Hi folks, I am looking for a cover for my DN so I can protect it from the elements during transport and storage. I am handy with needle and thread and would like to keep the price reasonable so a few holes or tears do not scare me. You can call me at 802-238-7529 or email me at email@example.com. Thank you. Ron Bouchard Shelburne, Vermont
Caught the bug sailing my friends Skimmer 45 this weekend in Malletts Bay, VT. What a rush! Now looking for a cheap (or less) Skimmer, Skeeter, DN, or what have you ice boat collecting dust in your shed or backyard that you’d like to pass along. I won’t be racing (yet) so it doesn’t need to be perfect. I’m happy to travel to see it…thanks! Contact me at rzim […]
Considering sale of skeeter built by Henry Dube of Western Connecticut Ice yacht club; mast is damaged after falling to the ice. Sail also has two small holes. Fuselage has a small defect as well. Plank is ~15 feet wide, and 32 inch runners are in good shape. Boat has performed well on the ice, and is made from Popular Mechanix plans from 1971. If interested […]
CSI plank for sale- Cedar and glass, 2 1/2″ of crown, bends 1 1/2″ with 190 lb of weight. Good for a heavier sailor or take a sander to it and soften it up a bit…. Gloss black Awlgrip paint, foot pads installed, holes drilled for Struble chock studs. $750 Contact T for details and photos 401 258 6230 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ice boat hull extension. Cock pit to short!!!! I have just the thing, The hull extension kit. Just cut your hull in half and glue this one in. Be a trend setter. $2500.00 E-mail email@example.com and I will get back to you before spring.
For Sale: DN #5022 -built by Luke Buxton in 2001 -sitka spruce sides and front of cockpit, with cedar for the bulkheads -reinforced the mast step area with plywood on either side of the mast step as well as blocking for better bonding -bracing to secure everything -cockpit area has a vaccumed bag a layer of triaxial cloth on either side with a fillet underne […]
What magic there is in the beauty of a distant unknown lake. The five of us today had never been on Long Pond MDI before, so the vistas were fresh and awesome. There are three arms to this lake. The … Continue reading →
The nomads are heading for Long Pond on Mt Desert at 7AM. The local faithful are off to play with “CIBC’s Ice Queen” Dammy (Damariscotta) where there will be at least five boats today and maybe tomorrow, which is forecast … Continue reading →