Sweet 16 Design


14 Responses to Sweet 16 Design

  1. Brandon says:

    Ken, Brian, and Jeremy, great looking boats! I’m currently 75 hours into my build. I’d love to get more info from you if you are willing and able. As I said on my blog post,Gayle is going I get sick of me really quickly! I’ve also got an iPhoto share site up of the process if anyone wants to check it out.

  2. Lucas Erickson says:

    Great looking boat. I’d love to see some pictures of the inside of the cabin.

  3. Anthony Skrip says:

    Beautiful job. Very impressive indeed! Did you construct this from your own plans or are plans available for purchase.
    Thank you

  4. FRANK says:

    Hi Brian & Jeremy,

    Beautifully finished craft, could you advise me on the completed height on a trailer, and wheel size on the trailer please.

    Frank Debooy

  5. Doug says:

    Nice tugs down under! Ken–beautiful job!- I was wondering if you could post some inside pics of the sleeping accomodations and wheelhouse?? I am dying to see what it looks like inside- im doing a Fred Murphy…

  6. Mike says:

    I need a mast for a sweet 16 tug. Anyone know where to purchase?

  7. Darren Mahoney says:

    Hi Guys what material did you use to build your splended crafts that you two guys have built & shown the rest of us how it’s done to perfection.

    • Brian Bawcombe says:

      Hi Darren. Sorry for the late reply – haven’t had access to this site for some time.

      Our tugs were built from Tasmanian Oak and Marine Ply, finished with International Paints except for the Royal Blue on the hull which if memory serves me right is Noreglass. The outer hull was sprayed, the rest put on by roller.

  8. Andy Miller says:

    Hey Guys, great job on the boats 🙂 beautiful paint job!

    I do a video podcast that deals with showing people how to do some basic repairs and maintenance on their boats (fiberglass, paint, brightworks, etc).. This Fall I am giving some consideration to organizing a small boat build with the thought that there may be a few viewers that would be interested in building along.

    On my end the entire process would be put on video and avail online for others to view. I’ve looked over the materials list for this boat but would like some actual info from you on what the “real world costs” turned out to be.

    I’m pretty certain that this particular boat would be out of the price range for many people to build along, but I also think that there would be a large group of people that would be very interested in watching the process of this being built. This is probably one of the nicest looking designs for it’s size that I’ve come across..

    If inclined, please email me with any info you would be willing to share.

    Thank you!


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  10. peter randall says:

    nice boat fellas do you have progress photos as well as im starting my own sweet sixteen soon

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