DESIGN, TECHNOLOGY, TRADITION
Designed by Ian Oughtred
Construction began in January
1. It took about a week to construct the strong back and cut out the forms
2. Next is making sure everything is lined up and fair
3. The transom is made from cherry
4. Now time to make the front stem. This is made from steam laminated cherry strips. After the laminations are bent they are epoxied together to make a sturdy stem.
5. Keelson connects the stem to the transom
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I met Joe Greely in Port Townsend, Washington