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Console Skiff Interview

On October 12, 2012, in Glen-L Styles, by Gayle Brantuk
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Today’s interview is another one of Kevin Brown of Cape Canaveral, Florida. In 2010, we interviewed Kevin and titled the post “Warning! Boatbuilding is an Addition”. That’s because Kevin has so far built 5  boats. He’s built the Tubby Tug, Squirt, Console Skiff and is currently building the Kingfisher. Back after he built the Tubby […]

RicksRig, Bullseye with SelfBailer??

On June 12, 2012, in Builder Blogs, by RicksRig
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Launched my BullsEye last September and have had quite a few sailing trips on Birch Bay this winter & spring.  Really enjoying getting back to dinghy sailing.  So responsive.  But most of the rides are quite wet!  Finding it very easy to get water coming in over the side in just 12-15 knots wind.  And then its very […]

Glen-L History Photo #6

On January 20, 2012, in History Photo of the Week, by Gayle Brantuk
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The Famous Glen-L Poster Girl! This week’s history photos are of the Glen-L poster girl. A couple of these are used on our website in the “About Us” section and the “About our Plans & Patterns” page. Today you’re going to get the “rest of the story” as Paul Harvey liked to say… First off, […]

Glen-L History Photo #5

On January 13, 2012, in History Photo of the Week, News From Gayle, by Gayle Brantuk
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Not every Glen-L design concept has hit the market and our furniture line is one that didn’t. Here’s a quote from the original “Scope of Program”: “The object of the proposed furniture program is to provide complete designs for a series of contemporary home furnishings that can be built by the average “do it yourself” amateur […]

David Solaro’s Monte Carlo Build Photos Updated

On December 30, 2011, in Glen-L Styles, Monte Carlo, Plywood Construction, Power Cruisers, by John B
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The Glen-L Monte Carlo is a sleek and long classic barrel-back inboard 24′ 6″ runabout. As seen from the stern, the sides flow into the deck in a seamless circular arc resembling a half barrel. A styling typical of the finer Chris Craft of yesteryear and, when finished in gleaming mahogany, craft of this type […]

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