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Brand new Belle Isle

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Hi All, I finished my Belle Isle in Feb 2014. What a great boat. I get so many people looking and asking questions. Thanks Glen-L. I have uploaded some pictures in my gallery “Belle Isle by Dean Berry Phoenix AZ “. My next project is a 1956 Hydroplane by Ron Jones Sr. I will get […]

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A Perth Riviera #12 (and final) – April 2014

On April 17, 2014, in Glen-L Styles, by Andrew
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With the boat completed and ready to be launched, all that remained was a long and frustrating wait for a trailer to be completed.  And long and frustrating it was.  But all things (good and bad) come to an end and so finally dawned the day when then trailer was to arrive and the boat […]

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Outboard Motor Stand Updated

How to Build a Portable Outboard Motor Stand

On April 15, 2014, in Glen-L Styles, Shop Talk: Tips and Techniques, by Michael Maddox
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When I recently bought an outboard motor, I needed a stand to keep it on while I finish building my Glen-L boat. I found a few good tutorials online for building your own stand. However, I wanted my stand to have the same 12 degree transom angle that is common to many Glen-L outboard boat […]

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Build Your Own SUP or Surfboard

On April 15, 2014, in Human Powered, News From Gayle, SUP's & Surfboards, by Gayle Brantuk
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Glen-L now has Stand-Up Paddleboard (SUP) and Surfboard kits available on our website. These boards are all designed and made by Wood Surfboard Supply Company in Santa Ana, California. John and Buckshot and I stopped by their shop recently and had a chance to see their operation and ask them some questions. We had such […]

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Glen-L Flats Flyer Built by Jacob Kimbrough, Friendswood, Texas

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The construction time was right around 480 hrs. The rigging was another 40 hours. The whole boat does not contain a piece of wood. It is all composite foam core/fiberglass/carbon panels (proset epoxy/vacuum bagged). I stretched it to 19’9″ LOA. The hull weighed in at 860lbs. I was pretty conservative in the amount of fiber […]

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