White Metal Welding 18' RI Builder

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White Metal Welding 18' RI Builder

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Post by AlloyToy » Tue Jul 07, 2015 8:45 am

Bay boat just built by a local RI builder :thumbsup:
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Re: White Metal Welding 18' RI Builder

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Post by kmorin » Tue Jul 07, 2015 1:41 pm

AlloyToy, that work boat looks good. When I looked at the wake, at first I thought;

"That guy is one good skiff driver! He pulled up to that dock at quite a clip and landed perfectly!"

Then I noticed the lines and realized it was a tow and went looking for more coffee. :doh:

Couldn't find a site for this builder? Maybe the name wasn't clear to me?

Cheers,
Kevin Morin
Kenai, AK
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Re: White Metal Welding 18' RI Builder

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Post by AlloyToy » Tue Jul 07, 2015 2:03 pm

Kevin,

He just started building boats.

Here is his link: https://www.facebook.com/pages/White-Me ... 2433868979

Did a lot of welding on my buddies boat that he built. He built this boat for a guy over in Narragansett Bay

Looks like it serves it purpose quite well

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Re: White Metal Welding 18' RI Builder

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Post by aluminumdreamer » Wed Jul 08, 2015 9:19 am

Great looking boats. The 14.5 skiff looks pretty stout. Starting to see more alloy in the NE these days. I was down on the Cape last weekend and stopped by a local welding shop to check out a flat bottom skiff being built. It's really got my gears turning.

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Re: White Metal Welding 18' RI Builder

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Post by AlloyToy » Wed Jul 08, 2015 11:00 am

aluminumdreamer wrote:Great looking boats. The 14.5 skiff looks pretty stout. Starting to see more alloy in the NE these days. I was down on the Cape last weekend and stopped by a local welding shop to check out a flat bottom skiff being built. It's really got my gears turning.
starting to see more in the salt ponds in RI all the oyster harvesters are using them now too :thumbsup:

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