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Night Heron kayak

After 9 months of building, to the day, I launched my CLC Night Heron, stitch and glue kayak!.. Handles like a dream! 20% lighter than my plastic kayak, and 25% faster!...

Launching Date:
Tue, 08/27/2013

12′ Chesapeake Light Craft Wood Duck kayak. Launched at The Whalehead Club at Corolla, NC in June. Constructed by Jeff Loomis between January and June, 2013. Full name is “How much wood could a wood duck duck if a wood duck could duck wood?”, but shorted to “How Much?” as that was the question most often asked during construction: “I want to build a boat”, “How much?”… “I’ll need some space in the basement”, “How much?”… “I’ll be making a bit of a sawdust mess”, “How much?”… “The varnish is going to smell somewhat”, “How much?” and so forth :-).

Launching Date:
Sat, 06/08/2013

Freedom is a Jim Michalak designed trimaran. Built with the stitch and glue method.

Launching Date:
Sat, 05/15/2010

Posted: August 20, 2012
Tags: Sam Devlin, stitch and glue, powerboats

Sam Devlin's PowerboatsDesigner-builder Sam Devlin has refined the stitch-and-glue method of boatbuilding over the past 30 years. In the September issue, we present his line of small powerboats and examine how they’ve evolved over the years.

Return to WoodenBoat 228, September/October 2012

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