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Glen-L Riviera Build By Donald Collier – Cookeville TN – Build Summary Part 2

On April 16, 2019, in Builder Blogs, Cold Molded Construction, Inboard Powered, by Donald Collier
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(Note: if you want to read this in sequential order, start from the bottom) I started building the Riviera in October of 2015.  I have been writing a blog from the beginning documenting the progress.  The blog was getting very long very slow for me to update.  The first blog documents progress from October 1, 2015 to […]

Glen-L Riviera Build By Donald Collier – Cookeville TN – Build Summary 10-1-15 Thru 5-7-16

On April 16, 2019, in Builder Blogs, Inboard Powered, Outboard Powered, by Donald Collier
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This blog documents progress from 10-1-15 Thru 5-7-16.  See the second blog that documents progress from 5-7-16 to date.  The following Link will take you to the Riviera build part two.  Riviera Part Two Progress 10-1-15 Thru 5-7-16 The featured image is not the Riviera, but is close.  I will be increasing the Riviera length […]

2018 Gathering of Glen-L Boatbuilders

On October 19, 2018, in Gatherings, by Gayle Brantuk
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“Awesome Gathering. I think it was the best ever. Great crowd and Tony is really making things really work well for us. The floating patio is such a great place for our evening dining and gathering for fun and karaoke.” – Roberta Hegy, Queen of the Boatbuilders The most recent Gathering, G-12, was quite a […]

Walter’s Malahini Build

On September 4, 2018, in Builder Blogs, Outboard Powered, by WalterH
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Frames I spent the month of July making the frames for my Malahini and took August off. September is off to a good start with building the form and hanging the frames.  I raised the height of the building form to “bucket height” so I can fair the sheer without getting on my knees.  I […]

Titan Tug to take to the waters of Georgia Strait

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Latest additions to the Blog   A note on the blog notes; I’m building the blog notes – latest at the top, oldest at the bottom.  So if something doesn’t make sense, scroll down and pick the story up where it starts, then work your way back to see where it finishes.  I am also […]

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