February Webwatch  
By Duckworks Readers

January

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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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!

Aquatic Velocipedes

Pete

 
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My building log is at the stage where I have just finished putting up the frame/bulkheads and bottom stringer on my Pathfinder.

Rick Corless

 
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Leo Hill sent this YouTube link: "One of largest and fastest passenger cruisers Voyager, in cyclone Valentina, middle Mediterranean Sea, 14.02.2005"

 
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Christmas time 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,
Radoslaw

 
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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

 
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Hi,
I uploaded new pics of my Swaggie...
Launching close...
Rds
Luis
www.swaggie-uruguay.com.uy

 
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Spotted on the Selway-Fisher forum, this Lynx 14, "Millibee" blog...

 
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Robert Wagenvoort 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.

 
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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

Ross Lillistone

 
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Tim Pickles built a super simple stern wheeler.

Shorty

 
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Chris Ostlind send this link to a YouTube video showing a big trimaran flying an Ama while two waterskiers follow.

 
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Here is a blog site for Ray who is building a Selway-Fisher Explorer 16 Canoe

 
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I finally managed to get my original building photo's scanned and into a web page. Anyone interested in a Welsford Navigator Build can see it HERE.

Andy C - Adelaide, South Australia

 
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Here’s a suggested link for “webwatch”, from the scuzbums. it's Joe Millard's Simplicity 14 from Selway-Fisher

Kim Apel

 
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Here is an interesting website with two completed projects: A Pooduck Skiff and a Handy Billy.

 
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I purchased the Pathfinder 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 progress HERE.

Michael Harding

 
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Hey Chuck,
Think you guys could find a reasonable source for oil/kerosene nav lights? My boat can be seen HERE - you'll see why I'm looking for those lights

-Chris Collins - Vermont

 
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FLsail.com 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

 
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Here is the CNN story of the guy who 360'ed and was dismasted while trying to round Cape Horn recently in his 44 ft ketch.

 
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More YouTube: "bunch of sailing videos put together with music by POD."

submitted by Benjy

 

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