Another Eureka Canoe built and some pics of very nice homemade paddles.

[Translate] Well, I might be in the middle of the chaos of the Timber and Working with Wood Show in Adelaide but I have also received a CD of building photos of another Eureka Canoe. I have to update this post later with the full details, but the boat is glorious – she is painted […]

Adelaide Timber and Working with Wood Show

[Translate] The picture right shows the view from our stand as the first of the crowd just arrives after the doors open. Storerboatplans and Duck Flat Wooden Boats are sharing a stand at the Adelaide Timber and Working with Wood Show. 27-29 July from 10am to 5pm at Wayville showgrounds. We have a 16′ Goat […]

Adelaide Timber and Working with Wood Show

[Translate] Storerboatplans and Duck Flat Wooden Boats will be sharing a stand at the Adelaide Timber and Working with Wood Show. 27-29 July from 10am to 5pm at Wayville showgrounds. We have a 16′ Goat Island Skiff, two 8′ puddle ducks (PDRacers) , a 31′ Bolger Tennessee Riverboat (it’s is being refurbished after 12 years […]

Fast and easy boat repairs – particularly if fasteners are eliminated during building!

[Translate] The article is here. Also I have updated my pages on boatbuiding, restoration and repair methods. For a long time now we have been fans of eliminating permanent fastenings in boats. We use plasterboard/drywall screws to hold the parts of the boat together until the glue sets up then remove them. There are several […]

GIS – Goat Island Skiff planing.

[Translate] DSC_3745.JPG Originally uploaded by boatmik Just wanted to share this pic of Peter Hyndman’s GIS “Gruff” going reasonably quickly. We spent a couple of days trying to get some good action shots. It was a bit tricky because there was only around an 70 metres straight run at the best angle before getting too […]

WATERCRAFT UK Magazine Article on Goat Island Skiff

[Translate] Some months ago I was contacted by Pete Greenfield who is editor for Watercraft magazine in the UK. He wanted an article from me about my favourite boat. At the time I had just returned from a stay at Mooloolaba with my friends Peter and Jo Hyndman who have the Goat Island Skiff that […]