I had a customer who’s relative was an avid canoeist, recently passed away. So they felt sending a small canoe, on fire with his remains out on the water, was a great farewell. Very nice ending.
by Paul Schmid of Kayak Consulting in Bellevue WA sent in some photos of his 42″ Strip Kayak build. Excellent job! He wrote:
Your kit was great! Thanks so much for providing these awesome kits!
I am passionate about everything Kayak. After building four full-sized boats, I’m running out of money, time, space, and – most importantly – my wife’s patience. Your kits are perfectly priced and sized for my passion
Had a lot of fun building this 54 canoe. A lot of kit and a lot of fun. It was the Red Cedar Dlx with Red Cedar ribbing. Stained a antique pecan. Installed LED String lights which lights it up by a remote. Very cool.
I finally got all the parts readied for the new canoe chandelier kit. It will come with a rugged canoe hull made from hand laid epoxy and cloth. A CNC cut ready made deck and cross members which saves more time. And all of the Red Cedar toe rails, deck caps, seat and thwarts. 4 of the dimmable and switchable LED Flat panel lights. Easiest and fastest way to get great results. Prime the hull, sand smooth and then spray with a good quality paint from your local hardware store. The kit will have its own page. Email me if you’re interested in this great kit. Starting around $359.95
I bought this 4 x 8′ Industrial CNC from a place in Cape Cod to replace the one that I built from scratch years ago. The home built CNC has worked surprisingly well for years but it was time to upgrade. This one needed some work but is now running perfectly. Very pleased with. Am now able to cut full sheets of the plywood which saves me a tremendous amount of time.
Thanks Ray that was fun, Tom
Ray, I have finally completed the 24″, 36″, and 54: canoes… I put them together for the picture.. It has been a fun time… Thanks for your support… Someday I may take on the 72″ canoe to add to my fleet.. John