Blue Star

by Barry
(UK)

This is Blue Star before we brought her home.

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)

Heading out of St Monans

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)

26' Monterey

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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