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All Schooner and No Skiff Would Make Things Dull at BMC

Hello Fans of Porcupine and BMC, At roughly 42 by 15 feet, Porcupine inhabits a rather large section of both the BMC boatshop and our current organizational focus. She is by no means, however, the only vessel our students and staff are working on. In fact, BMC’s 92nd boat — our second St. Ayles Skiff — will launch this afternoon. Students from the Bayfront Alternative Education Program, apprentices from Project Sail and Project Voyage, and BMC volunteers all contributed to the skiff’s construction under the watchful instruction of our aptly named boatbuilder, Jodi Carpenter. Their labors will come to fruition as the


Second St. Ayles Skiff Nearing Completion

Students will be making and setting floorboards, applying varnish, and building and installing a coxswain seat on the second St. Ayles Skiff. Follow our students’ progress on our student written blog ~  


St. Ayles Skiff in WoodenBoat Magazine

From WoodenBoat Magazine #241, November-December 2014 – Launchings. We are very proud of our student’s great work.


Second St. Ayles Skiff Is on the Way

Our students have been working hard on the second St. Ayles Skiff! Check out their progress at BMC’s blog highlighting the two skiffs being built for Erie’s inaugural Community Rowing Program.  


First Week of St. Ayles Skiff Construction

Here is an update of the St. Ayles Skiff just after the first week of building.  


Students Begin Building St. Ayles Skiff

Erie students began building the first St. Ayles Skiff today. Two Skiffs will be built at BMC; they will be used in Erie’s first Community Rowing Program.

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