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Steele's Model Yacht Column
Mark Steele on a wonderful world of small boats.
Bag for Canoe-Skin
I always wanted a foldable-canoe.
I would like to start with a tale of a 40 mile row camping trip.
Building Sagita: A John Welsford Truant
I like small, open boats with traditional sail rigs, and sailing
for me has to be simple, fun, and inexpensive.
This boat was built as a “prop” for a week long
performance at the Bristol Baptist Church.
The very first time I saw the Toto plans I kind of fell for the shape, but I'd set my mind on a
strip build so Toto was out. That was 2009.
I built and started sailing my Skylark 6 in 2006 and never really
thought about building a dolly for it until recently.
Back on New Years day I was looking forward to what I hope will
be the best years sailing that I've had in a very long time.
again and the Big Easy
We drug bottom leaving the marina even though we left at high
Sailing @ 60
A few months ago, I put up a forum on Yahoo Groups called Start
Sailing @ 60.”
Ship Construction Notes - Part Two
With the keel laid down, scarfed and set with the inner keel
we are ready to look at the stenpost.
and Cruising in a St. Pierre Dory - Pt 1
With the price of gas over $4/gallon now and commercially build
cruising boats cost more than $1500/ft, how can we afford to
spend time on the water?
Hardest Job in Boatbuilding
For me on my boat it's the job I have just done, it took 15
hours to fit the chines.
"Mary Elizabeth" Became "Highland Lass"
I am, to steal a word from Dave Gerr, a nautophile and never
pass up a chance to tour a marina or see a neat boat that I
I Ended up with a Yard Full of Ducks
I have always had a love of boats, and of the water.
Steve wanted me to say while he built the boat, I built the
article but he really wrote about his great SOF boat.
Alas, all was not well. The bottom of the bulkhead separating
the cabin and cockpit was very soft.