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Fed up with searching using Google, only to have to deal with a huge, messy list of irrelevant results?
So am I. To solve this problem I’ve set up a customised search facility aimed at traditional boats, boatbuilding and restoration, primarily with a UK emphasis.
Try it out now! It’s only at the very beginning at the moment, but I think it’s already producing interesting results. For example, try searching on the term ‘schooner’ using the standard Google search engine, and then try the same search here:
Over the months, I’m planning to develop it by adding each relevant web address I come across, and by excluding irrelevant pages.
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While I’m thinking about canoes, here are some more killer links made available via the Web by Craig O’Donnell, a man whose Cheap Pages have become a point of pilgrimage for those fascinated by the canoeing Victorians and Edwardians.
I’d like to start with Practical Canoeing by Tiphys. This really is a gem – a reasonably light and short piece of material to read, but packed with details about hulls, rigging, fittings and the rest.
Now check out the range of Continue reading Tiphys treatise – the canoeists’ bible of 1883