Some odd bits of news in my in-box

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Dylan Winter\'s videolog Keep Turning Left

Dylan Winter’s engaging vlog Keep Turning Left

– A grand naming ceremony for two new Shetland sixareens

Flyer’s Boat Yard restores the Old Pro

•Three Buzzards Bay 30s restored in Maine

Ian Best traditional Shetland boatbuilder

Catalogue for the 2008 Woodenboat show at the Mystic Seaport Museum, Connecticut

Dylan Winter’s engaging video log Keep Turning Left

Shetland museum builds a sixareen

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Chris Partridge who runs the Rowing for Pleasure weblog has posted about this fascinating project to build a traditional sixareen.

Wooden boats by the banks of Milford Haven

Evans Boatwork specialises in building, restoring and repairing wooden craft, and is located close to Milford Marina and the commercial docks at Milford Haven, one of the deepest and most protected harbours in the world.The area is particularly interesting to yachties because it offers cruising in the Bristol Channel and the Irish Sea, and the Cleddau river, which is part of the Pembrokeshire National Park. Evans has a nice little website featuring three of its restoration projects, two of which are of particular interest: a 1960s Shetland skiff and an X boat.

http://www.evansboatwork.co.uk