Old growth woods for classic boat repair and construction

by Scott Morgan
(Vancouver Island, BC, Canada )

I have thousands of board feet I have reclaimed from 100 year old buildings here in the Pacific Northwest.

  • Douglas fir,

  • Western Cedar,

  • Gary Oak,

  • and Maple.

Its just waiting to be put to use in your classic wooden boat.

I have spent the last 20 years working on my own classics and would like to part with some to other lovers of wood vessels.

I have frame material, decking, v groove and keel materials.

Beautiful edge and flat grain cedars, firs and oaks.

Even some Japanese cherry. Tight grained strong long lasting.

Best way to contact me is through email: scott.morgan38(at)aol.com

I am located on the south end of Vancouver Island.

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