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These instructions are for the crafting of a small Styrofoam pirate ship. This is a fun craft that actually floats. It will take some time and plenty of patience, ...
Materials - 2 Styrofoam blocks (2”x4”x12”) - Dowel - Fishing Line - Gorilla Glue - Sail Material (old T-shirt) - Paper Clips *Substitutions can be made with any ...
The hull is the watertight body of a ship or boat. The Bow (front of the ship) Creating the Template 1.) Draw a dashed centerline down the entire ...
The captain's cabin is the raised section located at the rear of the ship. Measuring 1.) Take the second Styrofoam block and cut off a 4” section from the ...
The forecastle deck is the raised section located at the bow (front) of the ship. Measuring 1.) Draw a dashed centerline down the middle of the ¾ inch ...
The Mast The mast is a tall, vertical beam which supports the sails. Measuring and Cutting 1.) Measure 10” on the dowel and carefully cut using scissors or ...
The sales can be made out of a variety of things. An old t-shirt was used for the making of this ship. Measuring and Cutting 1.) Measure out ...
Installing the Mast into the Hull 1.) Measure 5” back from the back of the boat, stick the dowel down into the centerline of the piece of Styrofoam. This ...
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