Cutwater XL Classic Wooden Paddleboard - Instant download plans

$95.00 AUD
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Build yourself a timeless Cutwater XL wooden stand up paddle board from our easy to follow instant downloadable plans.

The Cutwater XL is a bigger version of the Cutwater and designed to take a 115kg or 260lb load. It is an ideal board for beginners and intermediate paddlers as well expert paddlers looking for a board to slow down and enjoy the ride.


Board info...

Length - 12.5 feet /  381cm

Width - 31 inches  /  78.9cm

Weight - 32 lb  /  14.5kg

The Cutwater XL is the perfect combination of visually appealing classic looks, modern lightweight construction and paddling performance. With excellent speed and stability the Cutwater is designed for all paddlers and can be used for touring, fishing, lakes, rivers and coastal paddling in good conditions.

Feel the joy of cutting through the water on a classic wooden paddle board that you crafted with your own hands.

The instant download plans include a detailed construction manual with over 100 colour images and diagrams PLUS full size frame templates with dimensions to make building your board faster.


Read our blog on how to print the full size plans on a regular printer for FREE...

How to print large plans on a regular printer for free

    Note: I have built all my boards from exterior grade plywood using epoxy and fibreglass and they have been long lasting, light and durable. But the choice is yours!


    Read our blog post on why you can build a board with exterior grade plywood here...

    YES... you CAN use EXTERIOR plywood to build a PADDLE BOARD!


    Have a question about building your own classic paddle board? Get in touch via the form below or email me direct at

    Whether building from a frame kit or plans you'll love building and paddling your Cutwater XL... just make sure you're ready for all the attention it gets!

    Cutwater 12.5 construction gallery

    I've designed the Cutwater to be easier to build than any other paddle board plans available.

    Here's a couple of images of the build process to get you started...