Kingston, N.Y. - The Wooden Boat School at the Hudson River Maritime Museum, is excited to offer a robust list of courses perfect for every boat enthusiast. Starting Friday March 17th, Captain Ken Roberts will host a Six Pack through 100 Ton Master Captain’s License course. This class takes place over 11 days and will provide the training and testing requirements to apply for a US Coast Guard License.
What better way to spend the summer with a week-long course building your very own canoe! From June 10-15, Instructor Rich Cerruto will lead students in building skin-on-frame double paddle canoes. This lightweight canoe only weighs 30 lbs and will be constructed with a wooden frame and stretched with a nylon "skin". Each student will leave with a completed canoe ready for the water. Easily car-topped, they are perfect for casual paddlers and beginning boatbuilders alike.
If you are looking for the most unique way to bond with your loved ones, why not build a boat together? Families and friends are encouraged to join us for a weekend of private group instruction where teams of 2-5 people will build a complete row boat that is ready for paint. This private group course is offered June 23 & 24, and there is possibility to arrange alternative dates upon request. The boat is yours to take home at the end of the class.
The Hudson River Maritime Museum is dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of the maritime history of the Hudson River, its tributaries and related communities. In addition to extensive collections documenting maritime transportation, industry, recreation, and natural science, the museum offers classes and programs at its Wooden Boat School, Sailing and Rowing School, and aboard its floating classroom, Solaris. The museum is located along the historic Rondout waterfront in downtown Kingston. Visit www.hrmm.org for more information.
Contact: Becky Sellinger, Wooden Boat School Manager & Instructor, email@example.com
Hudson River Maritime Museum
50 Rondout Landing
Kingston, NY 12401
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