A good bumper for the PT 11 has been a priority since the beginning. We have seen lots of different dinghy bumpers over the years, lots of them falling off or the rails falling off because of all the fasteners used to hold the bumper on. We know that bumpers on dinghies are a challenge ...continue reading A Bumper for the PT Eleven
First and foremost, what a pleasure to meet our first builders who came to pick their kits up at our shop. I am very excited about having them build the PT Eleven and look forward to their contributions to our builder sharespot. The process of getting a stack of kits out the door has been ...continue reading PT Eleven kit contents
As Promised: These measurements were taken with the nested package laying on a flat table. Seat tongue extends 2” past the 70” package length at the height shown. Therefore; Maximum package = 6ft x 4ft 2” (with bumper) 20” height at bow/stern, 17” height at bulkheads. It fits neatly with gate closed into the 6ft ...continue reading PT Eleven; Nested Dimensions
We are actually a bit further than these pictures represent. We have had some kit related stumbling blocks along the way and Russell is working those through. Today's photo shows the upper layer of transom inwhale ready for glue.
Gluing the hull seams: Ice cream delivery!
Gluing on the gunwhale.. Gunwhale glued on:
Panels 3 set Panels 3 being wired in:Panels 3 wired in place.
Frequently Asked Questions about the PT 11 Nesting dinghy are listed below in alphabetical order. You can scroll down to find what you are looking for or try the search box to the right... If you have a question not found here, please email us. Our email info is on our website PTWATERCRAFT.COM or use ...continue reading PT ELEVEN Q & A
Panels 2 ready for wiring. Panels 2 wired in. In the back of the boat you see the temporary former frame and the transom in place.