Captn Pauleys Virtual Boat Yard — Projects Galore!!!: The lost Art of Fender Boards.
Re-stitching a mainsail cover:
This past Saturday was opening day of deer season here in Missouri. By the time I got out in the woods, however, it was 62 degrees and very windy – not great hunting conditions. So, I gave up hunting pretty quickly and focused my energy at The Yacht Barn. I decided to pull the Balboa … Continue reading
What does this have to do with sailboat repair and restoration? Well, you’ve got to have a place to set your drink don’t you? Plus, I was sold just on the name alone! –arthur
It doesn’t look much different, but The Yacht Barn has moved to SomethingCool.com for hosting! There are still some kinks to iron out, but West Marine, as well as all our other programs, will work here. Thanks to everyone at SomethingCool.com for their help! –arthur
Well, after nearly a month of back and forth, we were finally approved for West Marine’s Affiliate program – only to find that WordPress.com doesn’t allow affiliate links (except for Amazon – go figure…). So, I apologize, but the West Marine links don’t work at the moment. We are currently looking for a different hosting … Continue reading
…. to help you with your own boat restoration? Please check out the Bookshelf and other featured suppliers on your left! For a more exhaustive list of resources, please check “Things we Need” – we will constantly be adding to it! –arthur
Untitled, a photo by ac0rn on Flickr. Look what The Admiral had made for me!
Any of you who know me know that The Yacht Barn has been just “The Barn” for many, many years. It has (and still does to some extent) housed Horses, Hay, ME (yes I did live in it for a short time), project vehicles, and, most importantly, JUNK. After purchasing the Balboa, I determined that … Continue reading