It has been far too long (we do I always find myself starting this way? SIGH) since we here at Chine bLog highlighted the great posts others have offered the world regarding wooden / traditional boats. Yes,believe it or not,Chine bLog is NOT the only source. Really. It’s true. If you haven’t discovered [...]
Antonio Dias is hosting an interesting discussion on our relationships with boats at his blog “Boats for Difficult Times.”I added my two cents tonight,though I may have made a fairly trivial point. It’s late…Thanks to Tom over at 70.8 for pointing it out.
It’s always fun when a real,live subject of a post stops by,even if it is to dispute your opinion. Heck,so much the better –we put ourselves out there,so we deserve whatever comes of it. So many thanks to designer Tony Dias,who found one of our very first posts,on [...]
Another one out of WoodenBoat here…They recently did a piece on the Arey 18 Daysailer,a reasonably new design from Tony Dias. Its an interesting piece that devotes a just amount of time to detail the history of the Kingston lobsterboat,a class I had not knowingly encountered beforehand…
As part of this discussion,[...]