nemo227: You see a lot of those McKenzie drift boats on the McKenzie River in
Oregon. They must be popular for a good reason.
walkertongdee: hey, I am a designer builder and just went to this mans site, He is the
real deal, check the site out he is a designer par excellance.
rangerbass519: Very nice. Ever think about making a bass boat plan?
swiFtey08: im starting building my 12ft flat bottern boat next week
Sarah B.: @ladder49isthebest1 lolololololol
Pedro Valle: thx for share
Joshua Milne: I'm on your website and I can't find any way of how to make a cabin cruiser
if also sighned in what do I do to find the plans do I have to buy them of
what? please help
Mark R: what boat is at 8:15 ?
PabloAlonzo48: Hello I hope this get to you if I sent you a couple of pictures could you
maybe design or help me design a boat I would like to build my own with a
twist any help would be very appreciated I would pay I'm not looking for a
hand out just some guides or advice thank you
yumyumsashimi: I would like to build a lightweight boat and just have a few question. Is
marine plywood nesessary? what hardware do you use for building? screws,
nails, stainless, brass or of the shelf home depot?
gary5209: Hey thank you for all the free information, God bless you man!!
harelipnoteeth: bitchin mustache!
Yoshij250GS: this video is a good example for what youtube is there for. ill defnetly
check out your webside^^
ArticCat4Life: im also going to be making this boat with my uncle who used to work in a
boat shop so he knows a fair bit about them
CedrikTheManiac00: nce boats man
ladder49isthebest1: i barfed at 2:42
Rotten622Pig: We built our Passagemaker without any past boat building knowledge. We
didnt use any specialized tools just a sander, some clamps and epoxy.
ronaldo silva: i love you i love you you are an angel
shrekomus: Thanks Sorry
orionz51: great boats & build plans!!
Jewels of Aloha eBoat Hawaii: Aloha, Fantastic Video! If you would like to see how we built one of Jeff's
Pacific Power Dory designs subscribe to our eBoat Hawaii Youtube station.
We plan on outfitting her with an electric outboard motor. You can learn
all about our Electric Hybrid Boat project on our Jewels of Aloha website
and on Facebook!!!
ArticCat4Life: my* design*
ladder49isthebest1: @SBAnimaniacs boat?theres a boat in that scene?
letsgobassfishin: i wanna build the one on 4:12 how much would it cost me?
Jack o'Mahony: how much would it cost to build the 16ft dory at 4:08 cost to build roughly
shortcut007: thanks dude your videos gave me a dream :D to build my own boat a big one
David Norris: great
Strelasundangler: nice video...
Dana Fuchs: youtube is for videos
c1vt3gr4: thank you very much, this helps very much.
Easy ToBuildBoats: Blueprints have their own language, so you just need to familiarize
yourself with construction drawings. There are many references online -
many on YouTube. Just do a search in the YouTube search bar for reading
xcantt0uchth1sx: 3:49 is awesomeness
Darth Belal: @tjkid07 don't belittle yourself. You've got some fine looking boats and
you obviously geared them towards those with modest woodworking skills. If
a boat looks good and does what you want it to do, what more can you ask of
it? BTW, I'm interested in your Glousterman dory, it seems the perfect boat
for what I want to do. Your dory plans are at 1/20th the price of CLCs
Annapolis wherry kit and that dory is better suited for what I have in
mind. Easy decision for me, dammit.
Christian Hache: Four fitty
John Conroy: @swiFtey08 how did it go?
bi21mac84: The intructions r free but the measurements are not
Easy ToBuildBoats: You're right - if you're a traditional craftsman with lots of specialized
tools and don't mind investing lots and lots of time. But if you're a
regular Joe with some basic tools, moderate skills and want to get it in
the water and having fun fairly quickly, these can't be beat.
ArticCat4Life: how much would it cost to make the 27' chubasco im 14 and want a boat for
myself i have been around boats and the water all my life because mt dad is
a lobster fishermen this desine i really like with the cabin and everything
EdmundSquid: Have you got oar plans as well???
Terry Dosher: i tried and built a perow which turn out to be fun but really hard. didnt
come out like the drawing i bought off line so if you have a one close
please point me in that way. i live in the south are gulf coast and would
love to have one that didnt throw me out.
SouthernCross33: @tjkid07 I don't agree with that statement. I've buit a kayak from CLC (not
a kit just plans) and did it with handtools,nothing specialized,all basic
handtools found in most ppl's sheds
Stephen F: How much would a 16ft oyesterman weigh?
Jack o'Mahony: Thanks for the reply, i ended up buying a boat instead of building one
because it would have cost me too much. Im only 15 so i dont have alot of
money to spend on a boat and the one i bought was bigger and made of
fiberglass so it would be stronger and it even came with a trailer. I still
would have loved to build a boat, maybe in the future :)
Sarah B.: @ladder49isthebest1 I imagine it didnt involve the boat...
Bryan7736: I tried to send you an E,mail but you did not get it could you give me your
E,mail address thank you.
shrekomus: Great Vid! I've been thinking of building a simple boat for myself. The
Newfie looks GREAT! Thamks Shrekomus
joey3847: I just want to say thanks to Mr. Spira and to recommend his boat plans. I
recently finished a Mission Bay stitch and glue boat from Spira
international and it turned out grate. It’s actually light enough for me to
solo portage and is still very safe.
Easy ToBuildBoats: That is an Oysterman Carolina dory. You can download the bill of materials
along with the study prints for free from the website link in the
description and check your local sources. You probably already have some of
Jordan Deans: Nice and goodluck :)
Cssfiend: @FreesWorld Stitch and glue is a method of attaching planking together
without the need for a frame, you drill holes and use cable ties of twists
of wire to hold the plywood together, then you just need one or two battens
to hold the boat 'open' while you glue or apply epoxy fillets in between
the fastenings. Then the fastenings can be removed and the whole seam can
be filled with epoxy, sanded and glassed.