If you love boats and wonder what's behind those pearly gates, pay a visit to the WoodenBoat School in Brooklin, Maine. Photos by Christa Buckingham. Web extra to Mary South's feature in our September 2011 issue.
Updated: August 31, 2011
The goal at the school is to create a hull you can be proud of.Christa Buckingham
WoodenBoat School in Brooklin, Maine.Christa Buckingham
Day one at the WoodenBoat School.Christa Buckingham
Hard work and time pay off when working on these boats.Christa Buckingham
Day three of working on a handmade boat.Christa Buckingham
Day FourChrista Buckingham
Classmates concentrate on boatbuilding greatness.
The Friday night lobster bake is a tradition.
Northeaster Dory in progress.
The finishing continues.
The class shows off the fruits of its labor.
Rich Hilsinger, left, WoodenBoat School director, and John C. Harris, owner of Chesapeake Light Craft and a WoodenBoat School instructor.
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