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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Hello, My wife inherited a 65 Thompson. It is in excellent condition. It has been stored in her uncles garage for 5 or more years. Last weekend
I am getting ready to purchase the wood bottom planks for my DIY utility boat and would like suggestions for the width of the bottom wood. My Idea is
I want to put amas on my kayak for sailing. It is 13' fiberglass. But I am thinking of making them of plywood sides with board top and maybe bottom,
I recently purchased a 1963 Chris Craft Constellation 42 . I purchased it in Miami Florida and had to get it home to Cape Coral Florida, the problem
My father, brother, grandfather and I built a PM 38 in 1963. Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada. Powered by a 28 HP Johnson that thing liberated all the kids
Darn, big hole, big job
1963 - 42' Constellation "Past Time"
Sink the Boat
refinishihing exterior Mahagoni
No Name Yet for Picaroon
1934 Sparkman Stephens Ketch "Roon II"