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A sleek boat with large majestic sails for transporting cargo and soldiers quickly through war torn seas.

The Dhow is a ship that can be used in a fantasy setting or historical setting. It was traditionally used as a merchant vessel in the Indian ocean and Arabian seas and is still in use today.

To rig the Dhow check out a general Rigging Guide.

It includes separate deck layouts, a removable ‘wake’ that simulates ship movement, ballista and rigging clips. There are rigging clips for normal angles.

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This product is delivered as a .ZIP file pack containing STL files for use on a home 3D Printer. The files are set to 28mm scale but can be rescaled before printing.



  • Supports need to be touching build plate when printing the stern.
  • Right-click on the image below and “Save As” to download the reference sheet for this pack.
  • Add supports touching build plates if you get too much stringing on the lower section of the hull or if using Cura select “make overhang printable”.

Medium Printer Reference

Small Printer Reference

Fittings Reference


Dhow Rigging

You will need 6mm (1/4 inch) and 4mm (3/16 inch) dowel for the masts and black elastic string for the rope. You may need to sand the ends of the dowel to go into the mast holes easily.

Wake Reference


Additional information




Prints without Supports, Supports touching buildplate

Layer Height

.2 for Normal Quality .1 for High Quality (.2 Layer height is recommended)

Q & A

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    Shaun Kantor (verified owner)

    Is there a guide for how you did the rigging with the angled masts on the Dhow? It seems very different then the sloop that the video guide is for.

    • Sam Campbell

      Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      There is no specific guide for rigging the dhow, just a general guide. For the Dhow rigging, the lateen is tied off from the base of the mast to the front part of the cross mast and the block and tackle pieces are loop tied around the top of the cross masts.

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