The Latest from Devlin Designing Boat Builders
The latest boat building news, launches, designs and events from Sam Devlin and the crew at Devlin Designing Boat Builders. Hot off the presses!
There’s just something about a 26 foot Tugboat that catches our attention. The complete Tugzilla 26 specs are available by clicking on the Tug picture above.
Sam’s favorite work boat graces the cover of the current Passagemaker Magazine article – the Tugzilla 26. Study plans and full construction plans are available as well.
Oolichan 13 is the Northwest Native American name for the Candlefish. Check out this new variation of the Candlefish 13 aimed at a wider, faster, more stable platform for fishing. Study plans and Construction plans available!
Now that many of us are spending a lot more time at home this is a great time to indulge ourselves in our boating dreams.
Many have shown an interest for a “Tiny House on the Water design” that Sam introduced over a year ago. Find the link for a Free Study Plan and check out the article by Sam in Soundings Magazine by clicking on the MugWump 21 name above.
We are now offering all printed construction plans discounted 25%. Included with each order is a spiral bound 80 page construction manual.
Devlin Boat’s towing fleet started with a Godzilli 16 and then a Godzilla 22 followed by a Godzilla 25 and now the TugZilla 26. To celebrate the launch of TugZilla we are offering all our downloadable Tug Construction Plans at 30% off!!!
Find the answer in the wonderful article on Sam by Pim Van Hemmen in the February 2020 issue of Soundings Magazine and thank you for saying hello to Sam and his wife Soitza at the Boats Afloat Show.
“Three Wood” is for sale! This is a chance to own a Cackler 14 Duckboat for fishing, duck hunting, or just as a wonderful tender on a large trawler. The previous owner used it to buzz around Bainbridge Island for fun and fishing. Great for on the water photo shoots! We’ve lowered the price $3,000 for the boat show.
Thank you for visiting us in Seattle and saying hello to Sam and Soitza and the boats!