10 Best Wooden Boat Blogs and Websites

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Here are 10 Best Wooden Boat Blogs you should follow in 2024

1. Hudson River Maritime Museum Blog

Hudson River Maritime Museum Blog Kingston, England, UK
The Hudson River Maritime Museum is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of the maritime history of the ...Hudson River, its tributaries, and related industries.more
hrmm.org/wooden-bo..
5.8K 953 3.5K 2 posts / year DA 40 Get Email Contact

2. DIY Wood Boat Blog

DIY Wood Boat Blog 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. Over my many years of messing about in wooden boats, the author has built them, repaired them, and renovated them.more
diy-wood-boat.com/..
1 post / week DA 41 Get Email Contact

3. Coeur Custom Blog

Coeur Custom Blog Hayden, Idaho, US
Owner Duane Hagadone grew up on Lake Coeur d'Alene and took command of his first boat at age 5, a 12-foot Larson with a 5hp Johnson motor. His pas...sion for boats has never ceased, growing over the years to serve as the inspiration and vision for the Coeur Customs team to craft some of the most beautiful boats ever made. Learn more about some of the key members that assist with boat design and concepts, and see why we're the best to launch your legend.more
coeurcustoms.com/blog
2K 4.3K 8 posts / year DA 20 Get Email Contact

4. Smithy's Boatshed Blog

Smithy's Boatshed Blog Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
I've had a long career building, repairing and restoring wooden boats, and although I've retired from commercial work I can't stop buildin...g 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.more
smithysboatshed.we..
1 post / month DA 7 Get Email Contact

5. Chesapeake Light Craft Blog

Chesapeake Light Craft Blog Annapolis, Maryland, US
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 conceiv...ed 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.more
clcboats.com/life-..
30.1K 1.3K 27.6K 1 post / year DA 49 Get Email Contact

6. Small Boats Monthly

Small Boats Monthly Small Boats Magazine is a monthly web-based magazine dedicated to owners and users of boats that can be stored and maintained at an average-size home.... It features a range of designs for oar, paddle, power, and sail. Each issue of Small Boats Magazine includes two in-depth boat profiles, as well as rich coverage of gear, technique, adventure and travel narrative, and reader-built boats. The magazine maintains a sensibility separate from that of its parent publication, WoodenBoat-a slant toward travel, cruising, and economy of ownership.more
smallboatsmonthly.com
30.4K 40.6K DA 46 Get Email Contact

7. Modern Wooden Boat Blog

Modern Wooden Boat Blog Cagliari, Sardegna, Italy
My name is Cristian Pilo, I was born in 1971 in Sardinia, Italy. I'm professionally involved in boat design for homebuilders since 2005. My philo...sophy is to produce plans that will lead to the building of modern, sporty-looking, sturdy, and reliable boats, with a proper balance between performance and safety on the sea.more
modernwoodenboat.c..
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8. CCWBRA Blog

CCWBRA Blog The CCWBRA was founded in 2010 to encourage and organize racing in the Cocktail Class Runabout. Based on the outboard racer SKUA, an 8 ft. plywood ski...mmer designed in 1939 by Charles MacGregor, the Cocktail Class Runabout is an economical, easily constructed, and exciting runabout. It is ideal for racing at all skill levels and ages. The Cocktail Class Wooden Boat Racing Association has its origins in the cottage racing clubs of the 1950s when small towns across the country were hosting outboard races for family-built boats and stock outboards.more
ccwbra.com/blog
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