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Old school boats! #Woodenboats

Old school boats! #Woodenboats

Photo Credit - Classic Boating Magazine A Bimonthly magazine devoted to the golden era of vintage powerboats: Chris-Craft, Gar Wood, Hacker Craft, and many more. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Classic-Boating/370882858095

Photo Credit - Classic Boating Magazine A Bimonthly magazine devoted to the…

Hardanger Wooden Boat Festival 2013 in Norway.

Hardanger Wooden Boat Festival 2013 in Norway - Visitors' Award Price Winner M/Y Mathilde built Photo by Mariusz Marczak.

Cool classic wood boat

“Rosita” is a replica of 1924 John Hacker gentlemans racer rebuilt by Frecheville Heaney boat builders in Paynesville Victoria. I actually have the complete plans to build this. Holding out until retirement.

Daysailer Ginger built by Brooklin Boat Yard. Photo by Alison Langley Boat name: Ginger Model: “Spirit of Tradition” daysailer Designer: Brooklin Boat Yard Design Associates Builder: Brooklin Boat Yard

McLaren Designer Builds a Stunning Wood Electric Powerboat (4 Photos) - Suburban Men - December 2, 2015

McLaren Designer Builds a Stunning Wood Electric Powerboat (4 Photos)

McLaren's Design Boss Just Built the World’s Most Beautiful Powerboat - The Drive

My favorite boat of all time, the Pardon Me by Hutchinson Boat Works 1948.  She's a 48' runabout...  and such a beauty!

My favorite boat of all time, the Pardon Me by Hutchinson Boat Works Shes a 48 runabout. and such a beauty!

"Thunderbird" The largest and undoubtedly the most elegant of all gasoline powered, mahogany hulled "woodies" to grace the waters of Lake Tahoe is the Thunderbird. Designed for real estate tycoon "Captain" George Whittell, Jr., by naval architect John Hacker in Michigan, this 55' marine masterpiece was built by Huskin Boat Works in Detroit. #boatonlakemichigan

"Thunderbird" The largest and undoubtedly the most elegant of all gasoline powered, mahogany hulled "woodies" to grace the waters of Lake Tahoe is the Thunderbird. Designed for real estate tycoon "Captain" George Whittell, Jr., by naval architect John Hacker in Michigan, this 55' marine masterpiece was built by Huskin Boat Works in Detroit. #boatonlakemichigan

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