The idea for this pram came to me as I sat in the shade beside the dock of a small Breton port in late summer. A small boy not much older than my six-year-old son was playing in a round-bilged little simulated clinker pram; he was an expert at rowing and sculling and he seemed to be having a grand time.
This boat has low freeboard and holds only one person. Build it using these free instructions.
This boat is the only one with a flat bottom, flat sides and flat transoms. Ekstock is Swedish for punt, literally oak log. So the boat is a traditional Scandinavian punt.
This is a one sheet version of the punt, adjusted to be made of just one sheet of plywood. As it happens, the boat scales down very nicely. The overall shape is conserved beautifully. Both length and beam are 3/4 of the original, so the L/B ratio is the same, about 2.2.
This Dory boat design is basically just like any 18 ft x 4 ft banks type dory.Free plans at the link.
This is a very nice but simple skiff, made out of two sheets of 1/4 inches or 3/8 inches plywood. This skiff is heavily based on my Portuquese Style Dinghy.
This is an easy start for boat building. A very simple made out of simple materials, using a simple construction method and just the basic tools.
A sampan boat is typical to South East Asian countries, where many seemingly different boat types in several countries appear under the same common name. Sampan literally means three planks.
Not a lot if instructions but this boat is built using one sheet of plywood and there is a plywood layout at the link.
The Admirals Hat – A one sheet navy admirals hattorious hatship. Build it using these free woodworking plans.