Boatbuilding Blog

Other Godzillas

These are all the pictures I’ve been able to find of other Godzilla boats – from the Devlin site.

Bow View

Two Views

Inside Pilothouse

Starboard Side

Stern View

Without Windows

Construction Photos – Godzilla

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Construction Photos – Godzilli

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3 Comments »

  1. Looking at these other vessels, I think you made some excellent choices in improving the layout and design. I look forward to your blog. Lots of good ideas and inspiration. I am building a Bolger “Champlain” – 23 foot long-range, inland cruiser for two. Stich and glue – I estimate 1000 hours to complete and presently I’m about 1/4 done.

    Comment by Bill — January 3, 2009 @ 10:03 pm

  2. Thanks Bill. I looked closely at the Champlain, but decided to give up the wonderful interior for ease of getting around the outside. Post some pictures when you get the time!

    Comment by tomlarkin — January 4, 2009 @ 1:35 am

  3. JE trouve ce bateau vraiment magnifique: c’est vraiment un rêve que d’en avoir un identique. Je suis désolé de ne pouvoir exprimer mon enthousiasme en Anglais, mais je suis vraiment heureux de voir de telles réalisations.
    Patrick

    Comment by Patrick Eygonnet — October 8, 2014 @ 10:09 pm


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