Between us we are working on wooden boats number 4 and 5 5 and 6 in the last 5 years.  We spend more time building them than sailing them - but we love it when we do get them out on the water. 

December 2015: so updates stopped for technical reasons - sorry.  The Chebacco was launched and a couple more boats have been built in the boatshops.  But Andrew has recently taken over the editorship of Chebacco.com so you will be able to see his Chebacco 25 as well as lots of other bolger Chebacco stuff there.

August 2013: Updates on this site have just about stopped due to a lack of space - that doesn't mean that we have stopped building boats, just that we have trouble showing you pictures.  The Eureka Canoe was finished last summer and is painted PINK. (my 5 year old daughter's decision)  For various reasons we haven't had a chance to try it yet.  The Chebacco is getting nearer launch.  The cockpit is all but complete, the cabin structure is part built, the mainsail has been sewn using my mother in law's home sewing machine on my lounge-room floor. I used Sailcut CAD to design the sail shape.
When we get the chance we will work out how to get more free web space to show our creations.

15/5/2012: Boat number 6, a Eureka Canoe by Michael Storer has been stitched together

3/04/2012: Chebacco 25,  date set to turn hull-15/04/2012  
4/04/2010: Boat number 4 (Cartopper Gruncho) is complete and due for a maiden voyage on Sunday!

"The desire to build a house is the tired wish of a man content thenceforward with a single anchorage. The desire to build a boat is the desire of youth, unwilling yet to accept the idea of a final resting place." -Arthur Ransome