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Dory, Dorey, Doria little about these rowboats<br />		by T.S. Drown<br />email:	tyler@drown.org<br />flickr:	tsdrown<br />...
The dory is a flat-bottomed boat, 	lightweight with a 	sharp bow…<br />
Dories have a narrow ‘tombstone’ transom<br />South Haven Dory<br />“Alison”<br />T.S.Drown (me)<br />
It’s a working boat<br />flickr:KGBKitchen<br />
with a long historyin the NorthAtlantic<br />flickr:mharrsch<br />
from New England<br />flickr:bawoodvine<br />
to Nova Scotia<br />flickr: R0gueWarri0r<br />
to Brittany<br />Wikimedia: Muséed'histoire de Saint-Malo<br />
to Normandy<br />Flickr:abac077<br />
to Scotland<br />flickr:rmainuk<br />
to Oregon rivers<br />US Army Corps of Engineers via Wikimedia<br />
to SouthernCalifornia<br />flickr: Orange County Archives<br />
to the Grand Canyon<br />flickr:meadowmom<br />
stacked on the decks of schooners<br />flickr:InAweofGod’sCreation<br />
set sail for the Grand Banks<br />Gloucester Harbor and Dory (1880)Winslow Homer<br />
fishermen rowed out and cast their nets<br />The Herring Net (1885) Winslow Homer<br />
and rowed back<br />The Fog Warning (1885) Winslow Homer<br />
the dories could even tow their mothership<br />Lunenburg, Nova Scotia<br />http://meiere.com/rob/NovaScotiaExtra/extra.ht...
	Some are built<br />carvel-panked<br />or clinker planked (lapstrake), with overlapping boards<br />flickr: lenscrack The...
Others built using the <br />stitch-and-glue <br />plywood-glasscloth-epoxy<br />Composite method<br />South Haven Dory<br...
Some are restored<br />flickr: saamiam<br />
and some sit in decay<br />flickr: michaelcr<br />
Howard Blackburna Gloucester fisherman/barkeepsailed across the<br />Atlantic alone <br />a 3rd time in a<br />dory in 190...
this dorywas rowed across the Atlantic by Sidney Genders in 1969<br />blogspot:ROWING FOR PLEASURE<br />
Some have motors<br />http://www.ghboats.com<br />
some have sails<br />flickr: photoholic1<br />
this design<br />enlarges the dory and makes it into a cabin-cruiser<br />St. Pierre Dory<br />Nexus Marine<br />nexusmari...
but most dories are great for rowing.<br />flickr: PAVDW<br />
Dory, Dorey, Dori<br />email:	tyler@drown.org<br />flickr:	tsdrown<br />twitter:	@tsdrown<br />web:		http://tyler.drown.or...
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The dory is an old style of rowboat that has a rich history and varied use. It has been stacked on schooners and used to fish the Grand Banks by people from North Atlantic countries including the US, Canada, France, Spain, the UK, and Ireland. It has been used as a lifeboat or tender. It has been sailed transatlantic in 1903 by a former fisherman who lost his fingers. It has been rowed transatlantic. It is used to guide people through rapids, such as in the Grand Canyon. It has been enlarged and used as a hull design for small cabin-cruisers. Its iconic look and beautiful lines makes its popularity enduring. I built one and launched it in 2007.

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  1. 1. Dory, Dorey, Doria little about these rowboats<br /> by T.S. Drown<br />email: tyler@drown.org<br />flickr: tsdrown<br />twitter: @tsdrown<br />web: http://ts.drown.org<br />
  2. 2. The dory is a flat-bottomed boat, lightweight with a sharp bow…<br />
  3. 3. Dories have a narrow ‘tombstone’ transom<br />South Haven Dory<br />“Alison”<br />T.S.Drown (me)<br />
  4. 4. It’s a working boat<br />flickr:KGBKitchen<br />
  5. 5. with a long historyin the NorthAtlantic<br />flickr:mharrsch<br />
  6. 6. from New England<br />flickr:bawoodvine<br />
  7. 7. to Nova Scotia<br />flickr: R0gueWarri0r<br />
  8. 8. to Brittany<br />Wikimedia: Muséed'histoire de Saint-Malo<br />
  9. 9. to Normandy<br />Flickr:abac077<br />
  10. 10. to Scotland<br />flickr:rmainuk<br />
  11. 11. to Oregon rivers<br />US Army Corps of Engineers via Wikimedia<br />
  12. 12. to SouthernCalifornia<br />flickr: Orange County Archives<br />
  13. 13. to the Grand Canyon<br />flickr:meadowmom<br />
  14. 14. stacked on the decks of schooners<br />flickr:InAweofGod’sCreation<br />
  15. 15. set sail for the Grand Banks<br />Gloucester Harbor and Dory (1880)Winslow Homer<br />
  16. 16. fishermen rowed out and cast their nets<br />The Herring Net (1885) Winslow Homer<br />
  17. 17. and rowed back<br />The Fog Warning (1885) Winslow Homer<br />
  18. 18. the dories could even tow their mothership<br />Lunenburg, Nova Scotia<br />http://meiere.com/rob/NovaScotiaExtra/extra.html<br />
  19. 19. Some are built<br />carvel-panked<br />or clinker planked (lapstrake), with overlapping boards<br />flickr: lenscrack The Dory Shop in Gloucester, Mass.<br />
  20. 20. Others built using the <br />stitch-and-glue <br />plywood-glasscloth-epoxy<br />Composite method<br />South Haven Dory<br />“Lobo De Mar II”<br />Scott Wolf<br />http://cruisenews.net/dory/<br />
  21. 21. Some are restored<br />flickr: saamiam<br />
  22. 22. and some sit in decay<br />flickr: michaelcr<br />
  23. 23. Howard Blackburna Gloucester fisherman/barkeepsailed across the<br />Atlantic alone <br />a 3rd time in a<br />dory in 1903<br />…fingerless<br />capeannhistoricalmuseum.org and sandybay.org<br />
  24. 24. this dorywas rowed across the Atlantic by Sidney Genders in 1969<br />blogspot:ROWING FOR PLEASURE<br />
  25. 25. Some have motors<br />http://www.ghboats.com<br />
  26. 26. some have sails<br />flickr: photoholic1<br />
  27. 27. this design<br />enlarges the dory and makes it into a cabin-cruiser<br />St. Pierre Dory<br />Nexus Marine<br />nexusmarine.com<br />
  28. 28. but most dories are great for rowing.<br />flickr: PAVDW<br />
  29. 29. Dory, Dorey, Dori<br />email: tyler@drown.org<br />flickr: tsdrown<br />twitter: @tsdrown<br />web: http://tyler.drown.org<br />flickr:KGBKitchen<br />
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