Wooden Boat Building Lumber

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Zodiac Schooner Under Way www.schoonerzodiac.com. In 1993 we supplied some of the most beautiful boat planking for the Schooner Zodiac. She is the largest working Schooner on the West Coast.

Boat lumber is usually very high grade wood. Boat builders like very dense grained old growth for their projects. They cannot use kiln dried stock because the cellular structure of the wood changes during the drying process and cannot withstand constant use in water.

With air dried old growth recycled lumber, the high grain density, stability, and consistency of the reclaimed wood is ideal for boat restorations and construction. We remill boat lumber to your specifications.

Crossroads had a great time supplying timber for the restoration of the Schooner “Wawona” and Tugboat “Arthur Foss” in Seattle. We really love these old boats.

Click here to visit Northwest Seaport website to learn more about these boats.

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Wawona

Wawona Pacific Schooner Restoration, Seattle, Washington
More information about the Wawona Pacific Schooner

 

Wawona Pacific Schooner, Under Way
Built in Fairhaven, California in 1897

Arthur Foss

Arthur Foss, Historic Tug Boat, Built in 1889 and Harbored at Lake Union in Seattle
More information about the Arthur Foss Tugboat

Some of our favorite links for wooden boats. We have worked with and supplied various folks in all of these organizations:

Commencement Training Vesselwww.coastalheritage.org Coastal Heritage Alliance

www.cwb.org Center for Wooden Boats in Seattle

www.nwmaritime.org Northwest Maritime Center and Wooden Boat Foundation in Port Townsend, WA

Contact Us

PO Box 928, 58500 Hancock Way
North Fork, CA 93643
Phone 559-877-3645
Toll Free 888-842-3201 Fax 559-877-3646
info@crossroadslumber.com

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