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SARDINE Aboard CONCUBINE / Herreshoff's
Rozinante / Castine, Maine.
[ red porcelain, first ever! installation
by Malone Boatbuilding. extensive stainless shielding.]
LITTLE COD in Wanzenburg "Camp
Cabin" / Upstate NY, USA.
[nice storage platform in plate steel.]
LITTLE COD & Deborah Gruenwoldt / Aboard
DAISY, an OFFSHORE 30 by Wirth Munroe / Seattle, Wa. USA.
[charcoal colored porcelain stove with a copper
smoke head on-deck]
SARDINE w/ Jane & Jenny / Aboard LUCY,
a custom camper trailer / Seattle, Wa. USA.
[plain iron stove with wood stowage below]
LITTLE COD w/ Alex & Elana Spear / Aboard
"Vito Dumas" / Port Townsend, Wa. USA.
[an older Lunenburg COD with new
blue porcelain. installed "port & starboard". ]
LITTLE COD aboard a 1955 Airstream* / California,
[blue porcelain w/ woodbox &
SARDINE & Barbara Gray / aboard "TEELOK",
a Sam Devlin catboat / Olympia, Wa. USA.
[plain iron w/ insulated tile platform.]
SARDINE aboard "LYNX", an "1812"
privateer schooner / Newport Beach, Ca. USA.
[plain iron w/ woodbox & copper
ELFIN / River Dart, UK.
[plain iron model. Interesting copper
tack detail on lower shield.]
LITTLE COD in a lovely backyard shed / London,
[a plain COD without a sea rail.
nicely proportioned wood & stone platform.]
SARDINE w/ Russ Manheimer / aboard "SJOGIN"
/ Manasquan, NJ. USA.
LITTLE COD / aboard "WANDERBIRD" /
Maine, Nova Scotia & Beyond.
SARDINE w/ Doug Jones & Salty
/ Aboard a W. Atkin "Ingrid" / Washington State, USA.
[plain iron model with door installed on left side vs.right.]
SARDINE / Parry installation in process
/ 18' catboat / Ohio, USA.
[plain iron model. well considered copper shielding.]
/ Aboard "LADY FRANCOISE" / 29' steel hull - Built 1964, Delft.
/ lying Belgium.
[plain iron model. left door, lots
of nice copper.]
/ Aboard Viano & Goff's 1997 Ford/Thomas School Bus. / Utah, USA.
[plain iron model. stainless shielding,
Griffiths - text from Swatchways & Little Ships
"How warm and almost luxurious our cabin appeared as we sat back relaxed
and contented after our meal. With a red glow from the stove and a soft light
from the oil lamp there is for me no place in the world quite so warmly
embracing and comforting as the cabin of a little yacht anchored in a
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