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GLBBS Barrelback

PROJECT START DATE: SEPTEMBER 2017 ANTICIPATED COMPLETION DATE: JUNE 2019 Courses Taught Utilizing Project: Composite 2, Finishing, Propulsion, Marine Systems DETAILS Coming Soon PROJECT SCOPE/SKILLS LEARNED Coming Soon

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30-foot Truscott Launch “Marilyn Jean”

Project Scope This is a carryover project from the last two years and is scheduled to be finished this coming spring.  It is a 30 foot fiberglass replica of a […]

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Wilson Watercar

PROJECT Scope This is a two-year project for Lance Wilson.  As you may know, Lance commissioned and/or bought three of the Hackercrafts that we have built and finished.  This is […]

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Charles W Morgan Whaleboat

The GLBBS class of 2012 built an authentic Beetle designed whaleboat for the Charles W Morgan restoration project at the Mystic Seaport Museum.

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18′ Lapstrake Speed Boat

A composite built 18′ lapstrake speedboat.

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Challenge Mountain 20

The Challenge Mountain 20 is a one-of-a-kind adaptive sailboat that can be sailed with joystick control as well as with a sip/puff system for steering and sail trim.

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Miss A.P.B.A. Replica

A replica of John L. Hacker’s 1923, 26′ Gold Cup racer is being built as part of the curriculum for the career Boat Building program of the class of 2012.

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Petoskey Boat Company 14′ Rowboat Replica

The Petoskey Boat Company replica is a 14’ rowing boat similar in design to the well-known Whitehall-style boats, which originated in the 1820’s in New York City.

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Rescue Minor

The Rescue Minor is a shallow draft utility boat. It features a Tunnel-Stern V-Bottom that allows it to be used in shallow water.

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Wittholz Dinghy

A very beamy, lightweight, nicely lined, 11′ catboat. This boat was featured in WoodenBoat magazines’s 2012 Small Boats special edition.

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What People Say

Thank you so much for doing such a beautiful job on the
Marilyn Jean. Everyone loves her!

Wayne B., Commissioned Boat Client July 14, 2017

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