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

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You linked to the Team RAF blog last year as they built their tris for the Everglades Challenge. Now Alan Stewart (SOS of Team RAF and son of Dawn Stewart, SandyBottom of WaterTribe) and his father, Paul, have begun building a Core Sound 20 for the 2008 EC.

Gary Blankenship

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The Boaters TV is a weekly podcast that features mostly power boat stuff but also includes some quirky and techy features. Besides there is the perky, 20 something, anchorperson. it's kind of like Rocketboom with boats.

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Peter at IntronFilm says: "A bad day building wooden boats is better than, well, almost anything else." He has put together a series of short videos showing the construction of a Mill Creek 16.5 - this would be a great tutorial for anyone building a CLC boat.

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Hi,
Just back from a short 3 day trip in my Navigator. I've started a web page to document a few Navigator related things. You might like to check the log and a few pics at Whitsunday Openboat. I will update as new things happen.
Steve Macare

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Phil's Foils specializes in custom rudders and centerboards for sailors. They provide CNC cutting of various materials, do carbon fiber molding over foam shapes and have a small hardware chandlery.

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When I was building my Tender Behind there were times when I wished I could see a picture of what I was trying to do. With that in mind, I have posted many pictures of the Tender Behind build. I hope they help.

George C

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I've finally got around to posting pictures of my One Sheet Skiff...

cheers. Jerry
Canberra. Oz.

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Some of the best small boat plans available have come from the frozen north, and can be seen at Hannu's Boatyard. Half Pea, the Plywood Lath Coracle, the Portuguese Dinghy, the Mini Auray Punt and more are there, along with clear instructions, photos, and some video of the boats in action. - Mike C

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A trailer like this belongs to a paddling friend - it is available from www.rackandroll.com . I am too cheap, I built my own racks to carry my kayak over the bed of my pick-up....

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...here is a link to a how to article from Workbench magazine, that I used to build my rack. They work great, they clamp on the bed rails, I don't think they would work with a toneau cover, though.

Gary K

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Jeff the Pelican builder here. We have moved to a new location and changed our name along with that move. We are now Platypus Boats.

Jeff

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This should be posted on as many Yahoo boat groups as possible. I especially liked Yves-Marie Tanton's comment about the hull design being essentially a beam. Do enjoy the vision of one man's journey.

Chris Ostlind

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Hello Chuck,

For your interest?

Regards

Roy McBride

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Please consider this Puddle Duck Racer photo diary for your list of links to websites showing home built boat projects. Thanks.

Tim Cleary

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Hi Chuck,

I am building a Gary Dierking outrigger sailing canoe, his Ulua design. I am blogging the progress at - Ulua Building...

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... Your readers might also want to know about my main blog, that has lots of other boaty and ocean stuff, not to mention mermaids...

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... I also manage the Norseboat Owners Group site, we have a gallery, trip reports, and a forum...

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... Gary and Connie Hoffman traveled by Norseboat all the way from Minneapolis to Mobile, Alabama. Put that in your pipe and smoke it! He may be doing an article for SCA also.

David Nabors
Norseboat "Searaven"
Sunnyvale, CA

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You guys might want to take a look at this video...

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... and this website for the product, itself. I've been doing this for several years and it works really well. Go easy with the torch and try to practice with some scraps before you do the final thing.

Tyson

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Shorty posted this great story of a PDRacer distance record from a german builder....

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... and there are videos too. Not too many pictures of the guy, though.

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Fleabomb posted this time-lapse video of two guys building a PDRacer in Idaho. Great music!

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The folks over at Glen-L are putting together a calendar for boat builders with lots of purty boats....

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... and here is the regular newsletter with more pictures of purty boats.

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Bill Corey built a multichine stitch and glue pram and posted this album.

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How good are you at docking? Well then try this docking simulator. It's not as easy as it looks even without adding current and wind.

Scott J


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