TAFT CRAFT

by Richard S
(Texas City,Tx)

IT is a kit boat from the Taft family in the twin citys, Mn.

It is the only know one left from them I have ALL history of it.




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Sailboat kit from Tact
by: Chuck

I built a 15' Snipe class sailboat in 1964 & 1965.

It came out well aside from taking twice as long as I anticipated to build.

Happy New Year
by: Mike

Happy New Year to you, your Taft Craft and all who sail in her.

What a beautiful boat, I loved reading about her and I’m sure others did too.

I’d love to know of her history.

That is why, I’d like to introduce you to the new, Wood Boat Net.

It is designed to make it easier to for you to tell us more about your Wooden Boat, to upload photos etc, put you in control of your content and most of all post updates as and when you wish to.

There is also a forum where you can ask/answer any questions you about Wooden Boats and join in the conversations.

So, please come on over and join our community of likeminded Wooden Boaters, we’d love to hear from you.

Cheers,

Mike

Superb
by: Anonymous

Superb restoration, well done

Up date on this Boat
by: Richard S

Currently have boat for sale, needs new home as I have three other boats.

Asking $14,500

Call me six o five 366nine to five nine



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While the original system worked quite well as a one-off post, it didn’t allow for updating or posting new photographs etc.

That is why I have introduced the new Wood Boat Net.

This is new ‘Community’ platform is for 2018.

It is designed to put you in control of your content, make it easier to for you to tell us about your Wooden Boat, upload photos etc. and most of all post updates as and when you wish to.

There is also a forum where you can ask any questions you may have about Wooden Boats and join in the conversations.

So, please come on over and join our community of likeminded Wooden Boaters.