Barrelback Design

  • Amigo by Franklin Paine, Brier, Washington
Barrelback by Ron Hoag

14 December 2007 The attached pictures are from the start of the project to the present. I will send more pictures as I progress. I am now 2 months into the project and spent about 3 to 4 hours a day, to date 191 hours. I am retired and made a deal with my wife to do household chores in the morning and the boat project in the afternoon. It is working! Ron Hoag

Barrelback by Don Baker, Yulee, Florida

<p>12 January 2010</p> <p>My Barrelback built in 2008.</p>

Barrelback by Greg Roy

\"Bootlegger\" Hankinson 19\'6\" Barrelback by Greg Roy Some \"Kiwi\" inventions include:

Barrelback by Justin Schooneman, Melbourne, Australia

Images documenting the Barrelback-19 build being undertaken by myself and my Father in Melbourne Australia. The project was begun at the end of 2011 and we're aiming on a twelve month time schedule, finishing at the end of 2012.

Barrelback by Leo Eimers, Almere, The Netherlands

Pictures of the Barrelback I am building. 2nd Update November 2013

Update November 2013

June 2013

Barrelback 19 by Richard Salvatore, Ballston Spa, New York

February 2015

Barrelback finished in 22 months.

Designed a hardtop that hinges in the back for entry.

Powered by an original 95 HP Hercules k block.

Will send more pictures and comments in the near future .

--- Doc Salvatore.

Barrelback 20 by Robert McLean, Wayne, Nebraska

August 2015

My Parents took me for a ride on a wooden boat in Michigan in 1958. That planted the seed for this 2008 project.

As you can see once the seed is planted I jump right in. :-) A little over five years from start to finish.

The following is a brief photo journal of the birth of "Hot Mahogany."

Barrelback by Daniel Holmes, Fairport, New York

Updated 2 June 2014

July 2012

Showing each step in the building process. I'm trying to take enough pictures to show anyone that is thinking about building the Barrelback how I went about doing so.

Barrelback 19 by Joakim Funhammar, Stokholm, Sweden

<p> Updated 20 May 2013 </p><p> April 2013</p>

Barrelback 19 by Ben Brayshaw, Geelong, Australia

<p> November 2013 </p><p> Thank you for the great plans. I have attached a picture of my boat so far and would like to re-iterate how much fun I have had building it so far. </p>

Barrelback 19 by Gary Schoenfeldt - Sagle, Idaho

<p> Click <a href=\"\">here</a> for Gary\'s PDF booklet of building his Barrelback added August 2015 </p> <p> New Photos Added February 2013 </p> <p> June 2012 </p><p> This Barrelback 19 is built from plans by Ken Hankinson, who got his start with Glen-L and since his retirement Glen-L is the only source for Ken\'s plans. I started the project in 2002. Due to work responsibilities and having to build it in an outside shelter which did not allow work to proceed in the winter in Olympia, Washington it has taken me 10 years to complete it. </p><p> In 2009 I retired and moved the boat to our new home in Sagle, Idaho. Since then I\'ve been able to put more time into completing it. </p><p> As soon as the water level in Lake Pend Oreille is raised to its normal summer level I will be launching. </p><p> Ken Hankinson\'s plans were great and easy to follow. I\'m very happy with the way it turned out. </p><p> I have two things to complete before launching; I will be painting the name \"Miss Cilla\" on the transom and adding a few more coats of varnish on the sides of the hull. </p>


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