The oldest business of it’s kind. Since our first plans were sold for home construction in 1938, more than 85,000 Hartley boats have been built.
Boat, Boating & Sailing Directory DotBoating.com also has used power boats and sailboats for directory.
Several examples of outrigger sailing canoes that you can build are shown. Some free plans are available as well as printed plan sets for sale.
The Saroca is the most versatile boat on the planet! The Saroca can be to sail, row, canoe, scull, hunt, and fish. For the experienced sailor, the first timer, or the recreational family, Saroca was designed to be both exciting and safe. With its efficient hull shape, Saroca moves through the water in the lightest breeze. As a family day sailor, there’s plenty of space in the deep, safe, center cockpit for the kids and the dog.
Located in Willis Wharf on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, Seaside Small Craft started as a one-man boat shop, building lapstrake double-paddle canoes, kayaks, and skiffs. With the introduction of CNC technology in 1995, our work has diversified to include kit manufacture and custom cutting of plywood boat panels, ranging from our 11′ QuickLap canoes to the 40′ Aurora.
Boat building, design, and repair resource with boat plans, boatbuilding books, discussion forums, feature articles and boat design reviews.
The official site for James Wharram Designs – home of polynesian catamarans
Windsurfer.com is an old, award-winning web site created back in 1995 by Webvertising. The new windsurfer.com has been recreated to focus on two main areas of interest to windsurfers: windsurfing travel and windsurfing gear.
Windsurfing Sports is a customer oriented watersports specialty “click and mortar” toy store. “We have a lotta fun around here and we hope you can join us”, but we take your fun seriously and do our best to achieve our motto. We have many, many long time customers and friends both in our local area, as well as around the world. Windsurfing Sports started in 1989 on top of the Water Sports Center on Clear Lake by Lars Pardo. He had (2) Two harnesses and anyone would listen.