Louis Sauzedde builds his Lumber Yard Skiff

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  1. Pericles
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    Thanks for the link, Pericles. I am watching it now. It is very informative.
     
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    Best thing I've ever seen on the internet!
     
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    Nearing the end of this series. Lou is brilliant and well-spoken and the editing is top notch. Such a RARE combination of features on Youtube.
     

  5. Pericles
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    Over 37 episodes, Louis built a sport dory for rowing, running from July 2017 to October 2018.



    Six months ago he visited wooden boatbuilders in Chile for three standalone episodes.



    Two months ago he started season 3 about building a 23' V bottom skiff. He's up to episode 7.

     
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