Listed below are the fine websites who have chosen, for whatever reason, to link to this site.  If you would like to join this group, write me at:   with the pertinent information. 
  • Acme Outboard Motors
    We take in vintage iron that is starving for attention and restore it to sleek running condition.
  • All Volunteer Yacht Club
    An award winning boating site, offering fun online and an e-zine with nautical jokes, trivia and much more!
  • Arrowhead Boats
    Your online source for custom boats and canoes to carry you on all your adventures!
  • Bayside Wooden Boats
    Established by Ross Lillistone to build traditional boats using modern methods
  • Berry Boats
    Small boats built in traditional solid wood and plywood as well as repair and maintenance service for boat and yacht owners in the North Devon (UK) area.
    Simple plywood boat plans for the home builder.
    connecting boatbuilders and designers on the web, highlighting innovations in both small and large powerboat design
    the most complete collection of Boating Links on the Internet
  • Boat Owners World
    Directory - Classifieds - Forum - News
  • Brad's Boat Pages
    'Fanny', 'Mr. Bigglesworth' and other projects
  • Capt'n Pauley Video Productions
    a small multimedia production company doing boating related eBooks, videos, DVDs and CDs.
  • CKD Boats
    A South African company offering a wide range of products and services including John Welsford plans and kits.
  • Clarksville Boat Works
    Hand Crafted Plywood/Epoxy Pirogues
    The Best Plywood/Epoxy Pirogues in The Midwest!
  • Common Sense Boats
    Where you can build a better boat than you can buy
  • Compass Rose Review
    Blog written by Peter H. Spectre, editor of Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors magazine, former editor of WoodenBoat magazine.
  • Crazybird - The Caledonia Yawl
    Nick Grainger's wonderful homage to the Iain Oughtred design, and his own boat: 'Crazybird'. Also articles, discussion, and The Voyage of the Aegre.
  • Custom Marine Labels
    Custom Marine Labels is the best source for custom capacity plates, safety placards, and totally custom labels suitable for any application!
  • Dix Yacht Design
    Boat plans for all sizes, from the 8ft Dixi Dinghy stitch & glue yacht tender to the Hout Bay 70 cruiser, of wood, plywood, fiberglass composite, steel and aluminum
  • Ed's Wooden Boat Loft
    Ed Jones displays his passion by documenting several boat building projects
  • Flapdoodle Dinghy
    A do-it-yourself rigid plywood 8 foot sailboat that folds flat to about 4 inches thick.
  • Flying Dutchman Sailboat
    Watch as Kevin Schmidt totally rebuilds an aging Flying Dutchman sailboat from the ground up.
  • Frank's Boatbuilding Page
    Lots of good information and links
  • Free Boat Design Resources
    Gavin Atkin's classic website - tons of free designs and other information for boat builders
  • Gator Boats
    These modern versions of traditional swamp boats, are not fancy, and they are not complicated, and they are not hard to build.
  • Geezer Boatworks
    In which Chief Cook & Bottle Washer Browne suggests that the best boats are slow, salty powerboats.
  • Geodesic Airolite Boats
    Unique build-at-home Ultra Light Canoes, Whitehalls and Sailing Dinghies, consisting of a fabric covered wooden framework.
  • Guide to Sailing and Cruising Stories
    Lots of cruising and general boating information here
  • Hector's Floatable Boatables
    Bolger boats, Civilian Aircraft Carrier, The Thousand Islands, Houseboats, and more...
  • Herkimer & Perkins
    We build backyard boats and mess about in our boats in Buffalo, New York. Lots of photos and logs.
