17.06.2007 Deutschlands Holzbootszene (Ausrüstung)

 

In KANU MAGAZIN berichtet Falk Bruder in dem Beitrag:

 

„Mit dem Holzwurm per Du:

Deutschlands Holzbootszene zwischen Tradition und Revolution“

 

über den Bau von Holzkajaks und -kanus in Deutschland.

 

Sechs Bauweisen werden vorgestellt:

 

  • Birkenrindenkanu

è www.wooden-boat.de

  • Skin-on-Frame

è www.dorsch-holz-design.de / www.riversandtides.de

  • Wood-Canvas-Canoe

è www.holzstoff.com / www.f-panter.de / www.wooden-boat.de

  • Woodstripper

è www.boot-work-shop.de / www.wooden-watercraft.de

  • formverleimtes Furnier

è www.f-panter.de

 

Die folgende Literatur dazu wird empfohlen:

 

  • T.Vochezer: Handbuch Holzkajakbau (160 S.)
  • G.Gilpatrick: Building a Strip Canoe (2002; 128 S.)
  • L.Zeiller/C.Koops: Leinen-Kajak selbst gemacht (2005; 47 S.)
  • H.C.Petersen: Faszination Kajak (1981; 100 S.)
  • J.Stelmok/R.Thurlow: The Wood and Canvas Canoe (2003; 196 S.)
  • G.Putz: Wood and Canvas Kayak Building (1990; 196 S.)

 

Quelle: KANU MAGAZIN, Nr. 4/07, S.34-37 – www.kanumagazin.de

Weitere Literatur (aus: www.kanu.de/kueste/ ):

Putz,G.                       Wood and Canvas Kayak Building

International Marine Publishing (USA) 1990 (133 S.)

Schade,N.       The Strip-Built Sea Kayak

Ragged Mountain Press (USA)1998 (202 S.).

Moores,T.       Kayak Craft: Fine Woodstrip Kayak Construction

                        Wooden Boat Publication (USA) 2005 (187 S.) - www.woodenboat.com

                        Deutsche Übersetzung: Kayak Craft 2005 (187 S.)

Morris,R.         Building Skin-on-Frame Boats

                        (7 lightweight boast)

Hartley & Marks (USA) 2001(320 S.) - www.hartleyandmarks.com

Starr,M.           Building a Greenland Kayak

Mystic Seaport Museum (UISA) (120 S.) - www.mysticseaport.org

Cunningham,C.          Building the Greenland Kayak:

A Manual for Its Construction and Use

            Ragged Mountain Press (USA) 2002 (240 S.) -  www.raggedmountainpress.com

Kulczycki,C.   The New Kayak Shop:

More Elegant Wooden Kayaks Anyone Can Build

(stitch-and-glue plywood kayaks)

McGraw Hill (USA) 2000 (187 S.)

Moores,T.       Kayak You Can Build

(step-by-step instructions for plywood kayaks ask Pygmy Coho, Mill Creek 13 + Enterprise)

(Co-Autor: G.Rössel)

Firefly Books 2004 (256 S.) – www.fireflybooks.com

Deutsche Übersetzung: Canoecraft – Die Kunst, ein Kanu zu bauen.

vdl-Verlag (D) 2002 (216 S.)

Jennings,J.     Bark Canoes: The Art and Obsession of Tappan Adney

                        Firefly Books 2004 (152 S.) – www.fireflybooks.com

Kulczycki,Chr.            Stitch-and-Glue Boatbuilding:

                        Kayaks and Other Small Boats

                        MacGraw-Hill (USA) 2005 (246 S.) – www.internationalmarine.com

Larsson,Th.    Holzboote. Renovieren und Instandhalten

                        Delius Klasing Verlag 2006 (276 S.)

 

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Cunningham,C.          Building a Plywood Greenland Kayak

SeaKayaker, Fall 94, S.34-45.

Schade,N.        Strip Building a Kayak (Holz-Seekajak)

SeaKayaker, Oct.95, S.16-25.

Weiterer,U.       Das P3-Boot

Sperrholzbootsbau für Anfänger. Von der Planung bis zur Fertigstellung

SK 66/98, S.58-63.

