Great New Website 1 – Goat Island Skiff building and sailing – Simple, Fast Plywood Sailboat

 

 

 

 

 

Again the remarkable P. Hyndman has burst to the fore and produced a wonderful website about the Goat Island Skiff.

Goat Island Skiff - simple high performance plywood boat

This one is a big update of his original GIS site – almost everything has been changed.

New images, videos, better and more description of building – lots of links to images and discussions on the net – including the one on the Storerboats Forum

All well packaged and easy to navigate.

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