Stig, from Denmark, has completed a wood frame Sea Cruiser.
Evan, from Canada, displays his Sea Rider folder. His comments…” I launched my Sea Rider at SSTIKS 2009, It’s a very fun to paddle kayak and my niece who hadn’t kayaked before got her first roll in it. My other niece got her first hand roll. I used arched inwales, a roll closure on the rear deck and a split aluminum coaming.”
Athena does a balance brace in the Sea Rider.
Dave, from Boulder, Colorado has completed a kids kayak based on a traditional Disco Bay design and a Sea Flea. The boat is 10′ X 18″ and weighs 14 lbs. The frame is lashed and glued cedar with a polyester skin coated with rustoleum paint. The coaming is bent ash. It took 4 days, part time, to construct the frame, and about 2 full days to skin and paint it. Total cost was about $63, most of that being the skin and paint.