WORK SAMPLES

Seascape Asia have lots of satisfied customers.

To safe their identity we decided not to publish their names on this web site but what we can do is showing you a few of the wooden yachts we built in the past. If you would like to talk to one of the owners, kindly contact us and we will be happy to get you in contact.

Bob's Tiki 46' in Koh Racha (Sanyasin)

Bob’s Tiki 46′ in Koh Racha (Sanyasin)

Pahi 52' (Calagorm)

Pahi 52′ (Calagorm)

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Pahi 52 sailing (Hecate)

Pahi 52 sailing (Hecate)

Pahi 52 in Thailand (Calagorm)

Pahi 52 in Thailand (Calagorm)

Pahi 52 Cockpit (Calagorm)

Pahi 52 Cockpit (Calagorm)

Pahi 52` interior (Calagorm)

Pahi 52` interior (Calagorm)

Pahi 52` Nav table (Calagorm)

Pahi 52` Nav table (Calagorm)

Deck T 46`

Deck T 46`

Tiki 46 fore deck

Tiki 46 fore deck

Galley T. 46`

Galley T. 46`

Interior 5 Tiki 46`

Interior 5 Tiki 46`

Hitia 17` 'Mischief'

Hitia 17` ‘Mischief’

Mischief Hitia 17

Mischief Hitia 17

Hitia 17

Hitia 17

Tiki 30 (Nok Talay)

Tiki 30 (Nok Talay)

Porthull forward toilet

Porthull forward toilet

Porthull forward toilet

Porthull forward toilet

Tiki 33 (Wavedancer)

Tiki 33 (Wavedancer)

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Buskers first sail

Buskers first sail

"Boundless" just after launching (Boundless is a Tiki 46`)

“Boundless” just after launching (Boundless is a Tiki 46`)

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Boundless, the spacious fore deck area

Boundless, the spacious fore deck area

Boundless, the comfortable Cockpit

Boundless, the comfortable Cockpit

Boundless, the lovely Galley

Boundless, the lovely Galley

"Boundless Tu" has a gigantic Stern Ramp

“Boundless Tu” has a gigantic Stern Ramp

 “Boundless Tu” has a gigantic Stern Ramp to make retrieval and launching for the Jumbo size dinghy easy. It also doubles as a man overboard retrieving device. Most of all, to be a luxurious swim ladder.

Flying Proa of the Ladrones from Commodore Anson's voyage, ca. 1748

Flying Proa of the Ladrones from Commodore Anson’s voyage, ca. 1748

Flying Proa of the Ladrones from Commodore Anson's voyage, ca. 1748

Flying Proa of the Ladrones from Commodore Anson’s voyage, ca. 1748

Here a couple of results from my Hobby, A 10:1 properly sailing model of the famous drawing, A Flying Proa of the Ladrones from Commodore Anson’s voyage, ca. 1748. (Anson captured a native Proa, crew and all, then measured and draw the lines drawing, that’s how the design survived till this day.)