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Following are the stock plans available for the various types of boats, separated into the different categories. Many, like the Carolina dory, Midwestern drift boat or Pacific power dory are named after the areas where they were first developed. This doesn'' Cheyenne
14'' Tillamook
19'' Winchester

17'' Anacapa
23'' Sitka
32'' Pescadero
16'' Carolinian
20'' Key Largo
27'' Key West
55'' Alamitos
17'' Hatteras
22'' Chesapeke
24'' Bahia Mini Panga
14'' Robalo Junior Panga
18'' Quintana Wide Panga
21'' Ixtapa Super Panga
26'' Newporter
18'' Californian


Western Style Drift Boats

Midwestern Style Drift Boats

13'' Riverman
17'' Grander

13'' Canadian
15'' Yukon


Grand Banks Style Dories

Ultralight Stitch and Glue Boats

11'' Juneau
16'' Texan w/ Outboard Well
19'' Labrador w/ Sail Option

7'' Back Bay Pram
11'' Minuteman Row Boat
14'' Glousterman Rowing Dory
20'' Avila Garvey Dory
14'' Wye River Garvey Dory
19'' Puchie Special Garvey Dory
28'' Chalmette Micro-Skiff
16'' Endurance Fly-Fishing Flats Boat
18'' Bayou Jubilee Flats Boat
15-1/2 - 19'' Matagorda Flats Catamaran


Power Drift Boats & Surf Crashers

Other Small Boats

16'' Haystack Beach Surf Dory
19'' Glacier Bay Power Drifter
27'' Bolsa Chica Stand-Up Paddleboard
13'' Crawdad Jon Boat
13'' Cape Cod Row Boat
16'' Ablemarle Power Skipjack
24'' Tangier Chesapeake Deadrise

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22'' Marsh Rat Mini Duck Boat
16'' Capybara Duck Boat

11'' Walden - Row/Power Skiff
15'' Eloi Cajun Canoe
17'' Current River Youth Canoe
15'' Huntington Harbor (FREE!)
14'' Greenlander Stitch and Glue
15'' Wilamette River


Mullet Skiffs

St. Pierre Dories

19'' La Paz
27'' Newfie
32'' Lone Star


Larger Cruisers

Sharpie Sailing Dories

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40'' Cane River Semi Displacement Cruiser
32'' San Juan Double Ender (Coming Soon)
28'' Inagua
24'' Eleuthera

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About Dories

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Dories are one of the few hundreds of year old boat designs to have survived into the 21st century, and for good reason. Their sea keeping abilities, slippery shapes, extreme versatility, and ease of construction make them one of the best choices for a first-time or veteran boat builder looking for a great boat able to be built on a budget.

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for Dories began appearing over 200 years ago as small, light, versatile work boats ideal for fishing. They were easy to construct, easy to launch from the beach, easy to row or sail, and could haul a huge load of gear and fish. No one knows exactly where the design came from but many builders started constructing these boats on both sides of the Atlantic. In Europe dories were popular in Portugal, and in North America, Nova Scotia was the center of dory construction. Dories were used extensively to fish the Grand Banks, one of the most important cod fishing locales in the world at that time.

In 1876 a man named Alfred Johnson took a dare in a Gloucester, Massachusetts bar to single handedly sail across the Atlantic in an open dory. He chose a 20 foot dory which he named Centennial to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the United States that year. He fitted with sails and a centerboard, and on June 15th set off from Gloucester for England. He arrived in Liverpool on August 21st 1876 after crossing one of the most treacherous stretches of water in the world, the North Atlantic. He survived a major gale and some horrid seas in a flat bottomed, open boat with no flotation or self bailing decks!

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