Plans for 12ft clinker dinghy, similar to 8ft 'Squardon'.

by John. C
(Australia)

Does someone know where I can get some plans for a 12ft clinker dinghy?

Similar to the lines of the 8ft "Squadron"

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Sep 02, 2012
Woodenboatstore
by: Bobby

Try the woodenboatstore.com they have a broad selection of plans. Ian Oughtred's among others.
http://www.woodenboatstore.com/category/plans:_boatbuilding






Aug 26, 2012
Boat plans
by: Brian

http://www.boatdesigns.com at Glen-L

Good, simple plans and construction, with help when it's needed.





Aug 17, 2012
Francois Vivier
by: Keith

No experience with Francois Vivier’s plan yet but he has some great designs and the plans are extremely comprehensive.

A beginer can build like a pro with the detail in his plans and patterns.






Aug 16, 2012
Danish and Norwegian double enders
by: Keith


Petter, I just got back from atrip to Tananger Norway.

I love the Danish and Norwegian double enders.

I have never seen or heard of this site till now.

Thank you so much for posting it.

My dream retirement build is the Ian Oughtred Eun Na Mara.






Aug 16, 2012
Swedish Plans
by: Petter

There is a Swedish older man who make plans of older wooden clinker boats.

You can see and order them on his site batritningar.se

However, these are mostly Swedish east coast built boats.






Aug 16, 2012
Acorn
by: Mark

Oughtred's Acorn is indeed a good choice and probably the best for a new builder.

Gartside has a similar 12' dinghy but I would say a bit more challenging.

It was designed to put boat school students through thier ,paces.







Aug 15, 2012
Ian Oughtred Plans
by: Keith

Ian Oughtred's catalogue is in the wooden boat store site.

He has some of the most beautiful designs out there with the Acorn skiff and others.






Aug 14, 2012
Dinghy Plans
by: Mike

This dinghy was built using plans from Gartside Boats.

Some of the best looking plans that I have seen are by Francois Vivier.

One of his ‘Ilur’ designs, has recently been built in Ireland.

There are also some free boat plans that might be worth having a look at, however they usually require a lot of careful lofting to avoid costly mistakes.

Jordan Boats do plans and kits for Iain Oughtred designed Plywood clinker boats.

Their ‘St Ayles Skiff’ has become very popular among skiff rowing communities such as Scottish Costal Rowing.

There are other sources of plans, the ones I've mentioned above are just some that seem to me to good quality and more or less what you seem to be looking for.





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