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Thread: Road trip in 2 weeks, 2 workshops, 5 SOF kayaks

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    Default Road trip in 2 weeks, 2 workshops, 5 SOF kayaks

    As some of you have already seen at WoodenBoat FB page. For last 2 weeks time I was in the road with Skin on Frame workshops where with the students of two schools we have build 5 kayaks.

    Kaykas was designe by my humble person . So we have one single kayak, one tandem kayak and one classic kayak which can be single or tandem.

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    Default Re: Road trip in 2 weeks, 2 workshops, 5 SOF kayaks

    First week has started at 17.09.2018 where with specialneeds studenst form ZSS Gębice school, we was buliding 2 kayaks.

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    Default Re: Road trip in 2 weeks, 2 workshops, 5 SOF kayaks

    Week later I was move to Katy Rybackie at Muzeum Zalewu Wiślanego (divison of National Marintime Museum in Gdańsk) with studenst form vocational school in Nowy Dwór Gdański, we was buliding 3 kayaks.



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    Default Re: Road trip in 2 weeks, 2 workshops, 5 SOF kayaks

    That is putting your boatbuilding money where your mouth is indeed! Good looking boats, I presume that the frames are all pre-cut as a sort of kit?

    Excellent work from what I see.

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    Default Re: Road trip in 2 weeks, 2 workshops, 5 SOF kayaks

    I would rather some intentionally designed secondary stability before 'humbleness’, boatbuilding, money, mouth, good looks, and kits. These are for special needs school kids.
    I shudder to think of them encountering moving water.
    bcmarinetrails.org - an attempt, by volunteers, to protect and enable 27,000 km of continuous camping and accesses along and around the whole Wild West Coast of British Columbia - for small beachable craft

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