Hi, folks. I’m planning some big changes to the site this weekend, and I just wanted to let you know that there may be some disruptions. The end result will be a much smoother and more complete look at Devlin Designing Boat Builders. including the entire design catalog from Sam’s four-decade body of work. Thanks for your patience!Share This:
Hi, folks. ‘Adeline’ is a Pelicano 20, a custom designed version of the Pelicano Bass Boat that Sam and crew built for Henry Clews and Nancy Chandler in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. I spoke to Henry a few days ago, and he graciously agreed to write up his experiences with Adeline. He did such an excellent job that I’ll just hand it over to Henry…
Denny Heck, our 10th District Congressman, stopped the Devlin shop by for a visit today. He and Sam discussed a number of issues related to the state of doing business in our current economic environment. I was not part of the discussion, but I believe it was a good one, because the Congressman’s staffer, David, was fully stressed out by trying to keep his boss on schedule.
Devlin Designing Boat Builders is proud to announce the launch of the ‘Anne Elise’, the first of Sam Devlin’s Red Salmon Fishing Cruiser design. Along with the classic lines and wooden construction of Devlin designs, the ‘Anne Elise’ brings a package of new technology to the world of wooden boats. Using the state-of-the-art Mercury Marine joystick maneuvering system, the boat is capable of moving laterally in any direction and pivoting within the length of the boat. The joystick system allows for unprecedented ease of docking, particularly in challenging conditions.
Devlin customer, Ulrich, has launched his newly built Micro Petrel Dingy. Here’s what he has to say.
Hello Sam,thanks again for the boat plans and support. Nice small tender to my sailing boat, very easy to row and also great fun to build it. So I posted a small video showing the building process on youtube:RegardsUlrich
Welcome, once again, to the new site for Devlin Designing Boat Builders in Olympia, Washington! My name is Jim, and I’ll be adding new content and features for a while. The goals of the new site are simple. The first is simplicity and clarity. We do understand that their are many problems for those who are not familiar with Devlin Boats, and we are striving to clean things up. The second major goal is simply to bring things up to date, so that the site can read on phones and other devices, and can be kept up to date much more easily. The third is that we know that a big part of what makes owning a Devlin boat is the community of Devlin customers and supporters out there navigating the waters. As of right now, you can register on the site and add your comments to the discussion.
We hope that you will join is in building and even stronger Devlin community.