Tips, techniques, and notes on Wooden Boat Building, Restoration and Maintenance.
Things the amateur woodboat enthusiast needs to know, by another amateur woodboat enthusiast.
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And I've even included some Budget Boating Tips from the budget boating expert, my Uncle Charlie.
I bought her home 2 weeks ago. She has been allowed to fall into a sad state but Plywood boats are not that hard to restore and she is basically sound.
I found this schooner on line about 15 years ago for sale in Florida for MUCH more money than I could ever consider but It was beautiful, it sparked many
Hi! It is with great regret that we are being forced to dismantle our 105' wooden topsail schooner that was built in lowestoft England in 1885. The main
A gorgeous and well equipped classic. Recently overhauled small block Chevy with direct drive. Garmin GPSMAP 225, Standard Horizon VHF, fathometer,
I promised a few days ago to start sharing a few of our tricks for basic survival as old wooden boat owners. So, here goes for the first money saving
Cotton and goo...
Hughes Sportster Dinghy
It is still here
This is how some do this ....
I do know what you mean...
Mahogany left without protection
Tacking a Beer Lugger (Devon)
Darn, big hole, big job
1963 - 42' Constellation "Past Time"
Sink the Boat