WELCOME TO HULL RAISER, a magazine that showcases the craftsmanship of students in our wooden boatbuilding and marine systems programs.
This issue celebrates 41+ years of craftsmanship at the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding. Meet Chris Mullin, the Prothero Intern who sees boatbuilding and marine systems as part of the same skillset. Learn how the school’s boatbuilding instructors are using boat projects to teach craftsmanship and how marine systems students put their new skills into practice to improve safety at local marinas by identifying electricity leakage.
The Boat School is known for the range of new boats students build each year. In this issue we feature CLEAN BAY, a contemporary workboat powered by e-propulsion that uses clean technology to keep local waterways free of wastewater. We also learn how the commission of FERN, a folkboat under construction, promotes stewardship of the craft and supports the training of the next generation of boatbuilders.
There’s even more to learn in What’s New on Water Street and what’s going on around campus as well as learning what alumni are up to in Alumni Spotlights.
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