- February - March
If you know of something that would be of interest
to our readers, please send me a link - firstname.lastname@example.org
named Martin Strel, is planning to swim the
Amazon river, or at least 3,375 miles of it.
He will be accompanied by three boats. Check
Tyson in Galveston
I finally figured
a simple way to make a luff groove in a wooden
You know you
have finally made it, when complete strangers
build your boat designs and upload to youtube.
:) I have no idea who these guys are.
who brought a Whitehall from Victoria, BC to
Raid Finland wrote a good account,
complete with photos. He also made a video.
Take a look
at the video of L'HYDROPTERE,
a large French Tri at about 47 mph or 54 mph
with reefed sail. Other videos show the evolution
from a RC model.
I built an
18 foot Modified Sharipe Skiff from Reuel B.
Sharpie Book". You can see pictures
on my website.
Cheers, Mack Horton
Well, I can't
say you need a background in surfing to appreciate
these two short clips, but it sure does enhance
... The mini-surfer
line-up is getting more and more crowded these
I am interested
in finding ways to make toy boats that resemble
those an amateur boatbuilder might make. Because
I am a teacher, my focus is on student-projects.
You can visit my website.
I thought of
you when I posted this...
... because you're the biggest canvas canoe
fan I know!
You might be
interested in looking at the Glen-L newsletter.
Check out these
cute boat birdhouses!
Joe who handled
CP 2 last year for the EC posted some pics on
There's a few shots of a couple ne'er do well
ruffians at the start of the album. They look
vaguely familiar . . .
If you want
to start accumulating points for next year's
Everglades Challenge, come to the Magnolia
I have started
a simple blog
and while I'm still a bit clumsy with it I have
posted some of my (John Welsford) Truant
here... building a Navigator
and wanted to let you know you can check out
my build at: www.kbeddoeboats.com
Hope all is well and really enjoy looking at
duckworks every morning.
I went down
to Galveston with camera in tow to take some
pictures of Nina. The pictures
were saved to an Imagestation file. I only "sorta"
know what I'm looking at, I'm admittedly still
on the learning curve. So if I've made any mistakes
in the descriptions, please feel free to give
me an education.
Have you been
following Graham Byrnes' EC22 build over on
'Pears he's right serious about getting down
the coast quickly! I do like his wood/carbon
fiber mast though. Neat.
Leo C Hill
Good day Mr
I have read that if there were interesting sites
for Ducks You were interested. well, Have a
greetings Hilbert Gorte Netherlands.