Cedar-strip canoe hull fabrication in process strip-built is a method of boat building commonly used for canoes and kayaks, but also suitable for larger boats. The process involves securing narrow, flexible strips of wood edge-to-edge around temporary forms. The strips are typically secured to each other with glue or nails. The roughly covered hull is then smoothed and reinforced with fiberglass before removing it from the forms. The inside is then smoothed and similarly reinforced.
- 100% hand built using western red cedar from Canada
- Built using ''strip built'' method, the same as building the full size kayak
- Features a set of kayak paddles and a wooden display stand
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