PT11 at NW School of Wooden Boat Building

We are please to report that the NW School of Wooden Boat Building is building a PT Eleven nesting dinghy as part of their contemporary boat building program. It is being built in their newly built, on campus facility,  the Jeff Hammond building, especially designed to serve as a workshop for larger projects. The boat school students are working the Sliver project;     a 62foot, Bob Perry designed super sleek, day sailor.  Take note that the first photo is  taken with an extremely wide angle lens. The boat in the background really is 62ft long.
The PT Eleven is being built along side the Sliver project. When completed, it will be for sale. If anyone is interested in purchasing a completed PT Eleven, they should contact Bruce Blatchley at the school. (see above NWSWB  link) Russell says they are doing a really clean job so far.

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