Preview: How to Build a Caledonia Yawl, Part 3 – Tools
June 13, 2013
In terms of tools for the Caledonia Yawl project, what are the minimum essentials? Geoff Kerr takes us through his thoughts on the question and then expands from this baseline to add a few more tools to make the job go more smoothly.
And of course you can see what else Geoff is up to by visiting him online at TwoDaughtersBoatworks.com.
For more information and to order WEST SYSTEM epoxy visit them online.
You can also order plans for building the Caledonia Yawl from scratch from the designer himself Iain Oughtred by contacting him at Iain.Oughtred (at) gmail (dot) com.
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