YOU CAN'T BUILD A BOAT IN 3 HOURS

The real goal was to build a plywood boat in two hours, really it took almost three. There is a second video called "Our Boat Sunk" that shows the boat trip before it sunk, and tells why it sunk.

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How I Build a Boat in One Week
Visit https://tinyurl.com/BestBoatPlans I was just like most of you when I began in the great hobby of building boats. My passion for Boats started as a young child. On my 12th birthday, my father took me to the tiny wood-shop behind our house. On the table was laying some type of a blueprint or plans for a project. He continued to tell me that this was my birthday present. Then he proceeded to explain that these plans would help us to build my first model boat... As my skills improved, now I can proudly say that I had completed my first plywood boat with the help of my best friend. 31 years later, I'm still building boats. And what I discovered was this: Building boats is not hard if you have a step-by-step approach to follow. Even if you've ZERO boat-building experience. These are the easiest models for beginners: plywood boat jon boat row boat fishing boat duck boat aluminum boat rowing boat sailing boat fibreglass boat small fishing boat drift boat stitch & glue boat More Boat Projects Here: https://tinyurl.com/BestBoatPlans





Building a boat 4.10m
Boot aus Sperrholz und Glasfaser 4.10 m lang und 80cm breit





How to Build a Boat out of Plywood (15 ft, 4.5 m Dinghy)
I built this 15 ft or 4.5 meter dinghy or fishing punt in 2010 in the Philippines. The video describes every single step until the boat is in the water. The purpose of this boat was to bring me out to the reef for diving and snorkelling. I put an 8 HP outboard engine on it which was fine but the boat can also take a bigger one, maybe 15 HP or so. You need about 4-5 sheets of plywood to build it. About 10mm for the bottom and 6.5 mm for the sides. The plan for this boat was downloaded from the internet.





Time Lapse: i550 Sport Boat built with WEST SYSTEM Epoxy
Time lapse video captures WEST SYSTEM Technical Advisors and company founders Meade & Jan Gougeon building in an i550 sport boat in Bay City, Michigan. This boat will compete in the Everglades Challenge. Actual time to build: approximately 700 man hours.




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