The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum has a great fleet and will be the better for adding the restored skipjack,ROSIE PARKS. I have blogged about her before and the museum does a nice job of tracking the update in its blog. I checked in on her while I was there. She’s coming along nicely.
It happens all too rarely,but I was able to cash in a Christmas gift and spend another great day with Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum‘s Apprentice for a Day program. The current boat is an enhanced reproduction (a reproduction with some more modern updates incorporated) of GHOST,a deadrise bateau from about 1920. She is [...]
A quick note with two well-deserved congratulations to two friends of Chine bLog. The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum is sporting a great new design for its main web site. I’d encourage folks to drop by and check it out. It is more attractive than its predecessor,better showcases the museum’s assets and activities (dawdle on [...]
This skipjack is up on blocks at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum. I think the planking might need a little work. Looks like it is in good hands.
My dad,who lives in Mid-coast Maine,pointed out Rowable Classics,a non-profit organization up there that helps restore and and find loving owners for classic rowing boats. Seems like a great idea. When I rowed in high school we had some old wooden shells that were beautiful boats. The web site is a [...]
WoodenBoat has always had classifieds at the end (a nice place to day-dream,I always found as a kid). Now it has added to this service with a web version:Wooden Boats For Sale Online. I like the idea –every little bit help in terms of keeping nice boats in loving hands [...]
The March/April issue of WoodenBoat
is not the first place I might turn for movie previews,but it turns out there is a movie coming out in late this year called “The Good Shepherd”that has an impressive cast:three wooden-and-canvas Old Town canoes and an Adirondack Guideboat. That’s talent,if you ask [...]