The Center for Wooden Boats

An ancient cedar becomes a canoe, a rotting rowboat is renewed, a fleet of children set sail, and modern urbanites master ancient seafaring skills. It all happens at The Center for Wooden Boats, a hands-on maritime museum open to the public at no cost. Paddlers can pull up to a low-floating dock behind the Center’s workshop and store their boats on a kayak rack while they explore.

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