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    Default WBF: Ask An Expert Series

    Looks interesting ---

    https://woodenboat.org/ask-an-expert/
    When its cold and COVID outside join us online for this unique Zoom experience with many of your favorite experts across the country and all over the world! In 8 Zoom sessions, well visit with friends on the east and west coasts, pop down to Mexico and Costa Rica, and over to New Zealand. Enjoy interviews, demos, and videos with time to ask your burning questions from the comfort of your home.





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    Trying to decide whether to get the FullMealDeal, or order ala carte.

    There are enough I think I'd enjoy... probably the former. The one from John Welsford is bound to be interesting. And I bet the Dogget discussion of building a boat for commercial sail will be good, as well as several others.
    David G
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    Default Re: WBF: Ask An Expert Series

    bump
    David G
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    bump again - in case anyone missed it. Definitely worth a look.
    David G
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    Default Re: WBF: Ask An Expert Series

    It's nothing to do with the magazine, but rather the Center for Wooden Boats out there in hippy country.

    For a similar series, but a much better price, the Landing School, here in Arundel, Maine has a series
    https://www.landingschool.edu/virtual-events . So far they've done Sabre Yachts and French and Webb (which was terrific).

    They are covering the America's cup designs on Thursday, some of the designers will be participating.

    Woodenboat had some good interviews over the Summer, Scot usually posts them in the "Woodenboat magazine section".


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    Default Re: WBF: Ask An Expert Series

    Quote Originally Posted by Hwyl View Post
    It's nothing to do with the magazine, but rather the Center for Wooden Boats out there in hippy country.
    This is a Northwest Maritime Center production, Port Townsend Wa. CWB is downtown Seattle
    Steve

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    Default Re: WBF: Ask An Expert Series

    Quote Originally Posted by stromborg View Post
    This is a Northwest Maritime Center production, Port Townsend Wa. CWB is downtown Seattle
    Ayup -- the WBF in the title is for Wooden Boat Foundation in Port Townsend. Which clicking on the link makes clear...
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