First Goat Island Skiff Plywood Sailboat in Chile

Goat Island Skiff sail boat plan info

Juan Carlos has been building his Goat Island Skiff for about a year.

He has just put up a photo series of his boat launching.

The rest of the words and pictures are from Juan Carlos.

No name yet… but waterproof.
No mast yet… but can be used with oars.

Boat is a great colour.  Sits on the trailer while family and friends gather.

Boat is a great colour. Sits on the trailer while family and friends gather.

Some photos rowing for the first time with my wife!

The happy owner snapped by his wife on his new wooden boat.

The happy owner snapped by his wife on his new wooden boat.

More people in the first day, my daughter Elisa who helped me while I was building the boat, and My in-laws

All that varnished woodwork.

All that varnished woodwork.

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On the "round Australia trip" I found myself employed by a tiny business in Adelaide - Duck Flat Wooden Boats in Adelaide.It was an eye opener - It became clear that one could build a boat for a fraction of the cost of current racing boats.My ideas hinged around high performance, easy building, fun to sail and reasonably cheapToday Storer Boats are built in all countries and we have active groups on Facebook for the following groupsGoat Island Skiff Open Goose Storer Boat plans Really Simple Sails

2 thoughts on “First Goat Island Skiff Plywood Sailboat in Chile

  1. i love to sail at see or on a river, sailing has been my hobby for several years already.

  2. i love to sail even if we do not have our own sailboat :”