The sign below says it all. This is the Plywooden (Not plywood. Thank you, autocorrect) Boat Festival.
This is an annual event that brings boat builders from all over Texas. The main material in the boats is plywood but since that word gives visions of poor quality the correct term is Plywooden. As you will see there is a whole host of different boats and all built by hand.
This first photo is of a unique sailboat. It has the look of a 1950’s Studebaker. Also take a look at the little bay boats to the right. The next photo shows one under construction.
Here is a long-boat that is powered by oars
If you want a cozy sailing yacht here would be your choice. (Watch your head when you go below)
For a quick run about this may do the trick. You will have to be careful you don’t go airborne.
Here is another compact sailboat. You could even put it on top to the SUV with grandma.
Now for real crusin’ here is a fully outfitted salon.
Here is a guy working on his kyack. Looks beautiful in the natural color.
For the fisherman here is a bay fisherman. All hand-made.