Recently Christopher and Nick Crowhurst recently launched a new endeavor called CNC Kayaks. The goal was an inexpensive and easy to build plywood kayak. The result was the Shrike. It’s based on a historical specimen from the Disco BayRead More
Sorry I’ve been neglecting the website.
It’s been a while since the website saw some attention. Facebook has been making it too easy to post and share pictures that I forget about the site. Not everyone uses or
I just added two new designs to the Catalog of Designs. They are surf skis recently designed by Björn Thomasson: the Spray and the Spindrift 2.
Both are designed to be built using wood strips. What’s the differenceRead More
Both Jonathon Rose and Lisa Huntington competed (again) in this weekend’s Essex River Race in Essex, MA. From reports it was quite windy this year and times suffered. Lisa picked up first for in her class in the “MustangRead More
At this year’s 31st “Run of the Charles Kayak and Canoe Race” there were two Clear Stream kayaks! From the CRWA webpage:
The Run of the Charles Canoe & Kayak Race, the signature event of the Charles River Watershed
I launched “Clear Stream Custom Water Craft” nearly a year ago and now the website is finally ready for the world to see. First I’d like to welcome our smart-phone and tablet users. You should find the new siteRead More
This past weekend Lisa entered “Mustang Sally” in the Essex River Race in Essex, Massachusetts.
The Essex River Race is a 5.5+ mile open water event from the Essex River at Route 133 in Essex, out behind the barrier
2012 “Mustang Sally” Wahoo Fast Sea Kayak
Built for LISA in Massachusetts. The Whoo was designed by John Winters, a world renown canoe and kayak designer as a open water competition sea kayak targeted forRead More
Another Black Pearl is leaving the shop this weekend! AND, it’s an international order to boot. Over the summer I was commissioned to build it by a customer from Ottawa, Ontario. I finished work on it this weekend.Read More
Björn Thommason, the designer of the fabulous Black Pearl sea kayak, recently posted a short article on his website promoting my current build. The original is in Swedish. He has yet to post his usual English translation. The Google Translate version is quite clear