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Published 01.05.2014 | Author : admin | Category : Wooden Boat Building Kits

Below is a video we made of one of the Gartside 10 dinghies - "Selkie" on her launch day. We can custom build to any design - for example those by Iain Oughtred, David Payne, Paul Gartside, John Welsford, Mark Bowdidge, Francois Vivier, Atkin , Bolger B&B etc. We are sole Australian agents for Swallow Boats(UK) including the BayRaider, the Australian importer and re-seller of the world renowned Bruynzeel BS1088 Gaboon Marine Plywood (Lloyds certified), Barton Marine products (UK) and Chesapeake Light Craft (USA). Boat builder and historian Will Stirling has sent in these shots of his latest beautiful 9ft clinker dinghy – Will has a great eye for a photograph and these shots are up to his usual standard, even if it was a miserable day. These dinghies are a regular product line for Devon-based Stirling & Son and should be better known.
Will and his workmates had to cut hundreds of softwood sticks to place between the planks to allow the timber to season – softwood is chosen for the job because it does not stain. By the way, Stirling & Son run twice-yearly courses during which students build their own 9ft traditional dinghy under the guidance of a skilled shipwright. For more posts relating to Stirling & Son boatbuilding projects and boat design work, click here. Would make a good blog post to have a snapshot of all the colleges with their different emphases?
Also could the 9ft be lengthened to say 12ft as this would IMHO make a much more useful boat? I think the Stirling's option would be interesting and would give you a very good idea about your aptitude for traditional boatbuilding, but I doubt it would amount to a re-training.
Have you got news for us?If what you're doing is like the things you read about here - please write and tell us what you're up to. Classic Sailor is a new magazine about traditional and classic boats from ex-Classic Boat editor Dan Houston and colleagues that promises rather more coverage of the traditional craft around our coast.


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Follow me on TwitterLooking for something?This is a busy weblog, and what you're looking for is probably still here - just a little way down the list now. Our Faversham-based friend Alan Thorne can help with boatbuilding projects - constructing to plans in very tidy stitch-and-glue or more traditional techniques. Architectural and design topics focusing on historic restoration and landmark homes of the early 20th century, from the perspective of an Arts & Crafts, Craftsman and Bungalow Home Enthusiast. The original design of the Bolton House (below) differs considerably from the one that stands today at 370 West Del Mar Blvd in Pasadena (above).  Numerous alterations have been made to the home, starting not long after the Culbertsons took ownership. Thanks in large part to the efforts of Ken Ross and his team of highly talented craftspeople, the home was nominated for and successfully placed on the National Register of Historic Places in July of 1980.  Since then, subsequent owners have been conscientious stewards of the home and given it the attention and care that it so rightly deserves.
The wall paneling in the dining room (below) has been recreated using a Honduran mahogany veneer, in a manner similar to what had originally been used.  The alcove that had been added in 1931 (below, background) was outfitted with built-in benches and posts to separate it from the main dining area, giving the nook a more intimate feel. Ascending the main stairwell, the oriel window (above left) is illuminated by indirect northern light and leads to a central hallway upstairs (below) where five bedrooms, each with its own private bath, are found. The master bedroom (below), encompassing the southeast quadrant of the second floor, features a wall of custom closets (not pictured) designed by Henry Greene in 1917 enclosed in cedar cabinetry with mahogany pulls and the omnipresent square ebony pegs. Mal Nicholson has sent me these two photos of a boat he has bought, and which he intends to fettle up for use as a tender with the Humber sloop known as Spider T.
I’d say she was about 16ft in length, or may be a foot or two longer, and that she has a rather nice shape. Late in 2007 we had decided to move from a hot Brisbane (Australia) climate to an Island climate in Tasmania, more precisely to Hobart. If you wish to add more photos (or videos) to your post or if you have any problems loading photos use the link below (there is no need to resize or adjust your photos).


So, before selecting your photo please use the 'Message Box' to indicate to which post the photos belong. We utilise both traditional methods such as carvel or clinker and modern methods such as strip planking, cold molding or clinker plywood. This particular example is mahogany on oak with copper and bronze fastenings, spoon oars, with the name relief-cut with gold leaf. The courses are part-time, running for three days a week for sixteen weeks, and cost ?3,500 including materials. A single clinker dinghy presumably includes only the experiences involved in making that dinghy, whereas I know the courses include experience of a wider range of boat building techniques. Try scrolling down, clicking on the 'older posts' button at the bottom of this page - or try the search gadget!
Mal says he has a mast and sails, but there’s no centreboard and there seem to be no identifying marks. During my volunteering days at the Australian Wooden Boat Festival earlier that year I had developed a friendship with a young shipwright who had a focus on wooden boats. He found a sound 1963 Fazackerly clinker dinghy in need of some TLC, it was on a registered trailer with a 4 HP Seagull engine. I commissioned him to pay the AUD $1,200 and restore her prior to our arrival in Hobart in Feburary 2008.



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