The 1950’s crabbing skiff and vintage wood sunfish almost done!

I know for many of the pros out there, spending a week in the shop sanding an varnishing sounds NOT like a holiday. But for me, working in the shop with load music and the sound of sanding and shop vacs going is pure heaven. My skiff and one of the Sunfish’s that have yet to be finished from last years Christmas holiday. They are close now, trying to make room for the Whaler, now home in Falls Church ready for the shop. Now if you will excuse me, there is a varnish brush waiting for me!

The perfect 1970 Boston Whaler ready for her refresh. This will be her first refresh varnish in her lifetime!

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9 Responses to “A Week Of Classic Boat Bliss!”
  1. Allen

    Merry Christmas Matt from the about to get snowed in Michigan boaters……hope you and yours have a great holiday……..thanks for your dedication to the hobby and promoting the “life Style” of an era. In this day of instant gratification…..Woody’s on a lake with no agenda is a blessing most people miss…….funny how crazy people get smacking their Iphones when their app doesnt instantly appear, etc. Life is to savored and moments cherished. Remember it’s not the number of breathes you take during your life but the moments that “Take your breathe away”! Thanks for being YOU my friend…..

  2. WoodyGal

    Worthy projects! I love your flying red horse! Have wanted one of those since I first saw it at the gas station!

  3. mike gruenauer

    santa did not visit my brother tom gruenauer (chris restorer) he thought santa would leave that sons of varnish tee that you were going to send.
    the pic today of the wooden sunfish sailboat reminded me
    he was in on the find for you

    i got a plastic boat but love the woody boater site
    fly my pink burge from you always im a survivor

    mike

  4. Dick Dow

    If you were really serious, there would be pics of you sanding about now… 🙂

  5. Phillip Jones

    Matt, I,ve got something to trade you for the Peagusis, and its 1957 vintage. Will go great wiyh your gas pump. I’ll email you some photos after I shoot the red on it.

  6. Phillip Jones

    Also, now your catching on to the real woodyboater lifestyle. Now thats a positive winter post.