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Kayak Molds - 15 ft and 19 ft

Discussion in 'Boat Molds' started by John G, Oct 16, 2019.

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  1. John G
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    John G New Member

    Kayak Molds – 15 ft and 19 ft

    These boats were designed and manufactured in San Diego by Patrick Works, and sold as "Tideline Kayaks" He also built paddles under the ‘ONNO’ brand. He stopped building boats and moved to Hawaii, and we bought the molds when he closed up shop. Production would be free of any design royalties etc. There are a few reviews out on paddling.net for further research of the specifics of the boats:

    Tideline 19 Reviews - Tideline Kayaks | Buyers' Guide | paddling.com https://paddling.com/gear/tideline-kayaks-tideline-19-kayak/
    Tideline 15 Reviews - Tideline Kayaks | Buyers' Guide | paddling.com https://paddling.com/gear/tideline-kayaks-tideline-15-kayak/

    The tools are located near San Diego, California, and include deck, hull, hatches and coaming. We never used these molds and can’t advise on layup or construction process.
     

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