Wearl’s Aluminum Scrambler

On July 31, 2012, in Glen-L Styles, by Wearl

A lot of hours spent on this fun build and a lot more to go.  I look forward to running my boat in the river’s of the NW.  Smiles Wayne   Related Images:

Side Planking Complete

On June 21, 2012, in Glen-L Styles, by areame

NOTE: See areame’s earlier blog post about building a Glen-L Squirt in Grand Haven, Michigan here. I have epoxied and screwed both side panels into place. I then sanded down any exposed screws and covered them with a mahogany filler, which was also sanded down after it had hardened. I had a little extra space […]

Building the Yukon Just a Little Bigger – II

On June 15, 2012, in Glen-L Styles, by Tom Schmidt

  I started looking for boat plans a few years before I finally found Glen-L. I loved the hull design of the Yukon but I didn’t think there was enough room to live aboard so I stretched the hull to just under 40 feet. I was also concerned about the living space of the supper structure […]

Building the Yukon just a little bigger.

On June 12, 2012, in Inboard Powered, Plywood Construction, by Tom Schmidt

I’m a retired military vessel master with saltwater in my veins. I have always wanted a boat we could live aboard and enjoy our retirement. The cost of a vessel of this size was more than I wanted to try to finance so I decided to build my own. That way when I get it […]

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

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 […]