It would be hard to find a more sterling example of a customer built Devlin boat. This Blue Fin 54 was built by Temur Rukhaya and his crew in Russia. Temur named her the ‘Lucky Star’. He not only builds a beautiful boat, but he makes great videos as well. Here is...
A quick thank you to all who visited us this last weekend at the Seattle Boats Afloat Show. Please check out our 2 newest offerings in the preloved category right here on our website homepage. We hope to wet your appetite for a return visit to devlinboat.com soon as we get ready to launch our newest build of a 26 foot full displacement diesel tug.
It’s safe to say that Chip Hanauer is one of THE names in unlimited hydroplane racing, which my father called the most dangerous sport on Earth. Bear in mind my dad once owned a Bumblebee Bass boat capable of 110 mph, so what would he know? Chip is an inductee of...
We are now offering all printed construction plans discounted 25%. Included with each order is a spiral bound 80 page construction manual.
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.
Heung Jin T&D Co., Ltd. is a fine builder of Devlin Boats in South Korea. They recently won the Best Boat Award for the second year in a row at the Busan Boat Show! Congratulations to Jung Hoi In and his team! Here’s a great video from our licensed boatbuilding...
What do the Black Crown Sam Devlin designed and built boats Driftwood, Wood Duck and Moonglow all have in common? They have returned to the site of their birth for extensive refreshing and updating of already wonderful, compact, economical, and seaworthy cruisers ideal for 2 to 4 persons. Driftwood will cruise easily at 12 to 18 knots using only 3-5 gallons per hour yet can kick up to 22 knots when you need to make a tidal gate or quickly cross a shipping lane. She is fully equipped and ready to cruise today. Call or email Sam - 360-866-0164, firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
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!
Features a huge open cockpit, ideal for folding chairs, a kayak or 2, and/or some four-legged friends.
Wooden Boat shows are a great place to meet fellow DIY wooden boat builders and to meet professional wooden boat builders. and in Sam's almost unique case, a designer and builder.
Thank you for saying hello to Sam this last weekend in Portland. And thank you to Kevin and Schooner Creek Boat Works for looking after Sam and Solar Sal during the Portland Show.
Two of our beloved boats just became more available today The Edwin S. Dawson and the Goose Lodge II The New Prices can be found under Preloved Devlin...
Our latest launch with a timely application to this modern world is the Solar Sal 27.
Larry Cheek beautifully builds the very first Sam Devlin Song Wren 21. Pick up your copy of the Small Boat Magazine to learn more!
Thank you for visiting us in Seattle and saying hello to Sam and Soitza and the boats!
"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.
Boat shows are a great time to meet Sam, and he'll be at this year's Trawlerfest in Seattle.
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.
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.