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Coos Bay Boat Building Center

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The Coos Bay Boat Building Center (CBBBC) is now open to hold classes. Please call the Jim Berg at 541-269-1601 or Tom Leahy at 541-217-4365  to request information on how to register. Class registration form will be available online in the very near future.

The CBBBC is located just below the Hollering Place Overlook and North of the boat ramp in the Empire district of Coos Bay, Oregon. Look for the big red building.

Examples of  classes include: Tools For Boat Building, Sailing Classes, Knot Tying, Scrimshaw Carving and Finishing My Boat Project.

You can anticipate some other very exciting large projects in the renovation of boats that have deep historical significance with our maritime past.

Lectures will also be given on Scrimshaw, The Schooners of Coos Bay and How To Experience Sailing On A Tall Ship. Dates will bee announced soon.

Everyone is invited to visit the Boat Building Center every Saturday from 11am-3pm.

Examples of additional classes include: Tools For Boat Building, Sailing Classes, Knot Tying, Scrimshaw Carving and Finishing My Boat Project.

You can anticipate some other very exciting large projects in the renovation of boats that have deep historical significance with our maritime past.

 Lectures will also be given on Scrimshaw, The Schooners of Coos Bay and How To Experience Sailing On A Tall Ship. Dates will bee announced soon.


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Contact Info

  • Phone:
    (541) 217-4365
  • Address:
    100 Newmark
    Coos Bay, OR 97420
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