3) “Fleetwood” a NAJA 30 foot plywood kit boat. A slide show of it’s construction in 1979 and related events.

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Link to description and pictures of the boat and its construction in 1979 and related events:

      https://youtu.be/YtPYPoCC-bA  a 9.32 minute  slide show.









And be sure to read the story of  how “Fleetwood” als most ended up as “A Slow Boat to China”


2 Comments so far ↓

  1. Paul Vawter says:

    Are the Naja 30 plans still available, if so, from who?
    Thank you,
    Paul Vawter
    Vawter marine

  2. jackvanommen says:

    Dear Paul,

    There have never been any plans available of the NAJA. It was designed as a kit boat.
    If you are looking for something like this you might check with George Whisstock.at http://www.whisstock.com
    George Whisstock made the NAJA kits from a Sylvestre Langevin design.

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