A stylish and distinctive double-ender
Tacking off the timeless, craggy coast of Devon, the Storm 23 looked decidedly unconventional, even kooky, and yet there was something about her that inspired confidence: a purposeful air, a look of intent, almost of defiance.
A rich man's tender, a poor man's yacht?
What started out as a design for a motor-yacht tender finished up as a versatile pram that is as well suited for motoring, sailing, and rowing as it for gracing a pair of davits.
Paddling the Northern Forest Canoe Trail
The Northern Forest Canoe Trail stitches together 740 miles of lakes, streams, rivers, and portages that lie along the boreal fringes of New York and New England. Donnie Mullen was the first to paddle the full length of the trail he and his wood-and-canvas canoe survived the trip, both a bit worse for the wear.
Adding Accents to Edges
With a simple shop-made tool you can bring out the best of your boat’s curves with a decorative touch, a tradition that goes back a thousand years.
A Seat-of-the-Pants Assessment
Fluidized gel takes the takes the pressure off sitz bones.
Compact and Capable
The M12 lithium-ion battery provides plenty of power without bulk.
Designed for Maine, Built for North Carolina
True to the shape of the original carvel-planked hull, this lapstrake version has an intentionally hogged bottom to get it up on plane quickly and keep the bow down.