With the need for a hardworking and sturdy boat, the British Columbia Police Force commissioned a 50-foot double-ender designed by Robert Allan to be built at Menchions [...]


Rod Miller had his gillnetter, Tri-umph, hauled out at Port Townsend Shipwrights Co-op this spring.  Now it is back in the water and the shipwrights are running [...]

Sara B Returns to Port Townsend Shipwrights Co-op

Sara B is a regular client who has returned to Port Townsend Shipwrights Co-op after hitting a rock in Ketchikan, Alaska. This beautiful boat will have a [...]

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The Muskrat is Close to Completion

The Muskrat bustles with shipwrights weekly and the transformation has been impressive.  Here is a progression of photographs taken during the past many weeks. An 800 [...]

Muskrat: A Short History on the Scow

The Muskrat, an 88-foot scow, has been at the Shipwright's Co-op for several months now.  As all scows, it was built during World War II, designed to [...]


The Muskrat arrived to the Shipwright's Co-op after it was hit by a 100 foot crabber while docked in Kodiak, Alaska.  Project Manager, Martin Mills, is working [...]

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