Sabotina Design

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  • Sabotina by Kenny Cooper, Nashville, Tennessee


15 Responses to Sabotina Design

  1. walt says:

    We went with bolt ropes in our sails. Sailrite can hook you up with a kit.

  2. Bill Zweig says:

    With a sock type sail as on the Sabotina, what do you do if you have to lower the sail when you are out on the water like if the wind picks up?

  3. angel ayala says:

    Es posible conseguirlo pre-cortado. (kit)

  4. Bobby says:

    cant figure out to line up the bow & transom what is the key

    • Bobby, the drawing of the building form shows the location of the transom and bow and forms–these are all positioned with set-up levels matching and at the angles noted.

  5. Bobby says:

    Is there any one in Alabama or Georgia who has built one would like to contact them for info

  6. Bobby says:

    need all the help I can get

  7. Emil Horvath says:

    Is plans for this boat available?

    • John B says:

      Of course the plans for this Glen-L design are available. Just go to the home page or just to the top of this page, hover your pointer over “Online Catalogs” and when the dropdown appears click on the “Boat Plans Catalog – 300 Boats You Can Build” link. Then you can find the Sabotina design in either the Alphabetic List or the “Sailboats” links.

  8. Emil Horvath says:

    Is drawing w/dimensions available for this boat and if so where can I get the plans for it?
    Thanks, Emil

  9. Jim McQuaide says:

    Great pics. I love this boat. And recently help a friend build Sabotina. I should organize some of my pics, and share them.

  10. David Afford says:

    I like the idea of assembling the bow and stern transoms without the plywood attached in order to fit the stringers and then apply the plywood later. I think the Kreg jig may be useful to hold the frames together until the plywood is installed!

  11. Deo Lazaro says:


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