Insequent’s New Engine Room

Insequent came to Port Townsend Shipwrights Co-op last fall.  Many exciting changes have been made to this 50 foot Ocean Alexander.  The engine room in particular has [...]

Tri-umph

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 [...]

Calculations for I.F. Mariner

Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, Jonathan Moore, is working on the I.F. Mariner design project for Port Townsend Shipwrights Co-op.  I visited him in his office at [...]

I.F. Mariner Work Progresses Quickly

Everyday I visit I.F. Mariner at Port Townsend Shipwrights Co-op, there is something new happening.  The shipwrights are working quickly to complete the project in time for [...]

Chimo No. 4’s Five Ft. Stern Extension

Progress continues on Chimo No. 4 at Port Townsend Shipwright's Co-op.  The five foot stern extension is built and being fiberglassed this week under shelter.   [...]

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I.F. Mariner

I.F. Mariner is hauled out at Port Townsend Shipwrights Co-op for a transformation from a Canadian logging vessel to a tender just in time for summer.  The [...]

Work Continues on the PT658 Heritage Boat

Port Townsend Shipwright Co-op Member, Jim Lyons, continues to travel to Portland and guide the all volunteer crew on the restoration project of the PT658 Heritage Boat. [...]

Keeping Busy in the Sunshine

Here at Port Townsend Shipwrights Co-op spring has brought us beautiful sunshine, while we continue a busy schedule repairing a wide variety of vessels in boat haven. Chimo No. 4 [...]

Western Prince II

Western Prince II, which provides whale and wildlife tours in Friday Harbor, is getting a coat of ePaint for the third year.  The owner had great success during [...]

All Star

All Star was hauled out at Port Townsend Shipwrights Co-op for new stabilizer poles.  Zeke McFadin and Greg Laubach fabricated the aluminum poles.  Zeke was completing the [...]

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