O

For longer boats, stations spaced 1100 until last at 1000 K->

1100

1132

1100

1132

1000

1000

SAWN TIMBER Including 25 % waste

  1. 3 m boat = 4400
  2. 4 m boat = 5500
  3. 5 m boat = 6600

NAILS : 3.35x65 - 1,5 kg BOLTS : 10 x 120 - 2 pieces with washers

SAWN TIMBER Including 25 % waste

NAILS : 3.35x65 - 1,5 kg BOLTS : 10 x 120 - 2 pieces with washers

25 x 150

50 x 100

5.5 m boat

40 m

7m

6.3 m boat

48

9

7.4 m boat

56

10

8.5 m boat

64

10

  1. 2 m boat - make 3
  2. 3 m boat - make 4
  3. 4 m boat and 8,5 m boat - make 5

50 X 100

25 x 150

50 X 100

25 x 150

  1. 2 m boat - make 3
  2. 3 m boat - make 4
  3. 4 m boat and 8,5 m boat - make 5

50x100

Nails 3,75x65 bent over

50x100

All boats - make 2

Building base must be level

Bolt to stake in ground or angle iron to floor

Nails 3,75x65 bent over

All boats - make 2

Plane the top edge straight Check with string and \

ruler

5,2 m boat

A =

3300

6,3 m boat

A =

4400

7,4 m boat

A =

5500

8,5 m boat

A =

6600

All boats

B =

875

Building base must be level

Bolt to stake in ground or angle iron to floor

How To Have A Perfect Boating Experience

How To Have A Perfect Boating Experience

Lets start by identifying what exactly certain boats are. Sometimes the terminology can get lost on beginners, so well look at some of the most common boats and what theyre called. These boats are exactly what the name implies. They are meant to be used for fishing. Most fishing boats are powered by outboard motors, and many also have a trolling motor mounted on the bow. Bass boats can be made of aluminium or fibreglass.

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