Spray and the Tom Thumb is one I'm looking at too.
  • Complete plans and photos for the Portuguese Dinghy
  • Swan Boat Design - Small skiff designs
  • Thomas J. Hill - Long Point Skif and other small boats

If you have other good sites we should list, post them as comments and we'll add them.

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Vivier Designs, French

Plans of authentic and seaworthy classic boats, from the maritime history to today use,designed to be built either with traditional or modern techniques. Thousands of beautiful boats already built by amateur or professional boatbuilders. More than 50 boat plans available. Detailed plans, with comprehensive building instructions, full scale patterns or kits,for easy construction by home builders.

The French wooden boat and classic yacht design specialist.      

http://www.vivierboats.com/

One of my favorites is http://intheboatshed.net/ and maybe this is the right time to post my own blog of my restoration of an Atalanta26 that I would like to link to your blog. http://salizanda.blogspot.com/

Peter

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