Paper SailBoatThe Origami Sailboat is a very easy traditional origami model but the boat looks very realistic. If you use a sheet of paper with a different color on each side, the hull of the boat will be of one color, and the sail will be of the other color. The sailboat is an interesting model because it shows how to reverse a fold. It is a perfect model to play in the sand at the beach!
Difficulty level: Very Easy Time to fold 2 min. 12 steps. Folded from a one classic Single Uncut square paper, about 20cm x 20 cm.
You may use any kind of paper to fold the origami magic boat. It is a little easier if the front and the back side of the paper are slightly different whether it be in texture or color.
- On the Upper Left side appears the paper sheet before folding, on the Upper Right Side, appears the sheet after folding it. The left animation indicates how you have to fold the paper sheet.
- After The folding you should click the button ‘Next’ to see the next step.
- You have to repeat the previous step, until you finish folding the Paper Airplane.
- With the button ‘Back’ you will return to the previous step.
- The button ‘Start’ takes you to the step 1 and the button ‘End’ takes you to the last step.
Origami Sailboat Decoration
The term sailboat has a broad meaning generally including yachts, (large sailboats) and smaller vessels of many configurations, which use wind as the primary means of propulsion. Some of the variations other than size are: hull configuration (monohull, catamaran, trimaran), keel type (full, fin, wing, centerboard etc.), purpose (sport, racing, cruising), number and configuration of masts, and the sail plan.
Some of the terms below have had various meanings through history, but now have a specific meaning in the parlance of modern yachting. See also the articles on sailing ships and yachts; each of these terms generally describes a larger vessel than a sailboat; however, the distinctions are blurred and the definitions vary by region and culture.
At the smaller end, the distinction among sailboards, windsurfing, and dinghies can be vague. Paper Folding SailBoat.
This is the list of all Paper Boats in this Category
Easy Origami Catamaran
Origami SailBoat - Paper Boats
Category: Paper Boat.
BoatBox by Rachel Katz
Traditional Magic Boat
Origami Chinese Ship
A Giant Origami Boat
Traditional Paper Boat
CommentsIf you have any comment or suggestion about this paper boat, PLEASE, feel free to leave me comments. I am happy to listen to you and will improve my future animation tutorial
|joana – [portugal – portugal beira alta]
|cristian – [utica – ny]
do you know how to make the easy catmaran ? follow steps 1-5, then u know how to do this
martin cual es tu nombre
how do u do step number 3??? u fold the top left corner down and then how did u get the bottom left triangle piece back up there?
|Matthew – [lol – lol]
|kevin – [califonia – Anaheim]
its hard when you the 2
that was a peice of cake baby
dude that was ez! and jim taddeeo i finished it and im a kid to.
|cody – [usa – ]
Jim Taddeo im a kid and i finished it easily
|henry – [U.S.A – Nasa]
How can we do the second part?
|Jim Taddeo – [USA – Sharpsville]
I would be interested to see how many KIDS actually pull this one off….LOL A Square piece of paper is essential to start with and pre-creasing of ALL of the necessary angles makes the transformational rotations much easier to do. My little one loves it. :-)Thanks.
|blkangel6 – [US – ]
You start with a square piece of paper.
|jack – [Scotland – ]
Do you start with a square peice of paper?
|steven – [USA – Ellicott City]
Mohamed, seriously, where r your manners? And needs more boats.
|Mitchell – [USA – ]
Mohamed! learn some manners. No one wants to listen to your c**p!
quiero aprender origami mi correo es firstname.lastname@example.org
|Binit saxena – [india – delhi]
i want to download a game
|Roxy – [Ontario – Canada]
|Rachel Lee – [Vietnam – Hanoi]
That paprer boat can be metamorphosis into another style. So thats i call it “metaboat”
|Bryan – [USA – New York]
Wow, Mohamed really isn’t very nice, is he?