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  • "The reality of it was a catastrophe that the American boat-building industry hasn't recovered from to this day."

    President Gets Flak for Jet-Tax Idea

  • It will also host a houseboat turned floating environmental lab dubbed Jerko the Gowanus Water Vacuum, and will become a location for Sea Worthy, a multifaceted project encouraging artistic boat-building and the use of New York's waterways.

    Far Rockaway's Far-Out Art Scene

  • It started with an innocent experiment in lofting, a technique also known as “skinning” that originated in boat-building.

    Wolfram Blog : 2009 : September

  • After thirty years they had developed a very high quality boat-building and carpentry workshop, so they began looking ahead.

    Waterproof Porcelain Vase by Maxim Velčovsk

  • They design and craft handmade wooden bathtubs and washbasins, a combination of their carpentry tradition and modern boat-building technologies.

    Waterproof Porcelain Vase by Maxim Velčovsk

  • A basketball court and a garden tended by students flank the entrance; inside, the rooms include a greenhouse, an aquaponics lab where tilapia and oysters are raised, and a boat-building workshop, where a sloop patterned on one that sailed the harbor in 1849 is under construction.

    At Unique High School, New York Harbor Is the Subject

  • That tax, also passed in the name of social justice, nearly ruined the boat-building industry in states like Florida and Maine, because the rich went to the Bahamas and elsewhere to buy their boats until Congress repealed the yacht tax in 1993.

    Refloating Florida's Boats

  • In boat-building, with big pieces of plywood, you minimize your cuts.

    Hidden Secrets, Hidden Lives

  • For more than a century, San Blas, officially founded in 1768, functioned as an important boat-building center and port.

    Did you know? "The Bells of San Blas", Nayarit, Mexico

  • An artist trying to stay “truer to the material, by utilizing the elastic possibilities of the material,” Pliessnig combines boat-building techniques with furniture building techniques.

    DesignPhiladelphia – Day 3 « DESIGNPHILADELPHIA

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