Links

 

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www.batbyggeri.no

K. Christensen & Co Moens Båtbyggeri in Risør, Norway,

the yard where Eos was built in 1932

www.jul-nielsen.no

Jeppe Jul Nielsen, a Norwegian who knows all about Colin Archers and other wooden traditional boats and who has advised us on Eos' sails and rigging

www.trebatfestivalen.no

Wooden boat festival in Risør, Norway, where Eos took part in 2006

www.traditioneleschepenbeurs.nl

Classic boat show in The Netherlands, where Eos took part in 2006

www.kotterzeilen.nl

Foundation for traditional “kotters” in The Netherlands,

of which Eos is a member

www.mdegroot.com

M. de Groot, in Stavoren, The Netherlands, the supplier of Eos' handspliced and served rigging

www.ubsails.nl

United Baltic Sails, in Medemblik, The Netherlands, the sailmaker for Eos' sails

www.lister-petter.co.uk/s/parts-spares and
www.diesi.fr

The sites through which we easily ordered new parts for our Lister Blackstone engine from 1963

www.ventis.nl

Ventis, boat carpenters in Enkhuizen, The Netherlands, for when you want some quality woodwork done, like the refit of famous Carrina, a newly built replica of Impala and many more

www.european-maritime-heritage.org

European association for traditional ships in operation

www.marmuseum.no

Norwegian maritime museum, from where we got a lot of information about Risør skøytes, pilot boats etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Updated: 2019-03-20