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Traditional Small Craft – a slideshow

Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding graduates of the Traditional Small Craft diploma and degree programs join teams of boatwrights at an entry level, building vessels such as offshore cruisers, motoryachts, workboats and replica craft of many types. Small Craft graduates also find entry level employment in maritime museums, historical societies, schools, and non-profit organizations that build, maintain and operate traditional small craft.

Completion of the 12-month AOS degree in Traditional Small Craft with the addition of 400 level courses will prepare you for intermediate to advanced level employment. Repair and restoration skills are sought after by boatyards and interior joinery skills apply to vessels of any size or hull material.