Power Boats

Power Boat Building Project

Chapelle inspired low power cruiser looking for a new owner to finish her off. LOA 27′, beam 9′, draft 2 1/2′. White oak keel, floor timbers, frames, planking northern white cedar. Silicon bronze fastened. Seams caulked, puttied, primed. Fore deck supported by laminated Douglas fir beams, covered with Meranti plywood, Dynel/epoxy. A Bud McIntosch designed skylight lights and ventilates the forward cabin. V berths installed. Main cabin framing and roof beams laminated Douglas fir. Cabin roof splined cedar, covered with canvas and liquid polyurethane. Both cabin soles cedar, mahogany trim. Bronze cutlass bearing, bronze shaft seal, 1 1/14 stainless shaft, all by RE Thomas. Miscellaneous fastenings, hardware, etc available. Father Time and health issued prompt sale. Located in Wiscasset, ME.


From the Community

Boat Launchings

Boat Launchings

Wee Lassie

Andrew Green recently launched his Wee Lassie canoe. This is the second Wee Lassie he has built.

Boat Launchings


Cedar strips canoe of the Gil Gilpatrick 16′ Laker design.

Boat Launchings


CLC kit, Jimmy Skiff II.Launched on July 8th 2023, built in home garage by Michael Selby with ass