This is my entry for Kiteman's International Go-Pro Challenge, the Make It Stick Contest 2 and the 4th Epilog challenge. Its also my very first ible :D Enjoy!

(For Kiteman's International Go-Pro Challenge)
The 'international' part of this ible is the fact that Singapore used to be a humble fishing village and is now a successful trading port, so boats are pretty important in the development of my country. Hope you enjoy it!

(For the Make It Stick Contest 2)
I've used super glue here though there's not a lot. But hey, its a good use of it!

(For the 4th Epilog challenge)
I think these are pretty cool because they're so tiny! It requires a lot of precision to build these and a lot of creativity to turn a piece of PVC into a ship, so I think I'm pretty eligible to enter this contest. Plus I have a shrink ray.

(Constructive criticism welcomed)

(None of the pictures were taken with potatoes, though some with a watermelon)

Step 1: Materials

You need *deep breath*

1) A piece of PVC

2) Super glue (CA)

3) Alumin- (whatever you call it) foil

Now that was a *ahem* long list...
<p>you forgot an compass for inside the cabin</p>
What a cool idea! Since bath tubs have gotten so small my fleet doesn't fit any more. Hey with these, Anchors Away, were taken Normandy! I'll never grow-up. Please tell me they float!
Aww man sorry but they don't. But maybe if you made them out of foam and used a grain of sand for a ballast it might work ;)
I can't believe how small it is! Got my vote for sure. Can't wait to see what you could do with a laser.
Thanks! Maybe one day I can fit my creations in the eye of a needle like Willard Wigan.
wow got my vote could i modify this to make micro parts for a robot i am making
Hey thanks! Do post some pics when u make the bot!
i will got find my solder stuff just moved
If you put these little boats in water do they float and stay upright?
Sadly no... maybe if I made them out of some dense foam.
Hey guys! If you think this instructable is awesome pls vote for it!
I agree, this is pretty awesome! And it was really fun reading it :)
Do you make other things out of PCV?
Unfortunately no... But i'm working on it!
What a great work! Congratulations.

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