HOWB 145 – Interview | Cody & Beth Harris – Boatbuilders and Adventurers “Living the Dream”

by admin on October 17, 2014

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On this week’s episode I had the opportunity to sit down with Cody and Beth Harris of Salt Lake City, Utah and talk about their newly christened cutter Rabannah.

Cody designed and he and Beth built this beautiful 35′ cutter rigged plywood/cold molded sailboat over a 2 year period ending early in 2014. Cody and Beth are looking forward to many great cruising adventures in their cutter.

Check out the Harris’ BLOG for more information and pictures.

Congratulations to Cody & Beth and on this amazing first build!

Click on the green Player Button above to listen to the full podcast with Cody and Beth.

Here is an 11 minute Time Lapsed Video of the building of Rabannah:

Pics to Enjoy:

Rabannah at the Port Townsend Festival 2014. Photo courtesy of Cody & Beth Harris.

Rabannah at the Port Townsend Festival 2014. Photo courtesy of Cody & Beth Harris.

Cody and Beth Harris aboard Rabannah.

Cody and Beth Harris aboard Rabannah.

Cody atop the mast of Rabannah. Photo by Wooden Boat Dan.

Cody atop the mast of Rabannah. Photo by Wooden Boat Dan.

 

Thanks for doing the interview Cody & Beth.  I wish you the best in all your future sailing endeavors!

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October 21, 2014

Great story and nice pictures of the wooden boat show!

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