The Adirondack Guide Boat is an elegant design born of the resourcefulness of the wilderness guide. This boat's name is completely descriptive of its history. Originally from the Adirondack area of NY, it was used extensively in the 1800's and 1900's for lake wilderness tripping and guided fishing tours of that region. The design is sleek and responsive and in general, will move right along on flat waters. If you would like to know more about the design, please visit the Adirondack Guide boat Plans page.
This kit page is broken into two parts. As always, the top items are our essentials kit and consist of the Strips, inner stems, epoxy kit and tools as well as the fiberglass cloth. Beneath that are the options for the boat Which you may wish to consider. The option of the bottom plank, if chosen will include a plank glued up to size and ready to put on the forms. The rest are described below, however, if you have any questions at all, we encourage you to call or use the contact buttons to get in touch with us.
If a full kit isn't for you and you are just looking for individual materials such as Fiberglass, epoxy kits, or just want to get started with the plans and DVDs you will find them all on this site.
|Pulling Boat Kits|
|Strip Kit- Pulling Boats||70 full length WRC strips with bead and Cove|
|Epoxy Kit- Pulling||2.25 gallons of epoxy, spreaders, pumps, wood flour, putty knives and rollers|
|Fiberglass||20 yards of 60", 6 oz fiberglass|
|Guide Boat Bottom Plank||Bottom Plank for Adirondack Guide boat|
|Deck Support Pieces||3/4" milled ash support pieces|
|Stem Pieces||10 each of 1/4" X 3/4" ash strips|