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Ben Crawshaw’s book about cruising the Mediterranean in a craft made using free boat plans
Latest posts at intheboatshed.net
- Rivers of the South – The Thames
- BBA student launch December 2013 – catch up with the ITV News report
- Another Christmas present: the Museum of the Broads calendar
- Ernest Dade’s book of drawings Sail and Oar reprinted by Lodestar Books
- A history of the naval toast
- Nick Smith builds a picarooner hull – and it’s for sale
- The Liverpool Echo previews the refurbished Cunard Building
- International 12 Foot Dinghy plans drawings online
- Save the Shipping Forecast
- Boat Building Academy student launch 9th December
What we’re thinking…
The big move is done. Expect a return of the usual service!
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- Gavin Atkin on Ernest Dade’s book of drawings Sail and Oar reprinted by Lodestar Books
- Nick Ardley on Ernest Dade’s book of drawings Sail and Oar reprinted by Lodestar Books
- sid denham on A traditionally built Tideway at the RYA Volvo Dinghy Show
- Gavin Atkin on Trows on the Fleet this summer
- jay cole on Trows on the Fleet this summer
Tag Archives: kent
A new recording of this striking little song notable for its Shakespearean theme of gender confusion on board ship. I’ve stuck my neck out rather by recording it for Islington Folk Club’s annual Trad2Mad competition for singers who perform unaccompanied, … Continue reading
A photogallery stroll on the River Medway at Allington in Kent, including Dutch barges, a Thames barge yacht, various other craft and an Archimedes screw – I must visit with a larger camera some day, as it’s an impressive … Continue reading
We’re looking forward to a session of sea songs at the Bell & Jorrocks pub at Frittenden, Kent from 2pm on Saturday afternoon. The YouTube clip of me singing Maggie May above should give you a taste, but I’ll be only one … Continue reading