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People ask all the time about how the shantyboat was built

When we meet people they almost always ask the same series of questions:

  • “Did you build it?”
  • “What’s it built on?”
  • “How long did it take?”

And some of you may want to know that too. We’ve long kept a shantyboat build blog that detailed every laborious detail about building the boat. It was a separate thing that predated by two years the Secret Historyproject, and it stayed separate.

We’ve changed all that.

Now, all of the shantyboat build process is available on the Secret History website. From hull framing, sheeting, fiberglass, to cabin framing to finish. Check it out.

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