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. SOLD - PALA - Sloop-Rigged Navigator (Sydney, Australia)John Welesford-designed sloop-rigged Navigator in excellent condition. SOLD - LA MER - New Timber Rowing Boat (Melbourne, Victoria)Brand new clinker-style rowing skiff complete with kauri oars.
SOLD - BULOLO - 20-foot Timber Day Sailer (Sydney)Built in 1954 by Arthur Rigby, Bulolo is a solidly built sailing boat in excellent condition.
Sometimes not all of us bloggers can take our own photographs, and that’s exactly why stock photo websites exist! 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. Sailfish powercats were top-five aluminium fishing boats at Australia’s Greatest Boats three years running. This proud wooden workboat — a wooden pearling lugger from 1908 — represents the chance to own a piece of Australia’s maritime heritage.
KIM is a wooden pearling lugger from West Australia that was used for pearling operations around the country over a long period.
KIM’s long history reflects some intriguing practices relating to vessels used in the industry. However, it had one unique feature – aft sections had a planked heel rather than a more abrupt exposed deadwood, suggesting KIM was re-built to be used as a yacht as well as a working vessel.
KIM also features twin verandah platforms aft that can be raised and lowered, pivoting from the sheerline, from where the crew tending the divers handled the lines and hoses of two or three divers at one time. The lugger’s story goes back to 1908, when a standard 40ft pearler called KIM was built by Murray and Howson in Fremantle, and registered to owners George Streeter and Arthur Male. KIM remained operating in the North West until she was commandeered by the Royal Australian Navy in 1942, but survived war service unlike many other luggers taken over by the military, and in 1948 KIM returned to the pearling fields, finally being retired from the industry in the 1990s, when KIM worked as a charter vessel on Darwin Harbour until 2006. Current owners Dean and Susan O’Loughlin have a passion for the history of the Top End of Australia and felt the need to preserve and protect such a significant vessel to ensure locals and visitors alike would have the opportunity to experience a traditional working pearl lugger.


Currently based in Darwin Harbour and in survey for up to 34 persons, she can be purchased as either a business or as a leisure vessel. Although now retired, KIM still holds a pearl shell license, and with authentic artifacts and information on display of a bygone era, KIM really is a link to a colourful piece of Australia’s history. The item you are attemping to add to compare is a different subtype to the items(s) in your list. Here are three ideas submitted by readers for old fashioned wooden toys you can make yourself. Although most of its existing structure probably dates from 1958 and changes made in the 1970s, she has a story that goes back to 1908. It still retains the final arrangement used by traditional sail-powered craft up until they were retired from operation in the 1980s. From 1912 to 1927 KIM was sold or relicensed to about seven different owners and in 1931, underwent a rebuild that saw significant alterations, including having an engine fitted. The hull is carvel planked with a heavy sheer strake and has the classic shallow, moderate deadrise hull shape used by Broome luggers to suit drying-out on the low tide mud flats.




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