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- Sailing and rowing the North West Passage in an open boat
- Can we save UK’s oldest fishing vessel, celebrate the unique Fal Oyster and help recruit youth into a traditional sailing fleet?
- 1812 style warship will set sail this summer
- Dazzle-painted warships of World War I
- The Rakish Young Fellow
- Rescue Wooden Boats folks continue boat restoration, organise fishing family meet and build their archives
- How a tv interview on a sailing ship ended rather abruptly
- Late 1930s Norfolk punt for sale
- Barge rowing on the Thames
- Jennie of Paglesham: pretty little gaff cutter for sale
Boatbuilding help available
Our Faversham-based friend Alan Thorne can help with boatbuilding projects - constructing to plans in very tidy stitch-and-glue or more traditional techniques. Contact him by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07865 091155
What we’re thinking…
The big move is done. Expect a return of the usual service!
Free boat plans that work
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Who’s talking at intheboatshed?
- Gavin Atkin on 12 metre Sharpies at Wells, Norfolk
- Andrew Dart on 12 metre Sharpies at Wells, Norfolk
- Gavin Atkin on Harrison Butler and the Harrison Butlerians
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- Gavin Atkin on Rescue Wooden Boats folks continue boat restoration, organise fishing family meet and build their archives
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[ad#intheboatshed-post] Regular intheboatshed.net reader Paul Mullings found this skiff on a beach while strolling by the Manukau Harbour, Auckland, New Zealand and was so uplifted by its simple elegance that he decided to send in a clutch of photos. ‘Hi … Continue reading
[ad#intheboatshed-post] Legendary catboat Silent Maid Edwin Schoettle’s classic Sailing Craft published in 1928 is a fabulous big old book of nearly 800 pages – so I hope no-one will mind me posting a few of them. And perhaps my post … Continue reading
[ad#intheboatshed-post] One exhibit at the Beale Park Thames Boat Show made the case that the recently deceased designer Phil Bolger should be remembered for his very pretty boats as well as his boxy easy-to-build plans. This is an almost-complete Bolger … Continue reading