Tag Archives: Felicity Ann boat restoration project

The Meat of The Deck: Blocking

Hello again from the Hammond Shop at Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding! We moved on from carlins and spur beams and the new theme of last week was blocking. There are several different types of blocking on a boat, but … Continue reading

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Boatbuilding = Mutlitasking for Multiple Projects

This week in the Hammond shop, the Felicity Ann crew has been working on a number of projects. At the start of this week we were all separated into different projects, Jo has been working on center line blocking, John … Continue reading

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Can I Show You a Trick?

My long-time membership to the Community Boat Project has lead me in many ways to doubt my intuition. It works like this: I’m presented with a task. I think about it a little and come up with what I’m sure … Continue reading

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What Are Carlin Joints?

Here’s an update from the Hammond Shop, home of Felicity Ann during her restoration at the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding. You can read more about the ship and Ann Davison’s Atlantic crossing at NWSWB’s website: http://nwboatschool.org/felicity-ann-history/ Hello from the … Continue reading

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Felicity Ann restoration project update!

The Felicity Ann boat restoration project has begun at the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding (NWSWB) and the Community Boat Project will be involved, both as a recipient of the restored vessel and as participants in the restoration process. Keep … Continue reading

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