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Whitehall Bucket List Build

On April 5, 2018, in Builder Blogs, Human Powered, by mccollumj
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Planning Stages: One of my “bucket list” items has always been, “Build a wooden rowboat from scratch”.  However, you need many things to accomplish this task. Besides all of the tools necessary to cut and shape wood accurately you also need a place to do the work and above all, THE TIME TO DO IT!! […]

Whitehall Rowing Craft Builder Interview

On May 3, 2012, in News From Gayle, Videos, by Gayle Brantuk
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 Howard and Laura Bergenholz built a beautiful Whitehall and today’s interview shows this fine piece of craftsmanship. Howard added an interesting feature to his boat in that he installed a small electric motor on the bottom of the rudder. Howard planed all his own wood and cut a bead and cove in each strip. He used […]

Boats in the Water at G5

On February 2, 2012, in Videos, by Gayle Brantuk
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One of the very best parts of our annual Gathering of Boatbuilders is the privilege of riding in many different Glen-L boats!  Seeing a video of them in the water may not be quite as fun, but I hope you enjoy it! This year, we added boat names so you’ll know which design you’re looking at. […]

Whitehall electric launch

On December 19, 2011, in Glen-L Styles, by paul
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Hi fellow boatbuilders, I used the blueprints for the hull and added a fore and aft deck for floatation and storage. The middle rowing bench encloses 4 semitraction batteries and the drive and control head for the motor. I used a 80 pound minn kota electric motor built into the rudder which will drive the […]

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