Plans to build the 14' MaxiMiss Ultralight Boat

The MaxiMiss is a 5 plank bateau dory of the type originated in colonial times in New England. Back in those days there was no plywood so the 5 plank bateau offered a moderate beam in a boat with the available lumber and the fewest number of joints, so the lowest probability of leaking. Bateaus were the standard boat of America in the Revolutionary war days. That famous painting of Washington crossing the Delaware river should probably have shown him in a bateau. Bateau is simply French for "boat". The modern 5 plank bateau is easily built of plywood by the stitch and glue construction method. You can row it or tack on a mini gasoline or electric trolling motor.

MaxiMiss Ultralight Boat

MaxiMiss Ultralight Boat Wooden Boat Plans



Free Study Plans for the MaxiMiss Ultralight Boat

Our study plans are two of the actual construction drawings. They're not enough information for you to build the boat, but they do give you the overall boat size, shape and construction methods. This is a pdf file readable with the free Adobe Acrobat pdf file reader.

Download Free Study Plans for the MaxiMiss Ultralight Boat



Purchase Construction Plans for the MaxiMiss Ultralight Boat

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Electronic Construction Plans for 14' MaxiMiss

Imperial (feet and inches) only
Downloadable PDF Plans

US$ 54.99

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Printed Construction Plans for 14' MaxiMiss

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Paper Plans Mailed to You

US$ 63.99

+ Shipping ($6 USA, $22 International)


Mail, Phone or FAX Ordering Electronic or Printed Plans

If you wish to receive printed plans, or wish to pay by check, money order or credit card by mail, phone or FAX, just download the pdf order form and price list by clicking on the image below.

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Building an ultralight stitch-and-glue Boat

About Ultralight Stitch and Glue Boats

The Stitch and Glue boat construction technique, evolving over past thirty years or so, was simultaneously developed by a number of innovative boat designers. The technique resulted in simple, easily built boats with beautifully sweeping lines and light, tough construction. These plans include all dimensions for all parts of the boat and easy to follow instructions for assembling the parts. These boats go together without any jigs or fixtures, so anyone can build one in your garage or back yard. Many are little more than a dozen to twenty hours of work.

 


 

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