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Bateau.com is also a decent source of plans. Thanks for the source Stick, I'll add that to my library.
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Cool, thanks for the links.

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build the houseboat. sell the house and tools thats real retirement

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keep the tools....
boats always need fixing....

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Thanks Stick, when I was in high school my brother and I built a 12' runabout from plans like those and in my 20's I built 3 of the 8'and 10' car topper Prams from those very plans.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3H...w?pref=2&pli=1

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Thanks Stick, when I was in high school my brother and I built a 12' runabout from plans like those and in my 20's I built 3 of the 8'and 10' car topper Prams from those very plans.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3H...w?pref=2&pli=1

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so far it's been 3 canoes, 2 kayaks and 2 dingys...
all w/o glass work as they weren't intended for use but were props in a sports bar...
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so far it's been 3 canoes, 2 kayaks and 2 dingys...
all w/o glass work as they weren't intended for use but were props in a sports bar...
Mine were before Fiber glass and the largest OB motor at the time was 25 hp. We had a 3.5 hp. Firestone made by Scott Attwater,after we worked our way up to a motor from rowing all those year, we were really living high then. The prams were our duck hunting boats.

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Boat- a hole in the water into which you pour enormous sums of money.

Do any of you recall the story of the guy who built a boat in his basement and then had to tear out the door to get it out?
Sold my bass boat 10 years ago and never regretted it. My canoe hasn't been in the water in 5 or 6 years.

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at least that's better than having to rip out entire walls...

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