I think though that a lot of them either leak through the hull or through the deck and there is a lot of maintenance required to keep them up to scratchOh yeah!
Those old wooden boats have a really special charm to them, even to a forest dweller like myself.
HiDon, how close are you to the Tasmanian Wooden Boat Centre? Just asking because I was there last Friday, did the coastal drive from Hobart to Huonville then down to the wooden boat centre for a look. Lots of incredible boats around that part of the world.
The photo's I added today were taken between Huonville and Port Huon with most of them being around Franklin where the wooden boat centre isCool, I'm back in QLD now so too late to visit, but I was looking at the area as we were driving and it looked a hell of a lot like some of the photos you've posted of your boat in the past.
Unfortunately we had limited time so we only got as far as Franklin.The photo's I added today were taken between Huonville and Port Huon with most of them being around Franklin where the wooden boat centre is
Did you continue past Franklin or was it as far south as you travelled
Regards a Don