Weekly podcast celebrating the art, craft, history, and tradition of wooden boats!
Neat site with lots of resources… check it out.
An impressive site with lots of various technology, boats, ideas and links. The walkthrough of the boat is impressive with details of the technologies and pictures.
We’ve covered BoatSmith in the past, and they continue to be an interesting site and company to watch. In the last year they have updated their physical facilities and recently updated their web page.
Beautiful work, and I enjoy their blog where they regularly show behind-the-seens boat-building and craftsmanship.
Another person discovers the joy of narrowboat travel in the English canals. I have GOT to do that sometime.
. . . Studies in adhesives, wood butchery, and stinginess
Ken Cupery sent me an updated link to his Paper Boat Page… when checking that out I saw a link to this nifty Paper Canoe site. Some good info on a non-traditional building technique that you might want to check out.
Interesting marine related news and posts… even includes a "Sea Song" each Friday 🙂
Another Diesel Duck being built in Turkey… check out the beginnings of Miss Daisy.
Great news… Abby has been contacted by an aircraft and although apparently her rigging is down, she’s safe. A vessel is on the way to help her out.
This blog is Abby Sunderland’s official web site and has been following her cruise.
The great Panbo Marine Electronics Blog has a good article about using Azek‘s PVC panel for instrument panels.
This is a PVC faced, foam cored product that can be easily worked and glued. Sounds like a nice product. The comments section of the blog has several other links that posters have added to other similar products that probably bear checking out.
Trawlers and Tugs Blog art of the working boat, by Carol Lois Haywood
A nifty and rather eclectic blog with all manner of marine folklore, art and working boat "stuff".