Kyle from Placentia, CA built himself a real lobster boat! Wow, and more wow! I was so astounded at the photos of the 40″Lobster boat from our kit, I almost cried how beautiful of a job. Thank Kyle. He has a site at (Lobster boat pictures) with his step by step process. By far a work of art. He did many things to improve on the kit. Very amazing Kyle, I can’t say enough here about it except a million thanks for your pictures and beautiful work.
Dan, from Pachaug CT, did a major remodeling job, which we all know, has to have a pool room, and this one is overlooking a huge pond. What a job. Built him the 72″ Antique Pecan with the 7″ LED flat panels, which was more than enough to lighten up the table. Thanks for the pictures Dan!
Frank Jones did a beautiful job building the 36″ canoe and made his own custom wall mount. Looks great Frank, thanks for the picture.
Ivar from Barrie Ontario, did a very nice job on the Grand Laker. We will post other pictures when he gets the finish and outboard done.
I sent Tom a finished 36″ canoe that had been a display model at craft shows. He magically turned it into a Viking Princess that will hold ashes for a funeral. I’ve had numerous requests for this and there’s postings of a couple that have been done. Good work Tom, looks awesome.
Lona from Miami set up one of the dark stained, pine trim 96″ canoe with the bigger lights in a gorgeous Tiki hut. What a setting! And what a great job by Lona, thanks for the pictures.
Hugh from STRAWBERRY PLAINS, TN built this beauty using the 96″ form kit that we sell, which replaced the whole 96″ kit. Absolutely beautiful work!
Thanks for the kit. Modified the design a little, used walnut, poplar and eastern red bud that I cut and milled on the farm. Attached a couple pics thanks again! Hugh
Our newest canoe is a 96″ “Skeleton” canoe, which is the ribbing only with all the other pieces such as the toe rails, seats, thwarts and deck caps. It looks awesome. There’s some tricky parts that we learned how to overcome. All the ribbing had to be laminated with two layers of ribbing so it would maintain it’s shape when dry and be strong enough. Staining is the other challenge, since it is hard to do multiple stains, so we opted to make the whole canoe look like a very old canoe that had been weathered. It has the same premium LED flat panels, 7″ and more lumens, dimmable and very attractive. The light deck is tucked up high enough that small pendant lighting could be installed. This type of skeleton canoe has been requested many times, so we decided to give it a try. Very pleased with it. As of right now, this one is for sale.
Custom order using a Varathane’s Weathered Grey stain, then sanded afterwards to make it look truly weathered. Came out very nice.