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Description of various sailing rigs from the PolySail library…. – Now YOU Can Build Your Dream Boat With Over 500 Boat Plans! Boat Building Plans, Boat Plans, Sailing Basics, Sailboat Living, Wood Boats, Boat Design, Sail Away, Small Boats, Model Ships

PolySail Library

Description of various sailing rigs from the PolySail library.

It's just an amaizing feeling sailing at the sunset. Yacht Boat, Dinghy, Sail Away, Set Sail, Tall Ships, Water Crafts, Sailing Ships, Sailing Boat, Kayaking

Here's What Guys are Pinning on Pinterest (34 Photos) - Suburban Men

Here's What Guys are Pinning on Pinterest (34 Photos) - Suburban Men - October 3, 2015

Panerai Classic Yachts, downwind with spinnaker up or kite up Classic Sailing, Classic Yachts, Sail Racing, Boat Fashion, Beyond The Sea, Sail Away, Set Sail, Speed Boats, Sailing Ships

Yachtmasters

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Voilier Sailart 22 : un dayboat familial au design moderne. Yacht Design, Boat Design, Mini Yacht, Sailboat Racing, Small Sailboats, Design Moderne, Summer Time, Architecture, France

Voilier Sailart 22 : un dayboat familial au design moderne.

Voilier Sailart 22 : un dayboat familial au design moderne.

Sailing on the Costa del Sol Sailboats For Sale, Small Sailboats, Boat Building Plans, Boat Plans, Sailboat Drawing, Trawler Yacht, Sailing Charters, Sailboat Living, Yacht For Sale

Hallberg Rassy, Monsun 31 foot, 1978, Rockport, Texas, sailboat for sale from Sailing Texas, yacht for sale

Hallberg Rassy, Monsun 31 foot, 1978, Rockport, Texas, yacht for sale, sailboat for sale

Foggy, Brooklin Boat Yard builds an artful automated sloop - Panbo Wooden Canoe, Wooden Boat Building, Wooden Ship, Wooden Boats, Yacht Design, Boat Design, Honfleur, Classic Yachts, Le Havre

Foggy, Brooklin Boat Yard builds an artful automated sloop - Panbo

Maine is rightfully well known for boatbuilding but the craft was largely dormant when I got here in the early 70's, and it stayed that way for quite a while. In the late 80's many of the talented builders I worked with at WoodenBoat School were doing repairs and restorations. A commission for most anything larger than a sailing skiff was a big deal. But wow, did that change. It's been wonderful to witness remarkably crafted custom vessels launch at yards like Lyman Morse (now also in…