Tag Archive for: Butler built boats
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Butler Built Boats – The BoatsClassic Boats, Destinations
What a wonderful portfolio of some of the nicest boats on the bay. And they all came from one place, one family, and one soul. The Butlers. This family has had generations of craftsmen and simple humility all designed and built into timeless…
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Glenna Fay, My First Deadrise Crush!Art, Classic Boats
Yesterday while at the Reedville Railway one of my favorite local boats showed up for a little this and that. Glenna Fay is a 38ish foot Butler Built deadrise. Rounded stern, and jaw dropping lines. Built right here on the same railway in…
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What Is It About This Photo?Art
Yesterday I got several requests for this photo. What the heck? I have shot this same shot 1000 times. And yet yesterdays sparked the most feedback. The only thing I can surmise is that the two wood boats in the background complete the story.…