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Published on May 30, 2006
A nice daysail off of Comox harbour in an "origami"-built steel 36 foot Swain off-shore sailboat.
You can build one of these boats quite easily, using Swain's unique frameless techniques that produces a fantastically fair-looking bare hull in as little as one week of work. I have a 3-hour DVD showing the process of building my own hull. The technique is entirely well suited to amateur construction, is less complicated, and makes all other boatbuilding techniques for this size of boat practically obsolete.