THE ORIGINAL AND MOST COMPLETE BOOK ON
BUILDING A WOOD SURFBOARD FROM SCRATCH!
Plans for proven surfboard designs are included along
with details on how to modify them to suit your own
preferences.  Make your board longer, shorter, wider,
thinner, pintail, squash tail, fish, gun, whatever!  There is
even a section on how to duplicate an existing surfboard.
We also loaded it up with details on things like how to
glass your board, how to install a fin and box, how to
make and install a vent and a whole section on selecting
the best wood, where to get it, and how to prepare it.
                Here are the boards you can build                 
using the plans in this book:
-  Longboard
-  Funboard
- Shortboard
- Fish
- Stand Up Paddleboard

Plus, we show how to make the perfect length for you.
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THESE AREN'T TOYS OR WALL HANGERS THEY ARE REAL SURFBOARDS THAT YOU WILL LOVE TO SURF AND BE PROUD OF!
Featured Builder Tony Crimmins Made a Wood Copy of His Favorite Fish!
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Tony Crimmins in Australia had a fish that he liked
so much he decided to make a hollow wooden
version of it.  His copy of "Building a Hollow
Wooden Surfboard" showed him how to copy the
board without hurting the original.  You can see
how it turned out above on the left.  Here are
some of the building shots he sent.

Tony opted to make the laid up solid rails instead
of the strip rials but the book shows how to do
both. He also used plywood decking to speed up
the build. In fact, the way this board is constructed
allowed him to use plywood on both the deck and
bottom.  Now Tony's got two fish to ride.  The
foam original still rides great but so does the wood
version and we think its way cooler!