  • The Home Boat Builders Page
    Tom Raidna site was started in 1998 and is one of the oldest boat building sites around. A number of interesting projects are detailed
  • HR Solutions-PolySails
    Dave Gray's Polytarp sail page
  • James Francis Boats
    Guides and plans to build two interesting Pacific Proas
  • Jamestown Distributors
    a great source of woodworking supplies, specializing in fasteners, epoxy, paint, tools, hardware and more
  • Jim Michalak's Newsletter
    Twice a month, Jim posts a new issue with lots of good boat building advice, and news
  • John Welsford Small Craft Design
    Rowing Boats - Sailing Boats - Power Boats
    Boat plans for the home boat builder
  • JW Builders
    A website for builders of the Sundowner and Swaggie sail boats
  • Light Schooner, The
    Tim Fatchens wonderful presentation of Bolger boats
  • Logosol Portable Sawmills
    Perfect for boat builders! Get a truly portable sawmill and produce quality lumber! You can run the sawmill with a chainsaw, an electric saw, a bandsaw or a log house moulder. Free video and catalogs!
  • POR15 Coatings
    Unlike paint which relies on solvent evaporation, POR-15 cures by drawing moisture from the atmosphere
  • McFeely's
    online source of square drive screws in stainless and silicon bronze
  • Mother of all Maritime Links
    The last word in links, and it should be your first stop for surfing the 'net
  • Nautical Follies
    Watch as Alan "Maddog" MacBride builds Tom McNaughton's 'Penny' (among other things)
  • Nautical Notions
    a collection of nautical quotations, terms, jokes and lots more - for those long watches.
  • New Jersey Maritime Research
    Steam bending and New Jersey Maritime History
    Online shopping for nuts, bolts, screws, washers, assortments and hardware items. Standard, metric and stainless steel fasteners.
    Dave Perillo's website dedicated to the fine art of cruising in open boats.
  • Pop-pop-Steamboats Forum
    Also known as the "pop-pop engines, hot-air engines, solar energy, thermoelectrics, model trains, bamboo flyrods and model steamboats" group.
  • Puddle Duck Hatch
    A Puddle Duck Hatch is a mass build of Puddle Duck Sail boats. It is an annual event held in Summerland BC, Canada.
  • Rugludallur
    This website documents the construction of a steel sailboat by Carl & Jarl. Lots of good information about tools and techniques for steel boat building.
  • Sailboats To Go
    Add-on sail rigs for canoes, kayaks and inflatables. Strap a mast, rudder, leeboard and sail to almost any boat. No drilling required.
  • SailingTexas
    If you sail in Texas, particularly in the Highland Lakes area, you need to visit this site. The best sailboat classifieds and a huge collection of sailboats.
  • Scavenger Backwater Motors
    When you need to get to hard to reach places
  • Scuzbums
    Southern California Small Boat Messabout Society
    Christer Byström's links to boats for ordinary people
  • Shallow Water Sailors
    The SWSers are trailer sailors who enjoy sailing on water so thin it can be termed a "heavy dew."
  • Simplicity Boats
    A super website put together by David Beede who was the winner of the 2001 Duckworks design contest.
  • Skiffkits
    Wood Components for Tolman Skiffs & Wooden Boat Building Supplies Custom CNC Design & Cutting
  • Spirit Sails
    Kayak and canoe sailing with their simple, compact and ultralight sailrig is more user-friendly and fun than ever.
  • Stoney Creek Wooden Boat Shop
    small wooden boats for rowing and sailing, contemporary methods, traditional in design & detail, available for custom work and commissions
    This site aims to gather together information and resources to assist the many Swaggie plan buyers.
  • Swallow Boats
    Swallowboats make high quality, easy to build, traditional style kit boats.
  • Tosh Custom Boatworks
    Centerboards, Rudders, Tillers, Masts, Handrails, Toerails, Cleats, Inclinometers, Hatch Covers - located East Texas
  • Triloboats
    Full Cabin Expedition Cruiser for two adults plus - Build at home or on location - Based on Phil Bolger's Birdwatcher concept - Extensive plans package.
  • Trinity Marine
    Nautical antiques and marine collectables: artifacts, scientific & navigation instruments, antique diving helmets & equipment, Royal & merchant navy artifacts and authentic Ships fittings
  • Woodenboat New Zealand
    A great content rich website focused mostly down under
  • Woodworker's Workshop
    The largest collection of organized do it yourself projects and information available on the Internet.