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36ft. US Navy motor launch was a very common boat design used on cruisers, battleships and carriers in the 30es and early 40es, before most boats were exchanged for life rafts to make room for more AA guns in 1942-1943 time span. Motor launches were used to transport personnel and stores in harbor area.
To complete the boat, you would need to add: 1 boat propeller - use a tiny disk out of superglue-soaked paper and cut sectors out of it 1 railing around the stern steering stand - patterns differed from ship to ship. Use regular 2 bar raling with narrow stanchion distance, or alternatively a piece of thin wire. 1 tiller - use thin wire or form it from a bar from a photoetch railing Optionally, a pair of life rings were hung on the steering stand railing
Use http://www.hnsa.org/resources/manuals-documents/single-topic/boats-of-the-united-states-navy/ for reference
If you need a set of boats for a specific ship, just send me a message. I would make a set tuned for your ship in a few days. List of boats can be found in most modeling plans.
Also, any other scale can be also produced. Just ask.