A simple practical little row/sail/electric motor floating fishing
barge designed by me.
of a Rogue
The river running through the city of Hobart, Tasmania is one
of the most beautiful small boat cruising grounds anywhere.
Steele's Model Yacht Column
Mark Steele on a wonderful world of small boats.
Years Before the Mast
It is a painful thing for a boat builder to not only be without
a boat but also to be in a financial situation that does not
allow him to build one.
Gulfcoast Small Craft Festival #7
Talk a walk around this great festival.
it Longer - Or, Easy Angles
A treatise on scarf joining stringers for your next boat by
About four years ago I purchased a set of plans for John Welsford's
lug sailed Houdini and that was where it ended.
As I pushed Piglet, my West Wight Potter 14 sailboat, away from
the beach, I did so with a heavy heart. For this would be our
last sail together.
We are big fans of Jim Michalak's designs and like to let you
know when there is a new issue of his newsletter.
Annie - A Navigator 15ft Yawl - Pt 3
Starting with the gunwales, the build continues...
Bunch of Dinghies
The Benbow Cafe looked out on the harbor like an ancient seagull
facing the wind... A story from Paul Austin...
- Part Two
Helensboat, A Jim Michalak Trilars Continued.
- Part One
The genesis for this boat came a few years ago at the end of
an Everglades Challenge.
Festival's Celebration of Wooden Boats
The second Jacaranda Festival's celebration of Wooden Boats
was held on the first weekend of November last year.
Where You Want To Be
Anchoring is a somewhat fraught experience for a lot of small
Having been so infected some time ago, WoodenBoat's recent Design
Challenge blew a little breeze over the embers and Nomad was
John Welsford talks of travel and visiting friends in his blog. John Welsford is coming to the USA. Here are some details of his trip and a chance to help out a bit.
Well what can I say. This was probably the best sailing weekend
of my life!
a Coopers Mast
I'm not for giving blood sacrifices to the tool god's; they
get enough as it is, so here's a how to on mast making.