For more information on this boat, please fill in the following form and we will contact you shortly. I must admit the last time I put down Dynel was a very long time ago but I did like the result , that said I'm certainly open to improvements . If you leave the weave partly unfilled on deck to provide grip as I think you may have been suggesting, where you fill the weave around the edge you'll end up with a lip. I sprinkled sugar crystals into it and washed them out ( dissolved them with water ) after. I'd say it depends on quite a few different factors, including the paint and method of non-skid used, for example a soft paint will likely wear quite a bit quicker than a two pack paint.. From Williamstown, over the West Gate Bridge, then all the way round to Yaringa on Western Port. I once took a Tumlaren mast home from Port Adelaide to Norton Summit in the Hills, on top of a Morris Minor. Offered For Sale for the first time in years, is the beautiful restored Paynesville Fishing Boat Memory. Ohlson Yawl 35' (Melbourne, Australia)Designed and built in Sweden in 1962, a beautiful Honduras mahogany on white oak frames yawl. Iain Oughtred Fulmar Sail Boat (Australia)Built in 2005, this Oughtred-designed 17' Fulmar is of clinker marine ply construction. STRUEN MARIE - 35' Classic Timber Sloop (Sydney, NSW)Launched in 1950 and based on a Robert Clark design, Struen Marie won the 1951 Sydney-to-Hobart race. AURIEL - 26-foot Huon Pine Cruising Yacht (NSW Australia)Believed to have been built in the 1930s in Tasmania, AURIEL is a stylish huon pine sailing vessel set up for cruising.
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Built in Ballina in 1945 and used as a commercial fishing trap boat until 1977, Ocean Brumby has been converted into an ideal boat for entertaining friends and family. Ocean Brumby is used regularly by her current owner to cruise the waters of Pittwater and Hawksbury, often appearing at local wooden boat festivals, where she hosts the band playing on her after deck, and acts as the start boat for PAC yacht races. She is maintained to a high standard and was re-corked in September 2005 and last anit-fouled in October 2010. Large propped engine hatch opens to give excellent access to all mechanicals, batteries and tankage. To port there is ample storage in inbuilt drawers and cupboards with a worktop, wine rack and wine glass rack.
In the centre there is a large lift-up table and director chairs to seat 6 to 8 in comfort.
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Follow this guide for building a wooden rowboat that is easy to build, transport and store. Maddie added this to Guest Picks: Bookshelves for Kids' RoomsFor a nautical-themed kid's room, these boat bookshelves would be just the ticket.


The 262 XSF is a forward seating Sportfish model, derived from our popular 262 Sportfish, and delivers the ultimate in sportfishing action and performance. De overige werkzaamheden, zoals motor revisie, chroom en lakwerk worden uitgevoerd door Wooden Boat. Bangkok and the surrounding areas has a busy race schedule - almost every weekend there is a boat racing event within a hours drive, from 26cc to small electric the competition is fierce and at international standard. I have been aboard various trawlers and fishing boats with their flying bridges, and while they afford protection from wind and weather, I felt that they isolated me from the environment.
This 7 foot 6 inch clinker style stem dinghy is our highest selling little boat and probably our most attractive one. On that note if the cover has been set that way the interior may be a festering potential mushroom farm.
This could be very good indeed but wouldn't it be good to see photos without the cover on?! The interior doesn't look as per the other Randell design that I posted above, I sailed on that boat and watched a good friend build her, very simple and nowhere as constricted inside as Smokey Cape. Good advice Rick but it was actually David Payne that sent me the daughter's email address. And on that note on the TS I'd prefer a bit fatter displacement aft and toward midships with a LOD more like 40 foot.
Living in png makes it very hard for me to come up with a compelling argument in favour of owning a single scull. No doubt - but a nice one (from a distance at least) sold in Adelaide recently for under $60 000. HS is on a swing mooring , which I've struggled with at times , particularly when the arthritis is bad.
The council are putting in a new marina , for which I put in an expression of interest , but now I find out the marina will cost me $3000 a year !.
I've spoken to other blokes with boats on the swing , and none of them trust the council (and nor do I). If we take a spot in the new marina , up comes our swing mooring , and then they have got us !. They can charge anything they like , we would have to take it , as there would be no-where else to go.
So I , and the others (all of us pensioners) have said , no thank you , we will stay on the swing.
I hope I've done the right thing , I'd love the convenience , but thats a big bite , that in all probabliity will bet bigger.
I don't know about down there Rob, but marina berths historically seem to appreciate quite well, that is if they are for sale??? They are counting on Tuna fishermen leaving their boats here , but I can't see that happening . If a new owner bought the yard , and fixed the piers , there would be double the moorings available. Rob, the trouble with Councils acting as developers is that they need to get a return on their investment.
But lets say their marina (with me in it) is only half full , how are they going to get their return on investment ?.They are realy counting on the tuna boat men , but I feel they might be disapponted there. To get WoodenBoat delivered to your door or computer, mobile device of choice, etc, click WB Subscriptions.


I've seen a few jobs where it was wearing off quite badly and I guess that left something of a bad impression . OK if you cut parts of the weave out at intervals to form drains but I'd suggest easier and neater to fill the weave all over to give you a smooth deck from cabin sides over to hull edge then mask up the edges and apply a non skid - or perhaps even another open weave layer on top specifically for the non skid if you wanted to go down the weave for non skid path, leaving the edges smooth.
But as BF said at the acrylic and sugar works well for him, I've had very good results with the off the shelf non skid additives broadcast over two pack paint then added a thin top coat over that and will stick with that formula myself in Larrikin (unless I use a teak veneer).
My last mast transport was a lightweight part carbon 9 meter skiff stick, this one will be just over 11 meters.
I'll be bringing Pipsqueak's mast home next week on the roof racks and using a trailer to `legalize' it. She is 23.6 ft Carvel Hull, built from New Zealand Kauri complete with fibreglass sheathing for effortless maintenance. Her cabin top has been extended by a canvas awning and has side clears that enclose the after deck entertaining area. At the helm she's fitted with a new stainless steel dashboard with modern instruments and has been rewired with halogen free cable. Here are three ideas submitted by readers for old fashioned wooden toys you can make yourself. I'd reckon that the hull MAY be from Quilkeys but the interior may be a quick fixit from somewhere else.
The S&S appears a steal at the money and an interior fitout can be done in stages as you know. From what I remember Alan's later hulls were more of this though not significantly larger in pro rata displacement. They are in a position where if they are too expensive, rather than drop their price they can just eliminate the competition. Countless man hours were spent on an intensive refurbishment from top to bottom, recreating a truly wonderful classic cruiser. It didnt overhang the front of the tow vehicle at all, it was just more than allowed length in front of the hitch or something. Here there is a drop down table that can comfortably accommodate 6 to 8 people seated in directors chairs. Cherana, a particularly nice one, sold earlier this year for less than $90 000 - I don't know how much less.
If I had the money I'd be buying one on the Gold Coast and rent it out, but to eventually use for my H28, knowing that it would be a reasonably sound investment - up there at least. She has an extensive history, has been restored by renown boatbuilder Brett Almond without compromise, and is ready to go.
Powered by a super smooth Twin Cylinder Volvo Penta, Memory is ready for years of lazy Sunday cruises with family, friends and the odd show off to clients. FWIW I saw her maybe abt 10 years back in Port Jackson and she appeared to be very nice but priced out of the usual consumer market.Just saying. A brand new custom made spray hood and cover top off what is a wonderful opportunity to own a piece of Victorian maritime history.



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