“Jesus Was A Woody Boater!” We Have Proof-ish.

No need to walk on water when you have a woody boat!

Here it is.. Direct from the holy land

We got this live-ish report in from fellow Woody Boater herb Hall from Sierra Boat Company. Herb is traveling the globe looking for more Woody Boats.. Well that’s what we think, why would anyone travel anyplace to just see whats there? Anyway, here is Herbs report. Take it away Herb.

Looks like it doesnt need a new bottom, but man oh man those top sides need some TLC

Looks like it doesnt need a new bottom, but man oh man those top sides need some TLC

Live from lake Galilee Israel. Proof that Jesus was a Woody Boater. This 2000 year old boat was found in the mud in the 80’s when the lake level dropped during a severe drought. It’s about 40 feet long and typical of the type of boat used in Jesus’ time. It’s made of cedar with oak ribs and iron fasteners. Basically built like a big canoe.

Here is the model, all ready to go.

Here is the model, all ready to go.

So when Jesus needed to get around Lake Galilee, he got around in a boat like this. No dock, no problem, he could walk on water.

20 replies
    • Alex
      Alex says:

      This is all hearsay (heresy?).

      There’s absolutely no proof-ish.

      Now Noah, however… THERE’s a WoodyBoater! Though I’ll bet all the animal claws and hoofs played havoc on his varnish.

  1. Old Salt
    Old Salt says:

    A little CPES and some 5200 and it should be good to go……………! Don”t forget the five gallon bucket…

  2. Rick
    Rick says:

    Check The Essential Guide for details for some minor restoration. A little too much “patina” even for a user boat. Rush and it can be shown in Algonac.

  3. Alex
    Alex says:

    Hey, our lake (Huron) level has also dropped. Perhaps we’ll find another boat in our waters. In fact, there must be another. Because everyone knows He would have owned a 25′ Sportsman.

  4. Pooh
    Pooh says:

    I understand there were three Jesus boats. This was just a prop for the last supper. Jesus’s real boat is still in a barn in MA.

    • Dreed
      Dreed says:

      The Nena, Pinta, and the Santa Maria if my memory is correct. At least that is what Jethro thought.

  5. brian t
    brian t says:

    I don’t know.

    I think Jesus’ wife Mary Magdalene would have insisted upon having a better boat – a Riva Tritone.

    • Rick
      Rick says:

      He probably would have told her the truth about restoration costs and ended up sleeping in the stable.

  6. MikeM
    MikeM says:

    This was a great thread to come in late on….great stuff. I wonder which restorer he’d pick or if he’d stick with Joseph.

    This story kind of “Screws Up” Alex’s story because as I understand it, he told his wife the Red and White was Jesus’ boat and that’s how he got it……

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