SCAMP is an extremely capable small boat; at 11 feet 11 inches in length. That 100 square foot sail drives here at a nice speed even in light airs as seen here.
The next SCAMP Camps are scheduled in the same location March 4th – 15th, 2013 and again in August, 2013; check the School’s website for details.
SCAMP Camp (sm) is taught by SCAMP’s designer, New Zealander John Welsford, and well-known small boat adventurer Howard Rice. 10 SCAMPs were built from CAD kits cut by Turnpoint Design of Port Townsend during the August 2012 workshop, and a total of twelve students participated in the class. Students came from as far away as Germany and from all across the US to attend the class.
The Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding (www.nwboatschool.org) hosted the first SCAMP Camp (sm) August 6th – 17th, 2012 at the Northwest Maritime Center in Port Townsend WA. The next SCAMP Camps are scheduled in the same location March 4th – 15th, 2013 and again in August, 2013; check the School’s website for details. www.nwboatschool.org
The March 2013 SCAMP Camp (sm) will be taught by the well-known small boat adventurer Howard Rice, and three local Boat School alumni: Scott Jones, Jason Bledsoe and Fred Shwiller. Jason and Scott taught the first Camp, pictured here.
SCAMP’s designer, New Zealander John Welsford, will help to teach the August 2013 SCAMP Camp (sm).
The Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding is located in Port Hadlock WA and is a private, accredited non-profit vocational school. You can find us on the web at www.nwboatschool.org .
Our mission is to teach and preserve the fine art of wooden boatbuilding and traditional maritime crafts.
We also teach a variety of workshops throughout the year, of which SCAMP Camp (sm) is one.
You can reach us via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling us at 360-385-4948.
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