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David Satter

Satter's Restoration
183 Upper North Shore rd.
Branchville NJ 07826

 Shop phone 973-948-5242
sattersrestoration@gmail.com 

41° 10' 54.876" N
74° 44' 17.628" W 


 A Non-profit organization devoted to preserving, studying, building, restoring and using wooden and bark canoes.
  Learn traditional building, sailing, and rowing/paddling at this beautiful school on the coast of Maine.
 The museum of America and the sea in Mystic Ct. The largest maritime museum in the world.
 The magazine for wooden Boat owners, builders, and designers.
Satter's Restorations
Early evening  view from the workshop 

​ A 12 foot skiff. Cedar lapstrake on oak frames. First boat I built for my daughters.
CONTACT US 
 Our new shop dog Dexter ( on your left) has been wandering into the shop a few times now. Not knowing where he's from it took some coaxing to get close to him. After a trip to the local vet he now has a new home in our house and shop. Buddy our beagle is on his break. 
​ We're a small shop, so we do our best to answer the phone if we're near it. Leave a message or send an e-mail and we'll return it as soon as possible.
Just a few nice photos of Mystic CT. and the Wooden Boat Show. Actually the photo on the left is Napatree point RI. 
LINKS
Makers of the worlds finest oars and paddles
 a chance to get away for a few days of sailing before winter work sets in. Swan Creek Marina on the Chesapeake.