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Here are more of Your Wooden Boats, these are the Boats that other people like us are working on.


Semper FiThis classic motor yacht was built in 1960 and refitted in 2007.

fishing cutter ProvidenceProvidence is a fishing cutter built in 1903.

She has been owned by Peter since 1978.At present lying in Comox, Canada.

Peter is looking for "someone with the funds and enthusiasm to continue the many jobs to be done to keep her viable as a seagoing ship."

clinker

"Little Chook" is a 1963 Fazackerly 12' King Billy clinker dinghy used by Stewart for fishing in the Derwent River, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
What boatNancy has just bought this runabout.

She would appreciate it if anyone could help her to identify the design of her project boat.


Plywood dingy repairKenny is in the process of repairing his Plywood Dinghy Old Colonial
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larson Speed Runabout

Matthew in Buffalo, NY, USA

is the proud owner of this

14 foot 1953 Penn Yan Challenger, in superb original condition.

larson

This "Olde 
Boat"

is a 1947 Larson "Speed Runabout" made in Little Falls, Minnesota, being restored by Craig in Bemidji, MN USA.

new
This magnificent lapstrake boat belongs to Eric in Salem, Ma.
sea c strider

Sea C Strider is a 1964 Sather 36' fishing boat being converted to a sedan cruiser by Robin in Victoria, BC, Canada.

Tideway 14Reunion is being built by Dave in Texas,

She is a Tideway 14 designed by Paul Fisher.

1965Matthew in Buffalo, USA, has made a splendid job of restoring his 1965 Owens Flaghip Old glory.

He is rightly proud of his restoration and what he has learnt in the process and is happy to pass on advice.

1959

Bill is restoring this

1959 Andress Utility Boat

in Kemtpville, Canada

Patience


Patience



Peter Radclyffe’s unique account of restoring a C&N Bucket of Rot.

westfordBill in Southern California is making a fine job of building Mary T.

Mary T is a "Welsford Houdini".


Rob Roy, a double planked carvel, 1966, Chris Craft Constellation is the Brent from Indiana’s Project boat.

Picaroon PreciousPrecious is a Sam Rabl designed Picaroon owned by Annie Holms in San Diego CA.

MathildPeter Radclyffe in Italy wants to rig Mathilde so he can teach his children to sail.
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Lady Jane is a Classic Wooden Trojan which has recently been acquired by Joan in Ontario.

She had been extensively refurbished by her previous owner.

stitch and glueAl Hubbard has just started building a Warren Messer Drift style pram.
lorna dooneLorna Doone

This suberb Gaff Ketch is being refurbished by Jim in the Isle of Bute in Scotleand.

melodyMelody
is an 18 ft 1962 Chris Craft Sea Skiff, with an 185hp, 283 Chvey V8.
She is being restored by Dave in Michigan USA.

endicott

Tim from Endicott, USA, is having deal with the delaminated plywood on the deck of his 1973 30' Carver Mariner.

Richard in Australia is restoring Maya is a 30 ft Huon Pine cutter, built by the well known Cuthbertson family in Hobart in 1923.


MISS YA YAH is a 14' 1958 Penn Yan Mahogany Captivator being restored by Bob in Smithfield, Maine.

Another superb example of your wooden boats.


fairey marine ducklingA poor little Fairey Marine Duckling with No Name.


She is about to be restored by Gill in Winchester.

A lovely little project boat.

foly

Finley's Folley is a 31' Fairliner built in 1962 now being restored by Grandpa David in Oregon.

wobbygong

Peter and Annie in Australia are restoring Wobbygong.

They have some questions regarding plank repair.

westerly

21ft Westerly 'Westcoaster' by Dave from Liverpool UK

double ender

A 1947 Grandy -Double Ender by Capt RobWilmington, California, USA.

century resorter

A 1965 16ft Century Resorter being restored by Tim in the US.

kinderdijker




This traditional 23ft/7M Kinderdijker Hoogaar is being built by André in the Netherlands. .

The 67 ft Lady Ada built 1901-6 is a very ambitious project being rebuilt by Samo in the US. A 60s Sea Hawk ieing built by Eddie in Ireland.
Re-decking a 1974 Trojan Sea Raider hardtop express with twin inboards. An old Wooden Boat Rescued from the Fire.
The Old Manatee ( a work in progress), Tom's Dither

Dither is a Yorkshire One Design, this is the oldest One Design class still sailing in the UK.

Tom has rescued her and is now about to restore to her former glory.

In every recession there are bargains,like Henrik’s to be had.

Project Boats like this are the silver lining to even this economic cloud.


picaroon

This is rather delightful Picaroon which Don is in the process of restoring in Canada.

This is about my own recent restoration project.

Mignonne is very nearly as complete as any wooden boat is likely to get.

Frankee's Mourne Lass

Frankee is restoring an MFV project boat in Devon in the UK.

John's Egg

John in Maryland USA is restoring a 37 foot 1969 Egg Harbor.

plywood on frame boat

Andrew's Malahini

Andrew from Hobart in Tasmania, Australia is building a Glen L designed plywood power boat.

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Frolic is now floating in the San Juan Islands and is needing TLC. She is a Classic Island Clipper built by Fellows and Stewart. She is 44 feet …

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