20 Best Boat Building Blogs and Websites

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Here are 20 Best Boat Building Blogs you should follow in 2024

1. Chesapeake Light Craft Blog

Chesapeake Light Craft Blog Chesapeake Light Craft helps you build boats. If this is your first boatbuilding project, you'll find on this site a trove of boat designs conceived just for you, and more importantly, an organization devoted to helping builders of all skill levels. If you've never built a boat before in your life, Chesapeake Light Craft places at your disposal all of the resources to make it the experience of a lifetime.
Facebook Followers 30.1KTwitter Followers 1.3KInstagram Followers 27.6K Frequency 1 post / year Domain Authority 49 Get Email Contact Get Influential Bloggers ContactsGet access to 250k active Bloggers, Podcasters, YouTubers, and Instagram Influencers in 1500 niche categories.Get targeted media contact list in your niche at your fingertips so you can focus on running your campaign.Email us the type of bloggers you want to reach out for your marketing campaign at anuj@feedspot.com Copy email. We'll share blogger's data in an Excel or CSV format.

2. DIY Wood Boat Blog

DIY Wood Boat Blog Hi, I am Timmy. The Wooden Boat Blog brings you the latest stories from other boat restorers and builders plus advice and tips on building and restoring Wooden Boats, and boats for sale. Make your Wooden Boat project a success and avoid some of the mistakes that I made.
Frequency 1 post / week Domain Authority 41 Get Email Contact

3. Port Townsend Watercraft Blog

Port Townsend Watercraft Blog PT Watercraft is located in Port Townsend on the Olympic Peninsula in NW Washington. It is the partnership of Ashlyn & Russell Brown, desiring to bring modern and innovative designs to the home boat builder.
Frequency 3 posts / year Domain Authority 30 Get Email Contact

4. SV Tapatya Blog

SV Tapatya Blog Hi, I am Tony. Our mission is to build a capable, affordable cruising boat with readily-available skills, materials, equipment and facilities. If, like me, you dream of getting out there and sailing/cruising the world's waters, this blog/site aims to show my approach to how to do just that. Capable cruising boats should not be limited to the reach of the rich and privileged.
Frequency 2 posts / month Domain Authority 6 Get Email Contact

5. Multihull Blog

Multihull Blog This blog features the Multihull Design work of Kurt Hughes. Kurt has been designing multi-hulls both large and small for many years. Providing plans and support for building US Coast Guard-certified charter catamarans is a specialty.
Frequency 1 post / month Domain Authority 23 Get Email Contact

6. Bear Mountain Boat Blog

Bear Mountain Boat Blog The official Bear Mountain Boats blog featuring stories, events, and advice from experienced builders. My partner Joan Barrett and I, Ted Moores, have over 40 years of experience building wooden boats that combine classic lines with the most advanced marine technologies. Our workshop produces C4 and C15 sprint racing canoes, prototypes for production designs, elegant one-off custom boats, as well as repairs and restorations of historically significant craft.
Facebook Followers 4.4KInstagram Followers 18.8K Frequency 1 post / quarter Domain Authority 26 Get Email Contact

7. Fretwater Boatworks Blog

Fretwater Boatworks Blog Hi, my name is Brad. In 2008, after decades of having nowhere to build large objects, I built Fretwater Boatworks. We build a lot of boats-many on consignment, and some just for the fun of it.We believe in traditional framed construction, for both strength and aesthetic reasons. We frame with traditional Port Orford cedar. We use top-grade marine plywood for decks and hulls, and eastern ash for gunwales.
Facebook Followers 80 Frequency 4 posts / quarter Domain Authority 15 Get Email Contact

8. Smithy's Boatshed Blog

Smithy's Boatshed Blog I've had a long career building, repairing and restoring wooden boats, and although I've retired from commercial work I can't stop building boats. This site shows a lot of the boats I have worked on, as well as the current one I'm building. There's stuff also about my years of teaching boatbuilding, about boat festivals and about the history of the eighteen-footers and open boat racing in Sydney.
Frequency 1 post / month Domain Authority 7 Get Email Contact

9. SAIL Magazine » Sailboat DIY And Repair Tips

SAIL Magazine » Sailboat DIY And Repair Tips SAIL Magazine is the magazine of record on the sailing way of life. Whether it's cruising, racing, or lifestyle, our editorial mission is to inspire, educate and entertain sailors of every kind and to celebrate the sport in words and images. Explore our DIY repair and maintenance tips in this section.
Facebook Followers 55.1KTwitter Followers 41.7KInstagram Followers 15.4K Domain Authority 57 Get Email Contact

