GRACE is a Hvalsoe 13 I just completed and launched. It’s designed as a traditionally built lapstrake sail/row boat that I converted to glued lap. She has a sprit rig and had a successful first sail yesterday. There is a building thread about her on the Forum.
This Lawton Yacht tender was built by Michael Strong in L’Etete New Brunswick over the winter months. She is planked with 3/8 inch cedar over ash frames, and fastened with copper rivets. Guards, wales and transom are made of white ash. With two rowing stations, she is able and seaworthy. Contact Mike, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sundowner had her humble beginnings at the WoodenBoat School’s 2011 Glued Lapstrake class taught by Geoff Kerr. I was fortunate enough to take her home and finish the work we had started. A local mill supplied the cherry, walnut, and pine which I used to finish the hull. My wife and I primarily sail in the lakes region of New Hampshire with occasional trips to Vermont and the coast of Maine. Join us for a sail if you see us on the water.