Planning a Canoe Build

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Re: Planning a Canoe Build

Post by Mapdude »

Way to go! I love building stitch n glue boats. It takes all of the guess work out and compensates for my shortcomings in carpentry. For glass and resin check out I used them for building surfboards and a few canoes. The resin research line of epoxy is easy to work with. I built a 16 foot canoe out of a single 4x8 sheet of plywood with it ( tippy as hell and 4 inches of freeboard). Google " the dug" for plans on that one if curious. Good luck.
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Re: Planning a Canoe Build

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I would like to build a canoe one day as well. Its on the medium list!
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Re: Planning a Canoe Build

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Very nice job and rig.
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Post by saustin1967 »

Seeker wrote: Fri Mar 21, 2014 9:25 pm I built a Eureka 155 out of luann, covering the edges with West System epoxy before taping it. It's 7 years old now, and still going strong.

What model is that in the initial post? Looks really nice!
Pretty sure I have this boat now.
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