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The videos, photographs, and articles posted here relate to specific issues of WoodenBoat.

 

  • The power cruiser LONGIDIENUS is long, lean, and light—and trailerable.
  • Dust collection has come a long way in the past few decades. It was once common to have mounds of dust piling up around milling tools—planers, jointers, and tablesaws. Benchtops, however, don’t commonly have solidly engineered dust-collection solutions. And hand-sanding at the bench can produce a significant amount of fine dust over the course of a day. Oneida Air of Syracuse, New York, an industry leader in woodshop dust collection, has recently released a product, the BenchTop DC, aimed specifically at this problem.
  • A flexible fiberglass backing glued to a grinder’s foam pad is all that’s needed to convert the tool into an efficient fairing device.
  • Inlet Cat is comfortable 18′ daysailer. The boat is trailerable and easily managed, and has a large and comfortable cockpit with 10′ long bench seats. The modern fathead cat rig is simple and powerful, and the mast is easily raised and lowered in a cleverly engineered tabernacle. A 3kW electric motor provides auxiliary power. Featured in the Sketchbook department of WoodenBoat magazine No. 280 (...
  • This 3-D animation is of the concept boat BIG BOY, a simple diesel-powered cruiser meant for a couple to travel the inside loop—the Hudson River, canals, and Intracoastal Waterway. Featured in the Sketchbook department of WoodenBoat magazine No. 279 (March/April 2021).
  • This 3-D animation is of the concept boat SWEET CHARIOT, a 21′ trailerable pocket cruiser that, while small, stable, and exciting, can even carry a dinghy on deck. Featured in the Sketchbook department of WoodenBoat magazine No. 278 (January/February 2021).
  • This 3-D animation is of the concept boat BULLNOSE featured in the Sketchbook department of WoodenBoat magazine No. 277 (November/December 2020).
  • Featured in Design Sketchbook from WoodenBoat Magazine, September/October 2020. BELLE is an 11′ performance-minded sail-and-oar boat for an experienced 13-year-old sailor who wishes to learn traditional boatbuilding.
  • MASH is a small powerboat with a big mission: She’s meant to carry a family of five—and perhaps six—on daytime adventures and occasional overnights on Lake Pend Oreille in northern Idaho.
  • This is the basic Sea Sled shape: a conventional powerboat hull with a flat transom sliced vertically down its centerline, bow-to-stern, the halves then transposed and reconnected.