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Upcycled Yachts
The Boat Project by Lone Twin Uses Random Objects to Build a Boat


By: Kevin Young (Star) May 10, 12
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The Boat Project by Lone Twin is not the average yacht. It’s made with random wooden objects such as a guitar, tennis racket, puzzles, chairs, rulers, picture frames and the list goes on.

The UK-based company Lone Twin, Gary Winters and Gregg Whelan, asked people to donate items to contribute to the construction of this eclectic boat-but not just any items. People were asked to bring items that were attached with sentimental value and memory to create a vessel with “living and floating archives or people’s stories and memories’.

After collecting enough goods, the 30-foot yacht set for sail from Chichester with Mike Barham as captain and a trained crew by his side. After making its maiden voyage throughout the summer, the yacht will return to the area and will be available for the public to check out.



Photo Credits: designboom, lonetwin



Source: designboom
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