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Just Launched at
NW School of Wooden Boat Building


Photos © 2016, Cheryl Barth Photography, all rights reserved.

This year's class of new boatbuilders first built a total of 6 flat bottom skiffs from various designers. Each skiff was built by 10 class members.

The pictured skiff, the first one ready to launch, is a 12' Ed Monk design built of Alaskan yellow cedar on sapele frames. The building took approximately 2 weeks.

Second Annual Drizzle Cruise

March 11 - 14 Exploring waters near Bainbridge Island, the Second Annual Drizzle Cruise is intended to be a ""controlled adventure" outing. The first destination is a semi-remote location with none of the urban distractions. Second destination can include a restaurant mea—always a popular idea after 5 or 6 hours on the water. And, the third destination offers none of the "hotel services" and will allow for a dash of self-sufficiency. Cruise details are posted here.

 

The Traditional
Small Craft Association
Puget Sound Chapter
welcomes you!

We welcome all who enjoy messing about in traditional small craft and invite you join our Yahoo Group and check our calendar for coming events. Please contact us with any questions, or if you would like to join us.
 

Download the first edition of TRADITIONS, our new newsletter.



For more events of interest to Traditional Small Craft enthusiasts see our 2016 Calendar


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