Canoe & Kayak Boat Plans
Purchase any of the plans listed below OR purchase our PLANS Buyer's Guide & Directory which includes all the CANOE, KAYAK and BOAT plans listed below AND MANY MORE.

One Ocean Kayaks plans are a product of professional CAD and Hull Design software, years of experience, prototype testing and hundreds of hours of computer time. With the exception of marking the station distances on the 'spine' you will NOT be measuring ANYTHING. These plans are designed so that you can have all forms precisely cut in about two hours and begin with your kayak construction.

Nimrod Canoe - A Geodesic Airolite boat consists of a simple, lightweight, wooden framework, braced with triangulated Kevlar® roving strands. This rugged basket-like frame is then covered with tough heat shrink aircraft type Dacron® that is sealed with paint, varnish or an iron-on Mylar film. The skin may be left translucent or finished in a color.

6 Hour Canoe - Building the Six-Hour Canoe is a wonderful way to get afloat. Quickly and simply built, the Six-Hour Canoe is suitable for builders and paddlers young and old.

Inexpensive to build, using common tools and materials, it can give almost anybody access to boat building and to a boat. The Six-Hour Canoe is constructed from a single 4' x 16' sheet of marine plywood and a few pieces of dimensional lumber. When constructed with epoxy-glued seams, it remains leak free from the moment it is put in the water.

Sweet Dream - Build the canoe of your dreams in about 60 hours with no prior boat building experience! Dimensioned hull plans for 12, 13 and 14-foot versions, detailed building sequence, tips and techniques for painting and varnishing, and hard-to-find background and reference material.

Sweet Dream is easily and quickly built using hand and basic electric tools. There probably is no quicker way to build an all-wood canoe.

PIROGUE/CAJUN SKIFF Unreal maneuverability and speed under paddle power - shallow draft and quick handling mean you can get into the tightest spots

BULLFROG  Curves this smooth and graceful can only be achieved with strip construction.  The decking detail is simple, yet adds nice finish. The floor strips are veneered over the ply for appearance, this is an optional item.

The Darkwater Skiff is named for the deep black waters of SC, such as the Edisto River, which run through rich organic soils and abundant cypress knees.   This style of skiff has been proven in the Carolinas for years and is popular for lakes, backwaters and coastal use.  This skiff is designed for very heavy commercial or recreational use...there are easier skiffs to build, but they do not compare in durability and performance. 

Gator Boat Very portable for one man, seat removes - The smooth lines make this model very maneuverable, while the flat stern adds stability.  Seat adjusts on rail to allow you to properly distribute your weight

Steady boat, good for a wide
variety of water and uses

 

Very stable for size, good alternative
to tippy canoes for fly fishing
and casting

Nice flatbottom design, exterior
skids add durability

Skiff with power optionThe Weekend Skiff - Building the Weekend Skiff is a fun way to spend a weekend and get an excellent small boat easily and inexpensively. The Weekend Skiff is designed for two adults or several children and can be adapted to sail or small outboard. It is a family project ideal for introductory boat building experiences. This book offers detailed plans and instructions

Dinghy Nymph - As this little dinghy took shape the subtle beauty of her lines emerged. One of the restrictions of building in plywood is its limited ability to take compound curves but, as we were to discover, this design is a pleasing blend of both form and function. 

Simmons Sea Skiff - Designed for the inlets, bars, and shoaling rips of the Carolinas, the lightweight V-bottom Sea Skiff used modest power to achieve fast, comfortable cruising speeds. For added safety, and ease of maintenance, the outboard motor was located in a well, inboard of the high, raking transom.

Moondance is a car-top, sleep-aboard, off-shore cruiser for two...honest! About fifty feet offshore that is, and in sheltered waters. Unless you're a complete idiot, you don't cruise Labrador, or cross Lake Superior in this boat. But the most interesting and beautiful cruising grounds are the shoreline of the lakes and bays an easy drive from where you live. You can launch Moondance almost anywhere, and camp on about any water you can see.

SteveMontana River Boat - These plans include drawings, tool and material lists, full sized patterns and written instructions for stitch-and-sew plywood-fiberglass construction. Stitch-and-Sew construction is well suited to the beginning boat builder. At approximately 275 lbs. for a finished 15' boat, plywood-fiberglass boats weigh less than most aluminum or molded fiberglass boats.

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