So you want to build one of our boats? Here's how to get a set of plans.
Please tell me which boat you're interested in and what you plan to use it for, along with any questions you have that weren't answered in the boat's web page. I wouldn't want to see you spend money and effort on a boat that turns out to be unsuitable for your needs.
You can use PayPal or Interac EMT for secure, quick electronic payments. Credit cards are processed through PayPal. Most other Canadian transfer instruments (cheques, money orders, bank drafts, etc.) are accepted. Foreign certified instruments, such as certified cheques and money orders, are also OK.
Step 3 - Get Your Plans
Plans are delivered electronically in both the ubiquitous PDF and the print-shop-friendly DWF6/DWFx ePlot formats. Shipping rolls of paper over long distances makes little sense these days, as it's usually quite a bit cheaper to have a local print shop make full-size copies than to have them mailed to another province or country. And the average builder often needs to print off extra copies of individual pages along the way- the printed copies inevitably get torn or spilled on, in which case it's nice to have the digital version handy.
Step 4 - Have Fun Building!
The cost of stock plans includes as much technical support, via email, as is necessary for you to finish your boat. I'll try to offer same-day response to the extent possible, although I do occasionally get a few days away from the computer.