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Mon 25 Mar 2013 01:40:08 AM GMT
37ft wooden sailing boat, gaff-rigged. Captain, living boat of Edward Le Rouvre. email@example.com Sustainable wooden boat of Sarteneja, founder Edward Le Rouvre; Eco-friendly innovations on traditional boats; bio-epoxy (Super Sap from Entropy Resins, distributor in Belize), hardwood nursery and replant (Mahogany). Flax cloth for composite. Visit the album named CARGO : Libertad Visit sustainableboat.bluegreenbelize.com Boat construction: Juan Guerrero of Sarteneja, Master Shipwringht: (501) 636 1123 - (501) 423 2166 Zayann design, rigging and finishing: Edward Le Rouvre Traditional boat of Sarteneja: The keel, stern and bow are made of "granadillo" or cocobolo: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dalbergia_retusa Ribs are made of Bullet tree: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bullet_tree Planking is made of Santa Maria: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calophyllum_antillanum Deck and cabin made of Mahogany.
Sun 08 Nov 2009 09:21:24 AM GMT
Project: positive cycle, from the seed to the boat. Self-sufficient Community, reforestation. Eco-materials and bio-epoxy. Local economy, alternatives to land speculation or tourism submission. Cultural promotion of our community. Edward Le Rouvre boat designer/builder Cristobal Verde traditional boat builder of Sarteneja Community project: Pictures from this folder by Jan Gajdos photographer (pro) from Slovakia. Some from Edward, Victor S Baron and others contributors. Thank you. Natty Dreads: 16 feet, Sustainable traditional wooden boat, number 1. and Sustainable Wooden Boat Building
Tue 09 Jun 2009 10:09:00 AM BST
Boat builder: Juan Guerrero shipwright of Sarteneja, Belize & Edward Rouvier. J. Guerrero built 25th boats before, he works in boat buildind since he is 14. Boat Design: Ed and Juan Guerrero from traditional boat of Sarteneja and J. Guerrero's lines.
37 feet sustainable wooden boat, bio-epoxy, flax-linen, hemp caulking.
Regional trades and transport in Belize, Cuba and Caribbean
Sun 04 Apr 2010 12:38:06 PM BST
Sustainable traditional wooden boat of Sarteneja, Belize. ED's 16 feet prototype, bio-epoxy, hemp caulking on deck, recycled lead balast on keel. Gaff rig and removable bowsprit.
Thu 13 May 2010 01:03:02 PM BST
Pictures from Cristobal on his trip with the fishermen from Sarteneja.
Thu 17 Jul 2008 09:42:50 AM BST
In June 2008, Edward reach Sarteneja just in time to start his apprenticeship with the master.Boat N° 25, 2008-200932 feet long deck, 8 feet beam.Pictures from ED (except mentioned)
Sat 17 Jan 2004 08:13:17 AM GMT
Pedro y Juan Guerrero - BELIZE A partnership of 25 years in wooden boat construction and traditional pleasure boat design.
Wed 18 Jun 2008 09:29:36 AM BST
Boats of Belize are mostly working boats and play an important role in the country's economy. They are part of the history and the cultural patrimony. Some of them are legends. Pictures from ED
Wed 04 Mar 2009 11:16:39 AM GMT
Sarteneja is the most important fishing community in Belize with a strong and unique tradition in boat building. Peter Young in the 50's was the first boat builder in Sarteneja with now an active community of master craftsmen. To meet this community is a privilege and it should be a model and a base for a more respectful world in the future. Tourism or developments for retired North-american did not yet destroy this village but we need to be really careful and create alternatives to give our community happiness and a positive future. Pictures credit: ED (except mentioned)
Mon 18 Jan 2010 03:31:48 PM GMT
Pictures from Jan Gajdos, photographer, Slovakia
Sat 09 Jul 2016 02:21:00 PM BST
Expedition on Zayann along the barrier reef of Belize from Belize city to Sittee River and Glover's Atoll.
Tue 28 Feb 2017 02:02:57 PM GMT
Wed 04 Mar 2009 09:08:20 PM GMT
Mon 25 Jun 2012 01:44:25 AM BST
Natty Ride, dinghy for the cargo boat. Plywood, flax cloth (linen) and Super Sap bio-epoxy. 11 feet. ED's design and construction. In process...
Armagnac 1968 - 2007 Scarf was a famous French design (Philippe Harlé) Armagnac made in Mahogany (plywood and framing) and other woods. -Built in 1968 in the Languedoc (South France) -Rebuilt in the 90's in Douarnenez by François Baudéan (Bretagne, France) and Summer 2007 in Tadoussac by Edward Rouvier (Québec, Canada)
Mon 14 Apr 2008 11:36:27 AM BST
Art graphique par ED.M.R.