NC Boatbuilder: Hank Bravo has just recently drawn plans for a 17' version. They can be found at tangoskiff.com
Barry Culloty: I wish there was a 17' model, that would be the one I would want to make, I could use a 15', but 17' would be better. What a great looking boat! I LOVE the chine, and the flotation/trim tabs of the rear end, VERY functional!
Ahmed Rizwan: good video
Sanderlei Haag: how can I get plans that tango Skiff XL point and Okoume Glue wooden boat. grateful.
Monroe Madison: Could you build something like this 20' X 8' with 1/2 plywood. Would it hold together if you were to put a 115 hp motor on the transom?
chehsin: i was hoping you would show step by step progress of the build :(
Serdar Usta: Is it possible to share the plan;?
davetileguy: I LOVE the zip ties that would be my idea also !
spydergs07: How did you get the front to curl upward?
Did you have to cut the front plywood into arches or when you pull the front in does it pull the front up?
Paul Sawyer: How hard would it be to shorten this boat to 9'0".
Daniel Pirela: Good day sir my name is daniel pirela wanted to do my own boat and I like the model, I wonder if you have plans and if you can them to me.
pickleme101: I have another small boat in process. What were the products used for the finish and or prep coat.
NC Boatbuilder: You can buy the plans from Hank Bravo at tango skiff.com! This video is of a Tango 14 which was built for a Nissan 9.8. Plywood thickness is 3/8" on hull and 1/2" on seats and bulkheads.
SouthernCross33: Finally a boat for stitch and glue that not only looks good but has a v bottom. Usually all i see is flat bottomed pounders. This may well be the design i will choose,i have to go and look at the site. well done and thanks
Leeso2011: Where can i buy the plans , i would be interested in building one of these
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