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Paddle Board 14-32
Paddle Board 14-32

 

Paddle Board 14-32

We received many requests for a very stable hull that has the safety attributes of a Sit On Top, is easier to build, and can easily be customized. We took advantage of the growing popularity of Stand Up Paddle Boards and developed a set of plans that are easy to build: The Paddle Board 14-32.

The hull bottom is flat for stability and minimal draft. The hull has minimal rocker to improve straight tracking. The assembly instructions detail how to add runners to improve tracking if desired.

We don't label this design a "Stand Up" hull because the ability to stand while paddling has as much to do with the boat as it does the paddler. However, this design will be VERY stable so if you have a good sense of balance, kneeling, standing, poling, casting, etc., should not be an issue.

With the flat deck and easy construction, a builder could add a seat, hatches, cooler, fishing rod mounts, etc. to suite their desires. The assembly instructions include a section about how to customize the hull with carrying handles.

 

The maximum recommended weight on board is 350 lbs [158k]. The hull could accept 400 lbs [181k] on board but maneuverability and control will begin to decrease.

Specifications

Overall Length

14'
4267

Max. Beam

32"
813
Height bow/mid/stern
10/6/6"
254/152/152
Estimated weight
49-59 lbs.
22-27 k
Max. recommended weight on board
350 lbs.
158 k

*Weight of hull: Hull weight will depend on skill of the builder and chosen build materials. Achieving the lowest overall weight will require the best materials and a highly skilled builder.

Always wear your Personal Floatation Device!

 

Material Build List

Plywood: 3/16" (4 mm)

4 sheets

Epoxy Resin

2.25 Gallons [8.5 L]

Fiberglass Cloth, 4-ounce, 38" wide [113 g/m2 x 970] 17 yards [15.5m]
Wood Flour 1 quarts [1 L]

*Additional material for fairing will be required. Material type and amount will vary depending on builders' taste and skill level.

Click here for a downloadable Bill of Materials. To open this file in a separate window, right-click and then choose "open in new window". You will need the free version Adobe Acrobat Reader to open this file.

-Click here for info about purchasing epoxy and fiberglass.

Cost:

For epoxy and fiberglass, starting price will be about $280 plus shipping in the United States depending on the brand and vendor you choose. This doesn't include items such as varnish, brushes, rollers, mixing sticks, gloves, etc. See our list of trusted suppliers.

For marine grade oukome plywood, price will be about $200-$275 if you pick it up yourself. Delivery cost of full sheets of plywood is expensive.

Labor:

Please Note: On a scale of 1-5 for the required boat building skills need, this design is about 3. A builder who has previously worked with fiberglass and stitch-and-glue building before will have no trouble completing this hull. A patient new builder with a good work space can also complete this project with nice results.

The hull will required about 50-65 hours to complete. These times are rough estimates and will vary according to the skill of the builder. Please note these are "hands on" hours and do not include the time waiting for epoxy to cure.

More:

Visit our Customer Service Forum to ask questions or see what others are saying about this design.

Plans Packing List:
  • Simple to follow, detailed drawings of each part with all dimensions required to layout and cut from flat plywood sheets.
  • Nesting drawings for the best plywood layout with all panels clearly labeled.
  • Drawings list
    • Plan and Profile
    • Nesting
    • Panel Drawings on A size paper (11" x 17")
    • Frames and Bulkheads
    • Quality Assurance Drawings
  • Specific and highly detailed building manual for this boat.
  • Bill Of Materials.

- All dimensions are shown in metric and U.S. Standard units.

Always wear your Personal Floatation Device!

**When buying these plans, you are buying a license to build 1 (one) hull from them. These plans may not be resold, copied, shared, or distriuted.**

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