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Published 10.04.2015 | Author : admin | Category : Sailboat Drawings

Yes, a little pricey, but you do get computer generated, highly accurate patterns and some of his books are translated, albeit not all.
I am an enthusiastic fan of Francois Vivier's designs and if is a bit of a puzzle to me that they do not get more of a run on the WBF. My particular favourite and prospective build is 'Meaban', one of his trailable cruiser designs. Back on thread, there are a lot of Vivier?s boats around here.His eye for a line is enough to make one run to the boatshop. As I procrastinate the Aussie dollar has firmed a little against the Euro and I have saved $36 by sitting on my bum for 6 months. Realizacj± Projektow Spo?ecznych i Programow Unii Europejskiej, zarowno od strony merytorycznej, jak i formalnej, zajmuje sie Prezes Katarzyna Piotrowska.
Our October issue, which features the design story of Francois Vivier (to which this piece is a supplement), is on sale now. We saw a few Ebihens sailing at the Semaine Du Golfe du Morbihan this year in the 15ft, 16ft and 18ft guises. The misainier boats with a single lug sail, used for inshore fishing in south Brittany during the first half of the 20th cnetury, have clearly been an inspiration for many of Vivier’s dinghy designs but this design is a true historical interpretation, designed after painstaking work measuring wrecks and half models.
This entry was posted in Articles, Design, History and tagged Ebihen 16, Jeanne J, Sant Budog, VIvier encore, Viviver. Her recent work included a complete re-decking, to an swept-ish pattern but with no king plank – the hallmark of the yard where she was originally built.
A group of French therapists has addressed the ills of our fast-moving, increasingly isolated lives with a new initiative to provide solace by building wooden boats, writes Roger Barnes. A Votre Sante, as they are known, has chosen the Meaban, a Francois Vivier design (above), as the boat to build, and the first one is in build now.
She is being built by participants young and old in order to help bridge the generation gulf, another problem identified by the association. Boatbuilder Elmar Specht (above) recently started a restoration project on the biggest single-masted jollenkreuzer ever built. Jollenkreuzers, light, beamy centerboarders, are not well-known in Britain, but in Germany they were (and are) popular boats on the lakes and rivers. Also in Elmar’s yard, Wischhafen as it is named, is the 7-M yacht Svea (above), built in Finland in 1914 for another luminary – Alfred Nobel (CB291). An electric boat dating from 1899 was recently restored at Hall’s Boatworks in Lake George, New York, reports Dag Pike. Wenoa is a 32ft (9.8m) Elco launch originally delivered to the FR Smith yard on Lake George where she was used to demonstrate the capabilities of electric boats.
A new design from the Stephens Waring office is for a 24ft (7.3m) spirit-of-tradition trailable half-decker.
Uroxsys, the NZ-made polyurethane wood finish, has been brought under the Awlgrip brand, part of the AkzoNobel organisation. We reported work on the 75ft C&N yacht Yali in last month’s Yard News – but without a pic. This entry was posted in Yard News and tagged 7-M class, 7-M yacht, A Votre Sante, Alfred Nobel, Awlgrip, Awlwood, Batsnickeri, boatbuilder, Bristol Channel Pilot Cutter, Einstein, Elco boat, Elmar Specht, Glenear, Hilanwer, Jollenkreuzer, Neglinge yard, new designs, Nobel, oldest electric boat, Refanut, Riva Ariston, Riva Restoration, Riva restorer, S&S, Southampton Yacht Services, Sparkmans and Stephens, Stephens Warings, Svea, SYS, Tom Neale, Uroxsys, varnish, Vivier, Wenoa, Wilhelm Von Hacht, Wischhafen, wooden motorboat, wooden yacht restoration, Yali, Yard News. We are starting to see the odd boat built by British boatbuilders to the designs by the French sail-and-oar maestro Francois Vivier.
In serendipitous symmetry (to the story above, that is!), another Essex-based boatbuilder, Jamie Clay, who helped us judge our last CB awards, was alongside Fabin Bush with another lovely, small sail-and-oar craft in clinker ply – this one from the British sail-and-oar maestro – Iain Oughtred of course.


