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Brick plans are sold by Common Sense Boats and by Phil Bolger & Friends, Inc.

 

The first thing you have to do is study the plans.

 

Brushing on the epoxy one hot and muggy Carolina evening. The brush made the epoxy thicker than necessary - next time I used rollers or a squeegee.

Fastening it together.

 

I built my Brick and almost immediately decided that it was too heavy for what I wanted it to do - mainly to go over my head with my effort alone. So I sawed off the bottom and used it to build my Elegant Punt. Since the boat was already epoxy coated, I used one of the sides to support a pile of clay in my cellar. The remaining side is yet to be used, but I'll find something good purpose for it.

Brick as described by CSB:

http://www.common-sense-boats.com/boats/Multi_Purpose_Boats/brick.htm

Brick as built by a chap named Matt:

http://www.gis.net/~owlnmole/Pages/brick.html

Matt's Brick as described in Messing Around in Boats:

http://mims.com/maib/brick.htm

Gregg Carlson's Brick:

http://www.carlsondesign.com/projects.html#Brick

 

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