Kulczycki,Chr.            Building the West River Plywood Kayak

SeaKayaker, Dec. 99, S.26-35

Wilson,A.(Ed.)            Wooden Kayaks (Part 1 + 2) (diverse Beiträge, siehe nachfolgend)

Wave Length (CDN), Dec./Jan. 2001 und Feb./Mar. 2001

è www.WaveLengthMagazine.com

Baker,S.W.     Why Would Anybody Want a Wood Kayak

WaveLength (CDN), Dez./Jan. 01, S.7-10.

Schade,N.       A Brief Histroy of Wooden Kayaks

WaveLength (CDN), Dez./Jan. 01, S.11-13.

U.Höger,U.      Building a Volkskomponentkayak

WaveLength (CDN), Dez./Jan. 01, S.14-15.

Wilfoord,W.    Learning to Stitch and Glue

WaveLength (CDN), Dez./Jan. 01, S.16-17.

V.Stejskal,V.   The Cedar Strip Kayak

WaveLength (CDN), Dez./Jan. 01, S.18-20.

Harris,J.C.      The Varnished Kayak

WaveLength (CDN), Dez./Jan. 01, S.21-23.

Golden,H.        You Can't Build Just One

WaveLength (CDN), Feb./Mar. 2001, S.7-8.

Phillips,W.      Arctic Kayaks

WaveLength (CDN), Feb./Mar. 2001, S.9-10.

Walker,M.       Designing in Cedar Strip

WaveLength (CDN), Feb./Mar. 2001, S.17-18.

Schade,E.       Building a Plywood Baidarka

WaveLength (CDN), Feb./Mar. 2001, S.19-22.

Lloyd,D.          Woodworking Safety

WaveLength (CDN), Feb./Mar. 2001, S.24-25.

N.N.                 Kayak Kit Boats (Episode #1)

Adventure-Kayak Magazine (CDN), No.4/01, S.20-23 - www.adventurekayakmag.com

N.N.                 Kayak Kit Boats (Episode #3)

Adventure Kayak Magazine (CDN), No.2/02, S.26-28.

N.N.                            Kayak Kit Boats (Episode #4)

Adventure Kayak Magazine (CDN), No. 3/02, S.22-24

und zwar:

Bert Miller (Cheaspeake Light Craft Pax 18)

Tina & Dale (Roy Folland Wooden Kayaks Sea Wolf)

Dave Humber (Pygmy Osprey Standard).

Golden,H.        The Greenland Tradition.

                        Sea Kayaker, June 2003, S.32-33 - www.seakayakermag.com

Journal                        Wooden Kayaks (diverse Artikel)

Wave Length, No. Dec 00 / Jan 01 – www.wavelengthmagazine.com

Wave Length, No. Dec 02 / Jan 03www.wavelengthmagazine.com

Wave Length, No. Dec 05 / Jan 06www.wavelengthmagazine.com

Hakola             Vom Bootsbau. Bericht über den Bau eines Umiak

                        (Co-Autor: Claudia Dippel)

                        Seekajak 102/06, S.22-25 – www.salzwasserunion.de

 

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Wilson,A.(Ed.)            Wooden Kayaks (Part 1 + 2) (diverse Beiträge).

Wave Length (CDN), Dec./Jan. 2001 und Feb./Mar. 2001

è www.WaveLengthMagazine.com.

Beier,U.           Seekajaks in Holzkomposit-Bauweise. (2002)

è www.kanu.de/spezial/kuestenpaddeln/holzbau.html

Beier,U.           Bootsbausätze

è www.kuestenkanuwandern.de/aktuell.html > Info v. 15.08.04 (Ausrüstung)

Menifield,C.     Cedar Kayak: Fancy a Strip? (inkl. Fotos)

è www.seapaddler.co.uk/cedarkayak.htm

è www.oneoceankayaks.com

Beier,U.           3 Holz-Seekajaks von Holzkajakwerft (Wangen)

* „Polarstern“ (525x57 cm)

* „Ninooh“ (529x59 cm)

* „Seaeagle“ (535x56 cm)

è www.kuestenkanuwandern.de/aktuell.html > Info v. 11.04.06 (Ausrüstung)

è www.holzkajakwerft.de