This entry was posted in Articles, New Classics and tagged Aber, Brian Kennell, Fabian Bush, Guillemot, Jamie Clay, New Classics August 2014, Oughterd, Smack's Boat, Vivier. This Ebihen 18 sailing boat designed by Francois Vivier was built at the Boat Building Academy at Lyme by Edward Hoogewerf and Neil Walker with help from other Academy students. The 18ft strip planked sailing boat with water ballast is constructed in glass-sheathed Douglas fir, and is to be rigged as a gaff cutter. I am looking for informations about ebihen 18, for I would like to built one myself : can you tell me what you think about the sailing performances of this boat: are you satisfied? 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.
I have tried both the sprit-sail sloop rig and the dipping lug, and at the time I sold the boat, I was using a standing lug sail. To get WoodenBoat delivered to your door or computer, mobile device of choice, etc, click WB Subscriptions.
Just thought I would make a gentle prod on the merits of my favourite small boat designer and you have to remind the world of my procrastination and sloth!
Zamkniete odbywaj± sie na Panstwa zlecenie, z wybranego zakresu tematycznego oraz wybranej przez Panstwa formy szkolenia. Again, there we see the traditional misainier (lug) rig, straight out of the pages of Breton workboat history – although a gaff cutter rig is also available.
Noirmoutier is an island just south of the mouth of the River Loire on France’s Atlantic coast. This was fitting enough, as it was in Sweden – at the Neglinge yard – that she was built in 1955, with the magnificent design brief to be “the fastest yacht in Sweden”. She is only 22ft 4in (6.8m) long but has four berths, as well as a handy gaff sloop rig, a lifting centreboard and a pretty, seakindly hull.
Hilanwer is a 50sqm class, 36ft (11m) long and 10ft (3m) in beam, built by Drews Yard in Hamburg in 1936 to a design by Wilhelm von Hacht.
Having saved an old Ewer (Elbe sailing barge) from scrap last year, Elmar and his team are now trying to rescue one of the oldest working Bristol Channel Pilot Cutters, Glenear, built c1880 and now lying half planked in a shed near a museum scheduled for demolition in February. Elco, the Electric Launch Company, was based in Bayonne, New Jersey, and started building electric launches for the 1894 World’s fair in Chicago.
The original electric motor and its controller have been fully restored by Elco experts, but the original Edison batteries have been replaced many times. The ‘Signature Twenty Four’, will be built by students at the Northwestern School of Wooden Boat-building, Washington State this summer, in strip plank. A new range of products, to be called Awlwood MA (for marine aliphatic), and incorporating Uroxsys technology, will be launched globally this year. So here she is at Southampton Yacht Services, looking great and due for a spring finish, when she’ll sail back to her home on the Italian coast. Adrian Donovan has built a beautiful, highly-specced Morbic 12 – and now this, the 1985-designed 14ft 5in (4.3m) Aber, built pretty much true to design by Essex-based builder Fabian Bush for Dick Wynne, owner of one of our favourite nautical publishers – Lodestar.


She’s the 11ft 6in Guillemot design, with lightweight bamboo spars and lightweight oars by James Byam Shaw, using obeche for the blades, and Douglas fir on the looms.
Try scrolling down, clicking on the 'older posts' button at the bottom of this page - or try the search gadget! This is a boat that I have imagined, drawn, built in my garage, and finally launched in 1985. I really like the sprit-sail - it is uncommon yet typical of many Northern European boats. One Youkou-Lili won the "Great Glenn Raid" in its category in Scotland, which proves the quality of the boat. I have been looking for a daysailor that would be comfortable for up to four people (usually two). Tracing out the templates on the body plan, knowing the station spacing, all the actual offsets could be picked up easily.
The plans and patterns are not 'cheap' but they are good value as they are high quality and you have access to Francois for ongoing support if necessary. The Ebihen dinghies, inspired by the little fishing boats of St Jacut in North Brittany, are intended to be be dependable workhorses for family days out or fishing. The job will include replacing all steel ribs and the centerboard trunk – including the centerboard itself, which is 8ft (2.4m) long. Subsequently the yard built a range of motor cruisers, then switched to military production during World War Two and went on to build nuclear submarines.
In her day Wenoa could voyage the length of Lake George and back, 68 miles, on one charge with a maximum speed of 12 knots.
Another yacht, still at the drawing board stage (though commissioned thus far), is for a 144ft (44m) SoT ketch. The Ariston is smaller than the famous Aquarama with more models sold (more than 1,000 in fact) between 1950 and 1974. In 2004 I updated all the drawings, incorporating many improvements and making construction easier. Dick is downsizing from a larger boat, apparently, and will take Aber on the Falmouth Raid later this September. You have to gybe (pass the yard from one side to the other, which can be done within seconds with practice), but it is the best performing of the traditional rigs, due to the sail always being well away from the mast.
Besides the existing one, I provide a new sail plan consisting of lug sail and jib, very suitable for this long hull. Price for a similar boat, ready to go with rig and oars, is around ?16,000 or a little more. Whether sailing or rowing, Youkou-Lili always got first place in any sail and oar contests it participated in.
But the difficulty of finding good quality large planks notwithstanding, I realised the boat could be built with plywood, without this substitution being apparent. The plywood is painted, and this conforms to the aesthetics of a small traditional boat.




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