EdgeTracker 426


She's small, but when it comes to taking the waves head-on, the EdgeTracker 426 packs a mighty punch.

Big boat attitude in a small easy package easily describes the Edge Tracker 426 in perfect detail. We've taken the same high- tech boat building techniques used for the rest of our designs and incorporated them here, including the wave busting 20 º hull design that makes for such a such a great ride.

The cockpit is open and uncluttered, giving you plenty of fish fighting room, loads of storage compartments under the deck and fish holders along the side of the hull. Also included is a recessed anchor locker, 70 litre under floor fuel tank and a boarding step for easy access to climb aboard. Easy to maintain and trailer, edge Tracker 426 will provide you with years of family fun and offshore memories.

With their sleek yet simple lines, tillered steered, large deck casting area, handy storage compartments, pedastal seating and a full transom with a boarding step are just a few of the standard features that will be offered in these models. Also with her deep "V" hull , the EDGE TRACKER 426 offers a smooth ride in offshore or rough/white water conditions.



- LOA ……14ft (4.26m)
- BEAM ………6ft (1.82m) overall
- DRAFT/ hull only ………10-1/4″ (261mm) @ DWL
- Deadrise at transom ...… 20 degrees
- FUEL CAPACITY ....... 18.5 USG (70 Litres)
- Horsepower… 40 Hp (max)
- Outboard leg length.... 20"
- LEVEL flotation (built as per the plans)

APPROX DRY TRAILER WEIGHT including a 40 hp motor…..886 lbs
(402 kg ) depending on materials and outboard options* ( This includes a full tank of fuel)

- Construction …. Epoxy Fibreglass Plywood Composite Construction
- Safety standards in compliance with the ABYC standard
- Structure is engineered in accordance with ABS class rules

EdgeTracker 426

Anyone can Build a Boat.
Its that Easy

EdgeTracker 426
Just about anybody can build a boat using the Bowdidge Marine Design Plywood Composite system. This method eliminates many members that ordinarily require fitting, fairing, and beveling. Thus, it's ideal for beginners. A jigsaw and drill are about the only power tools required. The resulting boat is incredibly light weight, strong, and durable.
This quick and easy boatbuilding method consists of plywood planking panels cut to shape from patterns in the plans which are "stitched and glued" together at the seams. Such a boat can be assembled in a matter of hours after cutting out the parts.
The stitching is done with plastic electrical ties passed through small holes along seam edges. These are zipped tight to hold the panels together. The glue is then applied between the stitching and also on the inside in a cove-shaped fillet along the seams, along the outside and inside. After curing, the "stitching" is removed and the gaps filled. Then the hull is covered in glassed.
Plans for all our designs include instructions, material layouts, and material listings. In addition, the patterns provided are precise, since they're taken from the actual 3D modeling and CAD systems.


The following list of materials is approximate and intended for calculation of approximte costs. We offer no guarantees of accuracy.
The list is for all plywood in the construction of the hull, deck and interior. Allowance has been made in the quanties for about 10% wastage.
Resin and glass quanties are only approximate.

6mm (1/4") - 10 Sheets
9mm (3/8") - 8 Sheets

RESIN AND GLASS (For coatings and reinforced areas)
Epoxy Resin & Hardener - 72 kg (19 US gal)
400-450gm (12oz) Double Bias - 60 m ( 65 yards)
2 kg (4.4 lbs) glue powder (Cabosil)
2 kg (4.4 lbs) Q-cells (fairing Powder)

The materials list above covers all the supplies for the boat as designed.
Useage of materials may vary due to several factors. For example, a experienced builder will use less resin.
Our resin calculations are based on a 50% glass content.
Options, customization and variations within your build will also effect the bill of materials and outcome.


EdgeTracker 426 Plans.

The construction plans supplied by Bowdidge Marine Designs are CAD-drawn sheets taken from our full 3D model for accuracy.
We use a multitude of design programs to create our plans and we stand behind them 100%, providing back-up support should you encounter any troubles during your build.
Please be aware that plans we do not provide CNC cut files or kit boats.
Plans are now delivered in PDF format ONLY via direct download onto your computer.
Electronic copies are far more durable and reliable than the paper equivalents.

 EdgeTracker 426 Plans Price.
AU $298 ...US $233  ...$192 EU

EdgeTracker 426 Plans


We require a signed order form with every plan order. This form explains the terms and conditions and plans will not be mailed until we receive a signed order form accepting our terms. 

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Listen, the most frustrating and time consuming part about boatbuilding, is that after you've bought a set of plans and  then invested money into buying all the materials, its all the finer details or "How does this work"  where a lot of boat plans on the net become useless. It means you're doing a lot of guessing. 

Sure, there's a lot of videos on YouTube etc that you can spend literally hundreds of hours going thru to get some sort of idea of what to do, but most only pertain to old style boats etc...

Also another thing to remember is, most of these youtube videos or other boat building forums that you see on the web don't apply to our modern type of construction, as we also engineer all our boats to Commercial standards.

For a lot of first time builders like yourselves, this can be very fustrating (to say the least). 

On top of that, you could end up spending money on tools and equipment that you thought was going to help you get better...

But it doesn't!


So can you build a boat?
Sure you can. Would you believe that 99% of our builders have never built a boat before in their lives. Not only that, but they also come from all walks of life.
We've got Tradies, Labourers, Factory workers, Doctors, Dentists, Accountants, Policemen, Firemen and more just to name a few.
(See Will Cruise Control 5.2 to the right of your screen as an example - First time Boatbuilder)

Some of these builders have never even handled tools, let alone power tools in their lives (as one Heart Surgeon told me)

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Bowdidge Marine Designs
Far North Queensland
Australia. Qld
email: enquiries@bowdidgemarinedesigns.com