Classic Boat picked this up first, but I think it’s worth repeating. Carol Hasse has her boat worked out seriously well, and for boat users there’s always something to learn – or at least to understand even if we don’t adopt the same methods.
And then there’s this:
Port Townsend Sails: A Woman, A Place, A Passion from Paul Shapiro on Vimeo.
When I was a kid, I decided that anyone who could build a clinker built boat and make all those beautifully shaped pieces of timber fit tightly together must be some sort of wizard. I’m still inclined to think so.
See Marcus Lewis’s website.
The Boat Building Academy at Lyme Regis has written to say that its programme of short courses for 2015 is now online.
BBA staffer Jane Cashin says that new courses included in next year’s programme are Basic woodworking 2, Furniture making and Introduction to GRP.
To book a course or buy a gift voucher, contact Jane and colleagues on tel +44(0)1297 445545 or email email@example.com. Alternatively you can download an application form from the website and send it to the BBA;s address, which is also on the website.
Also, I wondered if your readers might like to know about the new online epoxy magazine called Epoxycraft? Some of our graduates and current students have recently contributed to its regular section on projects. The site has lots of news and tips about working with epoxy in boat construction, maintenance and repair.