Oar / Paddle


NINFA is the name of a kayak which used to be built in fiberglass. It is quite unusual nowadays to find standardized production of canoes similar to the NINFA. However, according to us, this type of model still has its appeal, especially for those who wish to have a nice looking kayak, easy to use and which could be a good introduction to the pleasures of paddling. Nearly all its features are middle-course. Its 64 cm beam is abundant but not excessive and, together with its flat-bottom, affords good stability. Versatility may be its main characteristic: ideal for excursions in calm waters on the sea and in moderately difficult rivers. In this last case the bottom will have to be reinforced with fiberglass to protect against rocks. It is short enough to be easily car-topped. The plans are available also for the strip planking construction. More information at: www.bcademco.it

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Great Lakes Class sloop

Built by the Burr Bros in 1960, this 36' beauty with a 10'9" beam was restored over seven years a