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Antique Boat America is your Premier Broker for Antique & Classic Boats, operating in North America and Worldwide.
The Antique Boat Museum is the premier freshwater nautical museum in North America. Located in the 1000 Islands on the St. Lawrence River, the ABM’s galleries overflow with over 300 unique and beautifully-preserved boats and thousands of recreational boating artifacts.
Wooden canoe, Kayak and Small boat kits and plans. Bear Mountain Boats supplies quality building materials, professional plans, and expert advice to people who want to create their own small boat. Visit our website or give us a call.
In the Les Cheneaux Islands of northern Michigan, offering you an opportunity to make that dream come true. Summer workshops and 9-month vocational programs. Woodworking, restoration, lofting, interior joinery, and wooden boat construction.
New England’s largest antique boat showroom and Southern N.H. Auction. Boats shown by appointment. Contact Gary Michael
The New Hampshire Boat Museum is an educational organization focusing on the boating heritage and life on the lakes and rivers of New <a href="http://www.nhbm.org/about-us/hompage2029/" rel="attachment wp-att-1652"></a>Hampshire. We serve the local community and visitors by presenting exhibits and outreach programs, events, publications and hands-on activities.
EDUCATING FUTURE LEADERS OF THE MARINE INDUSTRY The Landing School effectively prepares men and women for careers in the marine industry as practical designers, builders, and systems technicians who work professionally on today's vessels, adapt to the industry's evolving technology and appreciate the traditions of the past while imagining and building the boats of the future.
For more than 40 years, WoodenBoat Publications has provided readers with a dynamic editorial environment that combines emerging technologies with traditional methods of boat design, construction, and repair. Jon Wilson founded the company in September 1974 with the publication of the first issue of <em>WoodenBoat</em> magazine—which he assembled from his off-the-grid cabin in North Brooksville, Maine. He sold 400 individual copies and signed up 200 subscribers at the Newport Sailboat Show that year, and WoodenBoat has been thriving ever since—and diversifying.