A woodworker manually builds a sailboat using trees planted by his ancestors

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>> I DON’T KNOW WHETHER I CALL MYSELF BUTTER, BUT I’M A CARPENTER AND WOODWORK WORR.KE DOUG: I CAN SAY, STEF.EN DENTE OF HANDBANDS – THAT’S IT. HIS DRM, EA BUILD A SAILING BOAT WITH A VISION TO SWIM IT TO DESTINATIONS WORLDWIDE. >> THIS IS A COCKPIT LAYOUT. YES, THIS IS IISS, WHERE YOU WILL CONTROL THE BOAT, AND SHE WILL CONTROL THE ROOM. ARC: In 2016, Stephen took the sail for the first time to create his dream. BEGINNING WITH NOTHING OTHER THAN TREES, THE ONIS H FAMILY PROPERTY AND HAND TOOLS TRANSMITTED TO GENERATIONS BY STEVEN STEPEN WENT ON THE JOURNEY HE CALLED THE ACOUNTS IN ARA. HE DOCUMENTED ADVENTURES ON YOUTUBE. >> 1:36 – 1:46 WHEN IENT STARTED, DEFINITELY WE DIDN’T HAVE ZERO SUPPORTERS. WNO US 160,000, AND WVEE ‘OPLEPE COME AND VISITED FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD. DOG: OF OVER 200 DIFFERENT SPIRITUAL EPISIONS WITH MILLIONS OF VIEWS, IT SEEMS THAT PEOPLE CAN’T READ THE EVALUATION OF ARABEL. ARABELLA WILL BE MORE THAN 37 FEET LENGTH, 11 FEET WIDTH AND WEIGHT A LITTLE MORE THAN 12,000 FEB. WORKING UNTIL 7 DAYS A WEEK, THIS WORK OF LOVE BLOWS A LOT OF LORABO >> DOG: AND THIS IS JUST A BODY. HER 4 ½ TONS OF LEAD KEY METALLUM, TO COLLECT IT FOR YEARS. >> THERE ARE SWITCH TUBES, MUSHROOMS, BULLETS, CLAMPED BATTERIES. TWO YEARS OF HUNTING AND HUNTING, CABRA CAN ACCEPT LEAD QUALITY. DOG: ATTENTION TO DETAILS IS FAST. TREES FOR DRYMASHINS ARE SOLD OUT FROM AROUND THE FRONT ENGLAND, SOME FROM THE FARM OF HIS OWN FAMILY. Oh, and one other thing, when Arabella finally set sail, it will be the first for the boat and her captain. >> ‘I IOT NA A SAILOR AND I AM NOT A CAREFUL BOAT BUILDER. SO EVERYTHING I KNOW ABOUT BTOA BUDIILNG IS THE MOST THOUGHT. DOG: RIGHT, STEPHEN’S FIRST BOAT WILL BE SWIMMING WITH THE ONE WHO KNEW. PEOPLE’S REACTION TO FIND THAT FT? AC >> THEY USUALLY SAY IME’M CRY.AZ DOUG: ARE YOU CRYING? AZ >> Well, I think you have to be a little crazy to quit full-time J AND I HAVE GESH PENSION TRAFFIC AND LIKE ALIN LIKE SOMETHING LIKE THAT, BUT I DON’T KNOW – HERE’S HERE CONSTRUCTION? HE STILL HAS A YEAR, THE DATE OF LAUNCH AT THE END OF JUNE OR THE BEGINNING OF JULY NEXT YEAR. HOWEVER, WILBEL’S FINAL TRACK IS SET ON THIS SATURDAY. THIS IS CALLED WHISKEY PLANK. THE TRADITION OF BUILDING BOATS SHOULD, IF IT IS ESTABLISHING TEMPLE. INSTEAD OF A THIRD CEREMONY WILL BE CELEBRATED, AND LIKE THE ENTIRE PROCESS AT THE BEGINNING, I AM OPEN MICHAEL’S ARC

A woodworker manually builds a sailboat using trees planted by his ancestors


Six years ago, a man from Massachusetts started working on his dream. Stephen Dent of Granby uses New England lumber, including trees planted by his great-grandfather more than 100 years ago, to create a sailboat by hand. When it is over, Dentte plans to ship it to destinations around the world. “I don’t know if I would call myself a shipbuilder, but I’m a carpenter and woodworker,” he said. The self-taught shipbuilder documented the process on YouTube. He calls the trip “Acorn to Arabella.” “When it started, obviously we didn’t have subscribers. Now we have 160,000, and people from all over the world come to us,” Dent said. The Arabella, based on old Norwegian lifeboats, will be over 37 feet long, 11 feet wide and just over 12,000 pounds. The scrap metal for her keel has been assembled for years, and Dentte applies a painstaking level of detail to the design. “It will take me, I don’t know, almost a week to put on one board from start to finish,” he said. The final hull board will be installed on Saturday, but Dente believes he still has about a year before the boat can be launched. As soon as Arabella finally sails, it will be the first time for both the boat and her captain. “I’m usually told I’m crazy,” Dent said. “Well, I think you have to be a little crazy to quit your full-time job and earn your meager retirement savings and go all-in for something like this, but I don’t know – here we are.”

Six years ago, a man from Massachusetts started working on his dream.

Stephen Dent of Granby uses New England lumber, including trees planted by his great-grandfather more than 100 years ago, to create a sailboat by hand. When it is over, Dentte plans to travel to destinations around the world.

“I don’t know if I would call myself a shipbuilder, but I’m a carpenter and woodworker,” he said.

The self-taught shipbuilder was documenting the process on YouTube. He calls the trip “Acorn to Arabella.”

“When it started, obviously we didn’t have subscribers. Now we have 160,000, and people from all over the world come to us,” Dent said.

The Arabella, based on old Norwegian lifeboats, will be over 37 feet long, 11 feet wide and just over 12,000 pounds. The scrap metal for her keel has been assembled for years, and Dentte applies a painstaking level of detail to the design.

“It will take me, I don’t know, almost a week to put on one board from start to finish,” he said.

The final hull board will be installed on Saturday, but Dente believes he still has about a year before the boat can be launched.

As soon as Arabella finally sails, it will be the first time for both the boat and her captain.

“I’m usually told I’m crazy,” Dent said. “Well, I think you have to be a little crazy to quit your full-time job and earn your meager retirement savings and go all-in for something like this, but I don’t know – here we are.”

A woodworker manually builds a sailboat using trees planted by his ancestors

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