December Webwatch  
By Duckworks Readers

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If you know of something that would be of interest to our readers, please send me a link - chuck@duckworksmagazine.com

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This is a video of the testing procedures used by Finewoodworking it's a very thourough test. Unfortuneatly you must read the results in the July issue.

Carl

 
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The 17ft Wheelyboat Mk.III was commissioned by the Wheelyboat Trust for use by wheelchair anglers on European rivers and lakes.

Chris Partridge

 
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Here is a video of The Nova Scotia annual pumpkin regatta..

Bryant Owen

 
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Larry Whited runs a nice website for Sea Pearls

 
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Here are some parts suppliers for Chrysler OBs:

Scott Dunt

 
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Dave Perillo has begun a list of Google Earth files which will take you to the best cruising grounds on earth.

suggested by Steve Earley

 
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Sztrandek has an English version of web page and plans.

Robert Hoffman

 
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Black Dog Kayaks is giving away t-shirts, coffee mugs, baseball caps, and even the occasional paddle in a monthly sweepstakes on their Bulletin Board.

Joel Fleischer

 
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Chuck

Think about this application potential when it comes to looking at the route finding issues surrounding nautical charts. WOW, where could we go from here within our own boating needs?...

 
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... Here is another one. I have found that graphic representations of complex issues is the absolute best method for relating the story telling process to non-aware people.

ChrisO

 
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This is an all-weather product I learned about from people in the banner business. I thought this would be a good product for making sails out of polytarp and tyvek. Might be good for repairs also.
Stacy Smith

 
click to enlarge In case you have not visited Peter Spectre's blog "Compass Rose Review" lately, it is high time you did.
 
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Here is a Video from sailboatstogo.com describing their drop-in rowing unit with stabilizers for canoes

 
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The November/December 2007 issue of Classic Yacht is out.

 
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Chuck
I thought I'd drop a couple of items that way be of interest to your readers. I run a website called Nessmuking.com, which has a couple of free kayak plans available...

 
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... I'm also building a cedar strip kayak based on a kayak built for Ken Taylor in Igdlorssuit, Greenland in 1959. Here is part 1...

 
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... and here is part 2. And part three is going to come out soon. Hopefully, the links above will interest your readers.

Brian Hansel

 
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I recently returned from Voyageurs National Park at the US/Canadian Border on a week long canoe sailing trip. Incredible in every way. Article is on my website, if you are interested in linking to it. Thanks,
John Haugen-Wente

 
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Carl posted this account of our recent sail on Galveston Bay.

Bill Tosh

 
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Chuck,

Very nice interview on Furledsails.com -I enjoyed listening to it much.

Cheers,
David Graybeal

 
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I've set up a i550 website at http://www.i550.org. It
provides registration, forums, and best of all, a Build Log.

Matt B

i550 plans here

 
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Visit Adam Bolonsky's website for a video on Greenland rolling for beginners.

 
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Among my "paddling friends" I am know as a strong advocate for single bladed paddled in canoes. Most have commented the excavator in this video has a single blade!

Jose Joven

 
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Matt Langenfeld of JEM Watercraft is the designer and he is giving away
the plans for the basic version of a kayak absolutely FREE OF CHARGE!

Ken Grome

 
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Alan Stewart of team RAF is building a Core Sound 20 for the 2008 Everglades Challenge.

Gary Blankenship

 
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I just discovered this great flickr album. It is a step by step record of rigging an OZ PDRacer. Great use of the flikr format to create a tutorial.

 
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Here is the website I have set up for the Texas 200. Sort of a raid, sort of an expedition. We encourage all to come sail with us.

SAILS

EPOXY

GEAR