Classic Boats

The finest Wooden Performance and Crusing Boats.

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  1. waikikin
    @SailDesign only occasionally for bonding cores.
  2. SailDesign
    Nice tables. Do you use vacuum?
  3. waikikin
    @fallguy Just laid some choppy on the table and rolled it over the simple forms. Really just going to be a permanent mandrel for building thickness to 4.5- 6.0mm. I'm making six as need to make a...
  4. fallguy
    I had a 34'6" table, but cut in half now.
  5. fallguy
    How did you make it??
  6. waikikin
    Looks cool, especially the hull and boarding walk through transom. What kind of power plant and power are you thinking of?
  7. Howlandwoodworks
    “Fastnet Rock” Both Lighthouses before the smaller one was moved to shore. Larger stone lighthouse first light 1904. Schooner "Pegleg" port of call Imagination
  8. Howlandwoodworks
    Work in process
  9. TimTab
    In the summer of 73, my dad went from a Springbok aluminum runabout with a 33 hp Johnson to the 14-foot Sidewinder in deep purple metal flake with an 85 hp Evinrude. Good thing gas was a lot...
  10. SailDesign
    Very nice!

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