Step 11: Bow piece

Lay one end of the 2 x 4 agains the top of the transom and cut this to the same size. This will make sure that you boat keeps a constant width the whole length.
You are not going to permanently attach this until after the bottom is in place. 
Vergatario, very nice, great job, muy buen trabajo, felicitaciones.
could it hold 1 adult and 2 kids ?
I would not try it. <br>It is safe for 1 adult and can hold 2 children, but I would not do 1 adult and 2 children. <br> <br>If you go to Yahoo.com Forums- Mouseboats- you will find a number of designs that will more than handle 1 adult and 2 children, but it will not be a one sheet boat. <br> <br>Thank you for asking
Do you think that the design could handle a small outboard motor?
I am not certain, I weigh 200 lbs and had 5-6 inches of freeboard. A small trolling motor might work, but then you would ahve the added weight of the battery. <br> <br> If you go to the One sheet wonders yahoo group Phil has plans for two boats the &quot;Tubby&quot; and the &quot;Norsk&quot; which both will take tolling motors. <br> <br>There is also another group called &quot;Mouse boats&quot; that has several designs from Gavin Atkin which you can put motors on. <br> <br>There is also the Duckworks site they have some really grat plans as well. <br> <br>thank you for your interest in my boat/ design
Very cool - great Instructable. The lines on your boat are much cleaner than the one I made and I like the slant you gave to the sides - much more &quot;boat&quot; looking than mine and I bet it displaces more water.<br><br>Great job
Thank you for your comments. <br>I weigh about 200lbs and it has about 45-6 inches of freeboard.
Nice design, good work!

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