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A woodshop manual for building a 5'6" 'mini Sim' Bob Simmons inspired hollow wooden surfboard, with easy step by step instructions and detailed photographs, drawings, builder's tips and complete template offsets ensure that a fantastic result is guaranteed!

This board was designed according to Roy Stewart's well proven Parallel Profile method to be simple to construct, environmentally clean and user friendlyuto finish, easy to surf, and absolutely fabulous to display.

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About the Author

Roy Stuart
Olosurfer Mount Maunganui, New Zealand
Roy Stewart built his first wooden surfboard, an alaia, in 1969. He is the inventor of the avant garde parallel profile wooden surfboard system, and since 1995 has been a major innovator and contributor in the modern wooden surfboard renaissance.

Comments (3)

jimboard

jimboard says

Hi Roy, few questions after reading the book:
1)The epoxy glue used, what is that? Is this two part epoxy glue, or epoxy resin like used on a foam board. Not sure which to use here.
2)Maintenance? If the coconut oil needs to be refreshed after ~2 sessions, how do you keep wax on the deck? Do you have to de-wax, then re-oil, or is there an easier way.
Thanks

posted at 09:58am Jan 27 PST

Olosurfer

Olosurfer says

Hi Dan, the cart seems to be working now.

posted at 01:05pm Apr 14 PST

danprice

danprice says

I would love to buy this book today but the shopping cart is not working!!!! dan price

posted at 11:55am Apr 14 PST

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