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Dedicated to supporting and promoting the iconic wooden Australian gaff rig fishing boats sailed socially and raced in competitive fleets.

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Queenscliff Pier 1914

Photo from the Couta boat historical overview in the new Couta boat book at coutaboat.com.au

Queenscliff Pier 1914

Photo from the Couta boat historical overview in the new Couta boat book at coutaboat.com.au
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13 hours ago
Family outing
This and some great history in the new Couta book at coutaboat.com.au

Family outing
This and some great history in the new Couta book at coutaboat.com.au
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2 days ago
Eva was built by Blunt boat builders in Williamstown in 1910.
If you get the chance the Blunts are friendly and an interesting boatyard to visit.
photo - Serena Sanders

Eva was built by Blunt boat builders in Williamstown in 1910.
If you get the chance the Blunt's are friendly and an interesting boatyard to visit.
photo - Serena Sanders
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7 days ago

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Great workshop Gregg has and with all his grandfathers/ fathers hand tools still .

Paul Blunt did a amazing job restoring her she sat in the yard for a year or so looking like wreck with no hope, well done.

Beautiful

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