Pirogue Plans

Step By Step 3d Pirogue Plans

These Pirogue Plans Include Wood & Aluminum Design. Includes Router Cut & Hand Cut For Wood & Router, Plasma or Waterjet For Aluminum.

Pirogue From The Iso View

Step By Step 3d Plans

Top View

Compared to other boat plans sellers on the internet that will only give you 2d drawings our pirogue plans are High Quality 3D.

We explain every step, using 3d modeling technology as well as includes our simple jig design.

More than a few sheets of 2d drawings, our pirogue plans include a step-by-step construction booklet!

There is no faster, easier, boat to build than a Cajun pirogue!

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These Easy To Follow Step-By-Step 3D Construction Book Include!

Check2greenComplete Set of 3D Step By Step Drawings

(The Step By Step 3D Construction Book That Simplifies Boat Building)

Check2greenComplete Set of 2D Drawings

(Like The Ones You Normally See)

Check2greenPre Nested CNC Cut Files Saved In .dxf Format

(Able To Be Cut With CNC Plasma, Waterjet or Router)

Check2green3D Interlocking Jig Design For Exact Plate Positions

(Make The Best Boat Possible & Impress Everyone With The Precision)

Check2greenGet The CNC Package The Pros Use!

(From 3D Step By Step Construction, Jig Design, CNC Cut Files & More…)

Pirogue On The Water

Step By Step 3d Plans

Bow View

Plans Include Hand Cut Pirogue Plans & Cut Files For Aluminum & Plywood

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From Wiki

A pirogue is a small, flat-bottomed boat of a design associated particularly with the Cajuns of the Louisiana marsh. In West Africa they were used as traditional fishing boats.[1] These boats are not usually intended for overnight travel but are light and small enough to be easily taken onto land. The design also allows the pirogue to move through the very shallow water of marshes and be easily turned over to drain any water that may get into the boat. The pirogue is usually propelled by paddles that have one blade (as opposed to a kayak paddle, which has two). It can also be punted with a push pole in shallow water. Small sails can also be employed. Outboard motors are increasingly being used in many regions.


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