Drafting Wooden Boat Plans
Blog / 08/16/2012

Drafting Wooden Boat Plans   If you are into boats, you might be happy to know that boat planning isn’t all that hard to do when you are talking about a wooden boat. Here we will help you understand how to draft a wooden boat. You might not know the first thing about boat plans, but we’re here to help you. The main things you will need when you do the drafting are: pencils, eraser, cartridge paper, a straight edge, ruler, and a T-square. While you may thing that these aren’t many items at all, that’s because it’s not all that much. The whole purpose of a draft is just to get an outlined sketch of what the boat will look like. Many will tell you that when you draft wooden boat plans, you start with a simple sketch. They call this a profile. From there, that is when you add the detail. The detail includes the length that you want the boat. From there, you start with what the top of the boat or otherwise known as the overhead of the boat will look like. Again, this doesn’t have to be perfect; this is just a rough draft. Using…