LAMP Boatworks Hull Inventory
This is an ongoing listing by Hull Number of all small craft constructed by LAMP Boatworks at the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Museum.
Bevin's Skiff, traditional skiff design provided as a kit by Alexandria Seaport Foundation. Length: 11' 8", width: 4' 6", max. capacity: 460 lbs. Includes daggerboard, mast and rig, and oars. Completed March 2008.
LMP0005 Barca chata. This is the third barca chata built (see LMP0002, LMP0004). Partially assembled at the Society for Historical Archaeology Public Archaeology Day, Kingsley Plantation, January 9, 2010. Finished later that month, and donated to Fort Mose State Park for display.
LMP0008 Susan Skiff. This classic skiff was first designed by Jacksonville boat builder Robert Steward, and named after his daughter’s childhood friend. Length overall: 11’ 3”, Beam: 3’ 10”. Launched January 20, 2011. This boat was won in the 2011 LAMP Boatworks Boat Drawing by a lucky family in Miami, Florida.
LMP0009 Chaisson Dory Tender. This is the second Chaisson Dory built by the LAMP Boatworks (see LMP0003 above). Completed 15 March 2012. This is the third Boatworks vessel to be given away in a fundraising drawing, with tickets on sail beginning on March 17 at the 20th annual Lighthouse Festival.
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