Nord Vinden on Case inlet
Nord Vinden, a 13' canoe yawl, reaches across Case Inlet on South Puget Sound.
Built by Bill Clements, adapted to glued lap construction from George Holme design c. 1888.

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Page last updated:
Apr 02, 2010

Note: This directory is not a complete listing. Only members who wish to be listed are here, and only with that information each individual has approved for posting. Feel free to contact any member below for information about TSCA, the Puget Sound Chapter, or messing about in boats.

Joel Bergen
Mukilteo, WA
(425) 347-0960

Quality Time: 14' Devlin Zephyr - Sam Devlin's adaptation of the Melonseed, launched 9/2006

Harry Broady
16867 Odom Lane SE
Monroe, WA 98272
(360) 794-1227

Retired from sailing. Original owner of Nord Vinden (see below)

Jim Callea
E. 200 Tramac Place
Shelton, WA 98584
(360) 426-1012
(360) 426-0139 (Fax)

Devlin Oarling

Devlin Peeper, with forward-facing rowing device

Tom Callea
E. 100 Tramac Place
Shelton, WA 98584
(360) 426-5011

Wooden dinghy, under construction

Devlin Peeper

Steve Clancy
3809 Ridgemont Court
Bellingham, WA 98229
(360) 935-4848

16' wood & canvas Old Towne Canoe, built 1928

16' Sailing/two-station rowing Matinicus double ender (like a peapod), built 1991 using the Tom Hill method

14' Whitehall two-station rowing boat, built early 1900s

Bob Dunshee
and Marcia Mullins
2600 E. Helen St.
Seattle, WA 98112
(206) 322 8846

17' Whitehall Spirit (sailing version) built by Whitehall Rowing and Sail, Victoria, BC

Larry Feeney
59 Strawberry Pt.
Bellingham, WA 98226
(360) 733-4461

Amber: 23' fantail launch, powered by electricity a la turn-of-the-century ELCOs

Phoebe: 17' Herreshoff Knockabout Sloop, designed 1929, built 1979

Anemone: Acorn 12, glued-lapstrake Whitehall rowing boat

Al Gunther
  -- Chapter Treasurer

34718 Pilot Point Rd. NE
Kingston, WA 98346
47° 52.65'N, 122° 30.95'W
(360) 638-1088

Andiamo: 26' pilothouse sloop, under construction. Cold-molded construction with Herreshoff-type rectangular spars. Reviewed in WB Magazine Dec 95

Annie: strip-built kayak

Isabella: strip-built 8' tender. My lines. Design is similar to Iain Oughtred's Wren Tender

Rich Kolin
4107 77th Pl. NW
Marysville, WA 98271
(360) 659-5591

Heather: 16' version of the Heidi skiff (my design), built 2000

Muriel: 15' salmon wherry, my design, built 2000

Flo: Davis boat

Catherine: 14' sailing Whitehall

71/2' plywood utility pram, my design, built 1992

Ralph Merriman
426 Hubbard Rd.
Lynnwood, WA 98036
(425) 776-0661 (Home)
(206) 545-5076 (Work)

17' glass sea kayak, well used

Slightly modified CLC Cape Charles 15.5 sea kayak, my daughter's boat

Klepper Aerius II folding kayak, traditional in its own way -- a wonderful boat

Gary Powell
Renton, WA
(425) 255-5067

Tiger Lily: 16' Gig Harbor Swampscott Dory

Stan Snapp
2620 Shepardson St.
Bellingham, WA 98226
(360) 305-0607

Pass 'N Bye: Sam Devlin designed Dipper that I stretched to 20'

Cinnamon: Georgian Bay design strip kayak.

Skimmer: 12' Shell Back Dinghy

Bye The Way: Nutshell Pram, the 7'7" version

Bob Tapp
8209 200th St. SW
Edmonds, WA 98026
(425) 775-4314


John Weiss
  National TSCA
    Membership Coordinator

1013 9th Ave S
Edmonds, WA 98020-3909
47°48.16'N, 122°21.98'W
--> 425-361-7758 (Home)
206-484-0372 (Cell)
Skype:   jrweiss98155 (home)
      jrweissmobile (on the road)

13' Canoe Yawl Nord Vinden: inspired by George Holme's Ethel (1888 English Humber yawl); built by William Clements, N Billerica, MA, 1986

15' Adirondack Guideboat: Designed and built by Steve Kaulback

17 1/2' Pygmy Coho kayak, launched 5/15/2000

Glenn Woodbury
151 Gybe Ho Road
Nordland WA 98358
(360) 379-1270

Feather: 18' Pete Culler designed Concordia Sloop-Boat, built in Sausalito by John Graham in 1983; glued lapstrake bruynzeel plywood over steamed white oak frames. Knockabout gaff sloop rig. A witch in light air.

My wife's 16' Easy Rider "Ouzel" plastic canoe. Don't laugh, -- we're about to start using it as our mooring tender.

16' plywood flatiron skiff under construction (year 14 -- it's amazing how time flies!). I should name her Kronos.

My brother and his wife, who live on Marrowstone Island, also have a few more boats, which I borrow sometimes.

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