Sailor's Gam

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Sailor’s Gam

gam n [perh. short for obs. gammon (talk)]:  a visit or friendly conversation at sea or ashore especially between whalers.

Our Customer’s Comments –  Send Your comments to info@seaworthysmallships.com

The twins were excited to build something on their own. My girl was eager for photos, while my boy was eager to try out some military maneuvers with the paddle wheeler.

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A. S. Philadelphia, PA

You and I spoke about Ella having all of her models on the mantel. We have five boats up there. She’s six, she’s built one of your models just about every year that she’s been alive.  We appreciate the time you take during the Mid-Atlantic Small Craft Festival events.  Attached are two pictures; one of the mantel with the boats, and another showing Ella and another young one enjoying their boats two years ago.

 

M.C. Pacific Grove, CA

I just placed an order for a couple of your kits. They are gifts for my grandson who’s turning six in a couple weeks. After exploring your website, I wanted to congratulate you on your amazing products, activities and outlook. Thank you for making what I can tell is a terrific product and also for what you’re doing for our craft and our kids.

D.H. Seattle WA

D.H.— Gift Shop Manger, Center for Wooden Boats, Seattle, WA

I’m glad I decided to take a chance on the semi-scale models – people are loving them! As such, I would like to order. . . .

Marty

The twins were excited to build something on their own. My girl was eager for photos, while my boy was eager to try out some military maneuvers with the paddle wheeler.

Read more…. http://dadand.com/building-model-boats/

N.B. from the UK

First I’d like to compliment you on your website and the wonderful models that you have available. I’m interested in buying one of your semi-scale boat kits as a Christmas present.

Ellen & Wayne

It was great to see you both working the Seaworthy Small Ships booth at Baltimore Harbor during Sailabration. I approached you to share the story of my 22 year old son who made your boats at St. Michaels TCSA meets when he was very young. He went on to build a surfboard, kite board, and electric guitar. He recently moved to Seattle to work for Microsoft and did not want to leave his boats behind. Thought you’d appreciate a photo. Thanks so much for your hard work. It is very appreciated. It always has been.

 

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