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Site Last Updated: October 30, 2012
Recent launchings Chris Duff has relaunched his modified Merry Wherry Two with custom decks in preparation for his Iceland expedition. Here are three photos taken during recent training.Good Luck Chris. See more here.
Progress continues on the construction of the prototype of a new "ultimate" open water rowing skiff featuring a self draining cockpit design. See more here.
The Compass Project uses boat building and rowing to provide positive direction to youth in their community. Here are some photos midway through a week-long program that high school students have been working on along with a group of volunteers. The first two Merry Wheerys of the year! www.compassproject.org
Rocking the Boat uses traditional wooden boatbuilding and on-water education to help young people develop into empowered and responsible adults. They are also working on a Wherry at this time. Be sure to check out both of these great organizations. www.rockingtheboat.org
Saturday June 4, 2011 Wayland Marine was up on Lake Whatcom for the Learning to Row event at Bloedel Donovan Park. Here are some great photos taken by the Bellingham Herald. It was a beautiful and sunny day. Thanks to all that came out.
36th Annual Wooden Boat Festival September 7th-9th, 2012 Wayland Marine will be there this year with two beautiful boats. A Merry Wherry and a Merry Wherry Two. Come out and enjoy all the boats and sun in Port Townsend.