For centuries, the magical world of wooden boat building has been a source of wonder and amazement. At the Northwest School of Wooden Boat Building, we are proud to hold the honor of keeping that tradition alive.
Located in the small town of Port Hadlock, Washington, the Northwest School of Wooden Boat Building has been teaching and preserving the ancient craft for more than two decades. Our long-standing commitment to excellence has earned us a well-deserved reputation as one of the premier wooden boat building schools in the United States.
It is our mission to provide our students with an experience that is both educational and inspirational. Our classes are taught by experienced professionals who are passionate about their craft and eager to share their knowledge with our students. You can expect to learn about traditional tools and techniques as well as modern methods and materials used in boat construction. We also cover boat design, repair and maintenance, and business practices for those wanting to pursue a career in boat building.
At the Northwest School of Wooden Boat Building, you will find a comfortable and welcoming environment, with both indoor and outdoor classrooms, fulltime staff, and state-of-the-art tools and facilities. We also have a full range of safety equipment available to ensure your safety and peace of mind while learning.
In addition to our regular classes, we also offer specialized courses such as electives on sailboat design, boatbuilding theory and practice, and marine woodworking. Whether you’re an aspiring boat builder or just looking to improve your skills, we’re sure that you’ll find something that fits your needs here at the Northwest School of Wooden Boat Building.
So come explore this magical world with us! Visit our website today to find out more about what we have to offer. With our commitment to excellence and our dedication to preserving this timeless craft, you’ll be sure to gain invaluable knowledge and experience at the Northwest School of Wooden Boat Building. Come join us in Port Hadlock today!