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  1. Boat Shelf

    After building a 14'ft rowing skiff, I set about on a design for a smaller version for my office. This one features Mahogany for the breasthook, transom, inwale and outwales, and the shelf edges. Beadboard Pine was used for the back, and Maple for the shelves. The sides are painted plywood. The...
  2. Sea-Going Kayak (17' Guillemot)

    Built from local Red Cedar with Alaskan Yellow Cedar (Cypress) highlights. The hull is essentially finished but I still have not finished the fiberglass, joining the hull and final fitting of the boat. I take a lot of flack over this as this has been an ongoing project for a number of years...
  3. Up the Creek with a Paddle

    I needed a small paddle for the boat I built. I looked at a lot of different designs online and most needed a lot of shaping by hand. What I came up with here is pretty straight forward to build and doesn't require a lot of shaping. I started with a 3/16" thick blank of the paddle shape. Mine...
  4. Putting on the Shutter Plank

    Working on the Shutter plank on the first year project at IYRS. There's a number of steps involved for putting on basically any plank on a boat. The shutter plank is the last plank on the boat. The first step of the process is taking the spiling off the boat. The spiling is what you see in the...
  5. little row boat

    little row boat as a tender for my dad's 28 footer… I did draw it with a cad programm, so I could get developable, flat surfaces to print them for my sheet layout. It was just a test for accuracy and of course some fun building it… It is not as stable in the water as I wanted it to be, but...
  6. boat interior

    ..I think it's called a settee in english (not sure), it was a remodeling of my dad's boat
  7. Christmas Paddle Boats

    I made these paddle boats for my grandson for Christmas. I copied the basic pattern from a magazine and added my own styles - different nose shapes and tops. They're made using cyprus (very easy to work with) and no finish was applied (time will tell to see how they hold up under extended...
  8. Summer Breeze sailboat

    Between a new job, various programs we run for and projects we do with disadvantaged kids, building my living roof workshop, and replumbing the house, we ended up pretty burned out come late spring. The county 4H foundation has a big annual fundraiser, we had to go early in the morning to take...
  9. Baby Tender

    Baby cradle for our new granddaughter. Built with mahogany stem, keel and transom, cedar planking and oak frames. Davits are oak. Plans and design purchased from Jordan Wood Boats. I loved this project!
  10. toy box for my granddaughter that bro and i made in his shop in socal

    It took a week of a two week vacation to visit daughter and new baby. she loved the box but said no box for the grandson till I can spend more time with her. Just like a women
  11. Olfara and Stevador

    Olfara and Stevador were two 36 foot Yachts form the same lines plan by Jay R. Benford, one with a "great cabin aft" long keel, and wheelhouse and the other one with traditional outside cockpit design and a fin keel / skeg configuration. I built them in the mid eighties. This post is to invite...
  12. Trimming out a Squirt

    This may bring a smile from the experienced boat builders here, for this my quite beginners work, but this post is more for the LJ's that might think of building a little runabout with their son or daughter someday. A long term winter project that comfortably ends in summer bliss. And just $50...
  13. Boat Windshield

    Boat windows - where to start; this was the main hurdle I had to overcome. I knew this was going to be a challenge for me, and it ultimately was. When I went to visit Marc D. in Kansas; he told me to pick projects that were a challenge for me. This was his no.6 piece of advice for buddy...
  14. Boat dash and side panels

    I built these accent panels for my Donzi Classic 18, a fiberglass performance boat. I started by replacing the original dash panel, which was painted metal. The gauges particularly on the left could be a little hard to read, so I angled the mounts for them towards the driver as part of the...
  15. My First Box For My First Girl!

    This is a cedar box that I made for my daughters 11th birthday, the box is my first real project that I would call square( somewhat) I make the little finger rings or canes, but I don`t do boxes or such but after making this, I like it and may try more. The joints (if that is what you call them)...
  16. Stern teak board for my Glass star 18' boat

    Just finished an epoxy seal on my teak wood stern board for my boat. Oh… and the fishing was great today also. I added a shot of my boat as well. LOL The board could have been left untreated but I decided I liked the color better. The teak just didn't look as good as the gray epoxy. Got it all...
  17. Monk Runabout

    This is a boat my largecraft class at Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding built from January to June. It is a design from the book "How to Build Wooden Boats: With 16 Small-Boat Designs by Edwin Monk". It has 3/8 inch mahogany planking on oak frames with an alaskan yellow cedar deck. The...
  18. Glen L Squirt

    Here is my completed Glen L Squirt Runabout. I started this a year and a week ago, and rolled it out of the garage yesterday. It was built from a set of plans from Glen L Marine. It is 10' 10" long, 52" wide and is powered with a 1957 Johnson 18hp Outboard. Construction is marine grade...
  19. A Kayak for the wife - also a cedar strip boat

    Last September I finished a kayak that I built to use, even though I'd never been in one. (check my last project I posted) After numerous outings trying to do simple things like getting into it, my wife and I took a Kayaking class at the local college. It then started being fun and I had told...
  20. Arr Me Maties: Boat Bed | Custom

    This is a version of my boat bed. The customer wanted a pirate themed bed. I actually built one similar to that. This customer seen it but wanted to add a little extra. First off we added the port holes. These are 6" ports with mirrors behind them. They also wanted the railing around the...
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