10. The Unlikely Boat Builder Blog

The Unlikely Boat Builder Blog An account of an unhandy man's quest to build and sail small wooden sailing boats. Read everyday discoveries, events, weather, and more here.
Domain Authority 25 Get Email Contact

11. Duckworks Blog

Duckworks Blog Duckworks Boat Builders Supply has just about everything a boat builder needs. It can help you with epoxy, fiberglass, paint, marine hardware, rope, tools, and loads of other gear and has boat plans from over 50 designers, from the smallest dinghy to ocean-going vessels. We offer proprietary designs like the Portage Pram, exclusive top-quality products like our 2-piece carbon XPL Oars, and hard-to-find replacement parts like those for the West Wight Potter.
Facebook Followers 962Instagram Followers 539 Frequency 6 posts / year Domain Authority 43 Get Email Contact

12. Harryproa Blog » Boatbuilding

Harryproa Blog » Boatbuilding In the following section of Boatbuilding, the experts share articles related to Boatbuilding and answer different queries.It has long been observed that the main requirements of any boat are space, speed and low cost and that while any two of these are possible in a particular boat, all three are not. Harrys are definitely different! They are also the least possible boat for a given length, which also makes them potentially the fastest and lowest cost.
Facebook Followers 1.3KTwitter Followers 29 Frequency 2 posts / year Domain Authority 24 Get Email Contact

13. Adventure Marine Blog

Adventure Marine Blog Adventure Marine Manufacturing Inc. started in 1974 with the vision of improving existing boating accessories for dinghy's and outboard motors. We are committed to building high-quality marine parts that would enhance the boating experience. The company is more dedicated than ever before to supply the world's best dinghy and boating accessories. We are globally focused and enthusiastic about boating.
Facebook Followers 121Twitter Followers 5 Frequency 1 post / year Domain Authority 21 Get Email Contact

14. The Tardis Project Blog

The Tardis Project Blog Building a Wooden Trailerable Trawler. This site is about building a 28-foot wooden 'trailerable trawler' designed by Mark Smaalders. It's a new design, so no one has ever built one before, although a slightly different design by Mark is now being built in Germany.
Frequency 1 post / quarter Domain Authority 8 Get Email Contact

15. Greyfalcon Boat Building Blog

Greyfalcon Boat Building Blog Hi! I'm Grey Falcon. I worked as a fashion photographer in London and in 2000, I briefly moved into television commercials before being hooked on the beautiful 'superyachts' that were being built. The blog will be updated reasonably often and certainly as long as the build continues and is looking good. Read about my latest builds, project updates, products, and more.
Domain Authority 5 Get Email Contact

16. Small Boat School Blog

Small Boat School Blog Hi, my name is Mikkel Pagh. Tips and thoughts about building and sailing small wooden boats. Learning boatbuilding doesn't have to be hard. Actually, it might be one of the most fun and rewarding things you will ever do. I will give you the skills, support and confidence you need to succeed.
Instagram Followers 28.9K Frequency 8 posts / year Domain Authority 1 Get Email Contact

17. Free Boat Building Plan Blog

Free Boat Building Plan Blog Hi, I am Rob. In my blog, I write about boatbuilding, (free) boat plans, tools, materials, books about boats, and basically about having fun on the water. One of the biggest collections of free wooden boat plans online. Currently, there are 163 free plans on this site. You can find free plans for free plywood skiffs, dinghies, canoes, Jon boats, pirogues, dories, modified inflatable boats, and many more.
Facebook Followers 9Instagram Followers 511 Frequency 1 post / year Domain Authority 2 Get Email Contact

18. Home Made Boat Building Blog

Home Made Boat Building Blog My name is Rodney Hughes. I am the owner of Homemade Boat Building. I am a retired master carpenter/master cabinet maker, forester, machinist, welder, small engine mechanic, diesel mechanic, and draftsman. This website is just a compilation of my combined personal experiences and resources that I have gathered over the years
Facebook Followers 1.1K Domain Authority 4 Get Email Contact

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Boat Building Bloggers

Top Authors, Journalists, and Publishers covering Boat Building. Get Spreadsheet
Blogger NameEmailBlog LinkTotal Blog Posts
The Unlikely Boatbuilderunlikelyboatbuilder.com18
Matt Snellbearmountainboats.ca18
Ashlyn Brownptwatercraft.com16
Rob M.freeboatbuildingplans.com11
Dan Leedanleeboatbuilding.co.uk/2021/07/06/reverse-engineering-an-albatross-propeller/5
Joan Barrettbearmountainboats.ca2
Kate Partridgeadventuremarine.ca1
Scott Smithbostonboatworks.com1
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