Boatbuilding Blog

January 22, 2008

Visit To Devlin

Filed under: Building - Considerations — tomlarkin @ 2:53 pm

I went down to the Devlin boatbuilding shop, ostensibly to meet Joel and pick up a roll of glass, but really just to see the place. It was a great trip. Sam was in Mexico, but I met Joel Mill and two others in the crew (both of whose names I forgot – sorry guys!), all of whom were helpful and friendly. On the way out I stopped in Olympia and took a lot of detail pictures of some other Devlin boats in the water. I’ll make a page for them one of these days.

Here’s the shop in Maps.Live.com. The large red-roofed building is the main shop.

 

Office The office – very nautical.

 

DSCN2076 I talked to this guy a while. He showed me around the shop and we discussed boats. He was really into boatbuilding and seemed like a real pro.

DSCN2078 Inside the shop. They use the upper decks to get into larger boats.

Godzilli They’ve got the original 16 foot Godzilli for sale. Here are some other pictures of this boat. There was some discussion of the shaggy fenders on the WoodenBoat forums. Here’s a picture of the back side of one showing the airplane tire used as a form for the baggywrinkle.

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