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    Default Great film on trad clinker boat building

    Follow the links for parts two and three: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XthOkO-wsK4
    Chuck Hancock

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    Default Re: Great film on trad clinker boat building

    That was great ! Thanks Chuck .
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    Default Re: Great film on trad clinker boat building

    That is a terrific video! Thanks for sharing.

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    Default Re: Great film on trad clinker boat building

    Wonderful! Thank you.

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    Default Re: Great film on trad clinker boat building

    Wonderful little series! Thank you.

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    Default Re: Great film on trad clinker boat building

    Thank you, makes me want to hide all my powertools, and start a clinker build!

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    Default Re: Great film on trad clinker boat building

    These were posted some time ago, we really need a "Library" thread of good stuff worthy of keeping.
    It really is quite difficult to build an ugly wooden boat.

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    Default Re: Great film on trad clinker boat building

    Not meaning to diminish the series on building the Shannon one design, but I think this is a reasonably fitting companion (from this side of the pond.)
    It has been posted here before too, now they are together.

    http://www.folkstreams.net/film-detail.php?id=41

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