Introduction: The Boat With Motor

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This is my second Instructable.
So you need is:-
1-candy sticks
2-two motors
3-thermocol sheet
4-glue or tape
5-decorative materials
and if you have any problem then just send me mail on JOHANN_TAILOR23@YAHOO.COM and if you need more of the photoes then just send me e-mail i will get you some photoes
and I am only 11 years old.=) and please give me good ratings.!

Step 1: Step 1

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So you have to make it like this:-
first take the motor and batteries attach the batteries first and then the motor and joint the wires and don't forget that do not joint it!! joint it after you finished as given below and then tape it or glue it you decide what do you want to take if you take the glue it will dissolve in water.If you take tape it will not dissolve so it is good to take.

Step 2: Step 2

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This the last step for your Instructable
Just make the fins of it and don't forget to make a the holes for the motor to go through it.
and just open the fins and here we go we have a Instructable waiting to go in the water for a swim and for the speed just cut the candy sticks from the sides and make it equal from both the sides.

Step 3: The Last Step

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This the complete boat with decoration and ready.
Sorry for the images they are not good enough.

Comments

Naveendddd (author)2016-01-16

if you live this boat in water, battery will go inside the water.

I am also 11 and like your boat

Saakaar Barthwal (author)2014-07-16

I am also 11 and I love your way of recycling things

anubhavtalukdar007 (author)2012-06-09

All the parts should be on the deck and not swim in the water!

vishalapr (author)2011-02-21

The electronics will get wet and stop working ig you do not do something with them

TSC (author)2010-04-17

Nice!!

Samg1 (author)2010-03-16

You need to do some work on your I'able. Fix some of your grammar and give more detail.

Krest (author)2009-07-15

I would strongly recommend putting the batteries on top of the deck so the chance of them getting wet is lower.

vinit_johann (author)Krest2009-07-16

Its good but when I tested it was on the sides because weight of it helps it to run it fast and I think it OK put it on the sides. THANKS FOR GIVING ME COMMENT

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