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a person who builds boats

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In the book, he recalls as a boatbuilder looking enviously towards the men working on the salmon boats in Caernarfon.
The Senora yacht, which was rescued from being broken up, and will be restored by trainee boatbuilders
Steven, who owns Isle of Skye Boatbuilders near Dornie, said: "I really am chasing the floating voter.
Boatbuilders who already have a CLC boat or two are encouraged to bring them along to show off.
Mr Nunn, 85, was born in the Isle of Wight and on leaving school he became an apprentice boatbuilder in Cowes.
Bellingham boatbuilder Norstar Boats finalized a lease with the Port of Bellingham on Dec.
Brian is doing far better service reminding us of what we shouldn't be able to forget than continuing his trade as a boatbuilder or sailor.
Among the other artists and craftspeople at the festival will be blind boatbuilder Roger Hall, 61, of Plassey Street, Penarth.
Prompt local service in place of "crisis management" and flexible fleet management tailored to change according to requirements has led boatbuilder Sunseeker International to standardise on Nissan Forklift for its materials handling.
As a boatbuilder, you spend all that time aligning to within four-thousandths of the transmission shaft, and as soon as you put the boat in the water, everything moves.
Lured by what he perceives as the romance of "the land of a thousand whales" and profoundly uninterested in becoming a boatbuilder like his father, Sebastian stows away on a whaling ship headed for Labrador.
Even supporters are pessimistic on that last score, for, as retired boatbuilder Andres Luna told MSNBC (Oct.
On top of the joint lines, the boatbuilder applied a precut carbon-fiber tabbing impregnated with epoxy.
Ralph Stanley: Tales Of A Main Boatbuilder is not just the life story of a Southwest Harbor man, but the more than fifty year history of a thriving Maine family wooden boat building business.
Pernu's father was a boatbuilder, so since childhood he was exposed to the tactile and sensory nature of timber and gained an appreciation of its technical potential -- how it could be cut, shaped and jointed.