KLEBBA WOODEN SPEED BOAT NO. 1

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KLEBBA WOODEN SPEED BOAT NO. 1

90.00

Handcrafted wood and a colorful, minimal aesthetic are the essence of Ron Klebba's boats  that he makes in his studio in Hood River, Oregon. Each boat is unique and one of a kind in regards to it's color and sail combinations. Klebba stays true to materials used in building proper boats: Kirby Marine Paint for his colors, Marine Spar varnish to finish, hand-sewn sails, sail repair thread to join masts & solid brass hardware. 

Klebba has been a life long woodworker and in 1993 he built his first proper sailboat. The last boat he built was a 28 foot yawl rigged sailboat. He's restored & built small boats & spent time as a ship's carpenter for a "tall ship" on the Great Lakes of Michigan. Klebba currently sails a Cape Dory 25 on Lake Huron in the summers. Klebba handcrafts all his boats out of his studio in Hood River, Oregon.

 

  • Boat body: Walnut, Douglas Fir or Mahogany

  • Kirby Marin Paint

  • McCloskey's Marine Spar varnish

  • Wax coated polyester sail repair/whipping thread

  • Solid brass hardware

  • Sails hand-sewn by Nadine Klebba

  • 12" L x 3.5" W x 2" H

 

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