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Zip Complete Wood Kit

On June 6, 2019, in Glen-L Styles, by Gayle Brantuk
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BREAKING NEWS! Glen-L now offers a complete precision CNC cut wood kit with all the wood you need to build the Glen-L Zip! The 14 foot Glen-L Zip is consistently one of our most popular designs for the first time boatbuilder. This design will hold 4 adults, is an outboard with beautiful classic lines and […]

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

On May 24, 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 […]

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