Blue Star

by Barry
(UK)

My Boat 21' Carvel Motor boat Keel was first laid in Emsworth High Street in 1956

Our first time restore/repair of a wooden boat.

It was a lot of headaches and a lot of fun.

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1961 Cruisers Inc. V202 16' runabout.

by Nicholas Jansen
(Coos Bay, OR)

My Boat My current boat is a 1961 Cruisers Inc. V202 16' runabout.

I am working on a V302 Cruisers Inc. 18' commander

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Newfoundland Trap Skiff

by Mark Prosciak
(St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador)

My Boat 34' Newfoundland Trap Skiff built in 1964 by Capt. Harry Stone, Monroe, NL. 2 masts, diesel power.

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Fidelity

by Gordon Bell
(UK)

Fidelity is a 28ft double ended Gaff Rig Cutter is based on Colin Archer's Kattegat design.


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1957 Mahogany Hull

by Miro
(Vancouver, BC)

My Boat Wooden sail boat 25’ 1957 Mahogany Hull.

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Corsair

by Dennis Lindemann
(San Francisco, CA)

Corsair is owned by the San Francisco Sailing Whaleboat Association, the sponsoring partner for Sea Scout Ships.

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San Francisco Sailing Whaleboat Association.
by: Dennis Lindemann

The boats are owned by the San Francisco Sailing Whaleboat Association.

We are the sponsoring partner for Sea Scout Ships Corsair and Viking.

We operate a well-rounded program for teenage youth involving sailing and maintaining traditional wooden boats.





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