If you know of something that would be of interest
to our readers, please send me a link - email@example.com
Chuck - thought
you might find this of interest. If the rain
now submerging the Midwest area keeps up, we
may need some of this equipment!
log is at the stage where I have just finished
putting up the frame/bulkheads and bottom stringer
on my Pathfinder.
Leo Hill sent
link: "One of largest and fastest passenger
cruisers Voyager, in cyclone Valentina,
middle Mediterranean Sea, 14.02.2005"
was fine for flicking through the web, and I’ve
found Duckworks. I’m also bitten by wooden
boat bug. I have a few free plans for amateur
builders on my website: www.dinghy.pl
Best regards from Poland,
Relax, get your
head clear and then tune-in to this
video aboard the French MaxiCat, Orange
IV, at speed. The sensation of real power and
speed is palpable.
Oh... yeah... it's a New year.
Go kick some butt - Chris
has an interesting photo
site with a number of boatbuilding albums
and other interesting stuff including a Piccup
Pram and the homemade rowing machine shown here.
Captions are all in Dutch.
I have finally
got a new website up on the web. It is not as
flash as the previous one, but I have written
it myself and I am able to edit it as much as
I like. The address is the same as before: baysidewoodenboats.com.au
send this link to a YouTube
video showing a big trimaran flying an Ama
while two waterskiers follow.
I finally managed
to get my original building photo's scanned
and into a web page. Anyone interested in a
Build can see it HERE.
Andy C - Adelaide, South Australia
a suggested link
for “webwatch”, from the scuzbums.
it's Joe Millard's Simplicity
14 from Selway-Fisher
Here is an
with two completed projects: A Pooduck Skiff
and a Handy Billy.
plans a while back now. I built the building
jig and got as far as the first two frames and
also cut out the bottom panel. You can see my
Think you guys could find a reasonable source
for oil/kerosene nav lights? My boat can be
- you'll see why I'm looking for those lights
-Chris Collins - Vermont
is all about sailing in Florida. I hope to host
a forum specific to our issues and publish articles
about boating in Florida, with an emphasis on
sustainable/responsible use of our resources.
Jon Van Vuren
Here is the
story of the guy who 360'ed and was dismasted
while trying to round Cape Horn recently in
his 44 ft ketch.
"bunch of sailing videos put together with
music by POD."
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