Mailbag: Whitehall Versatility

Posted by on Apr 20, 2013 in Mailbag, Whitehall |

  Today we look at some photos of different ways to experience the same boat – a 14′ Whitehall.  Many thanks to our customers who shared these photos with us… it’s great to be able to showcase the versatility of small craft! A Whitehall day trip – exploring Long Island Sound I took the vessel across Long Island Sound last summer.  I rowed from Stamford, CT to Oyster Bay, LI, to a spot called The Sand Hole,...

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Mailbag: Jersey Skiff Edition

Posted by on Apr 7, 2013 in Jersey Skiff, Mailbag |

Last week we did a “melonseed roundup” mailbag post, and we’d like to continue along the same lines and present a couple of mailbag items that have come in from Jersey Skiff owners: A bit of “Gratitude” from Coeur D’Alene: Recently the owner of a Jersey Skiff in Idaho made a comment on our Facebook page to which I sent a personal reply. Coeur D’Alene is such a beautiful area, there’s always...

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Melonseed Mailbag

Posted by on Apr 2, 2013 in Mailbag, Melonseed | 2 comments

A few days ago we posted a customer question about rowing the sailing melonseed.  Today we bring you a couple of Melonseed-related items that we pulled out of our mailbag for your perusal and pleasure! Melonseed at Jensen Point New Melonseed owner Bud S. was so excited about his new boat, he sent us a diary of his first adventure, a photo, and even video! Diary of a new Melonseed owner:   2/26/13 Drive to Gig Harbor to take delivery on new...

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GHBW Mailbag: Lobster Boat at Lake Quinault

Posted by on Jul 9, 2011 in Mailbag |

Lake Quinault is a large, remote lake on the Western edge of Washington’s Olympic Peninsula. Most of this lake is surrounded by the Olympic National Forest, Olympic National Park, and the Quinault Indian reservation. Mark and Suzanne have a place there where they sail their Gig Harbor Lobster Boat. Mark contacted us recently to get a replacement halyard block so we bribed him to send photos with a promise of a free block. The sailing...

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