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GOATWATER- an ACORN SKIFF ” a sweet-line slippery little jewel” Maynard Bray, woodenboat magazine I have rowed this acorn skiff all over the West Indies and new england. She rows like a witch- fast smooth and graceful. She is easily rigged for sailing with her gunter rig. The ACORN was designed by british Iain Oughtred.Continue reading “Repair to an Acorn Skiff”
You cant say you have slept deeply unless you have slept on a sailing vessel under a thick blanket of stars.
PITCH BLACK Pitch, hot tar & pine oil was used long ago to seal lines, ropework and boats bottoms from rot. Oakem is made from hemp fibers and pine tar and used to caulk planks on hull and deck. Pitch black is my go to color both high gloss and dead flat matte. I paintedContinue reading “Pitch Black.”
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sometimes towing my acorn skiff Goatwater can be daunting she is like a kid- your always looking behind to see how she fairs in a seaway a following sea makes her smack into Tiger Maru’s transom sometimes she fills up with sea water and flounders but here in the abaco’s she is safe and sound!
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