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In our premier episode, we follow Bob McNeil's four year restoration of the 136' CANGARDA, the last American steam yacht. Built in 1901, and salvaged 103 years later from a mud flat in Boston Harbor. Few were willing to even conceive of saving her, with pieces scattered up and down the East Coast, Bob McNeil and the colorful and knowledgeable crew of Rutherford's Boat Shop in San Francisco pull off the most important yacht restoration in American history - so far. Old construction techniques are revived in some of the most fascinating how-to television ever assembled. The size and scope of the undertaking is astounding. The dramatic moments of dealing with the unknown, and the great characters involved, were to set the stage for the popular ULTIMATE RESTORATIONS series.
In our premier episode, we follow Bob McNeil's four year restoration of the 136' CANGARDA, the last American steam yacht. Built in 1901, and salvaged 103 years later from a mud flat in Boston Harbor. Few were willing to even conceive of saving her, with pieces scattered up and down the East Coast, Bob McNeil and the colorful and knowledgeable crew of Rutherford's Boat Shop in San Francisco pull off the most important yacht restoration in American history - so far. Old construction techniques are revived in some of the most fascinating how-to television ever assembled. The size and scope of the undertaking is astounding. The dramatic moments of dealing with the unknown, and the great characters involved, were to set the stage for the popular ULTIMATE RESTORATIONS series.
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In our premier episode, we follow Bob McNeil's four year restoration of the 136' CANGARDA, the last American steam yacht. Built in 1901, and salvaged 103 years later from a mud flat in Boston Harbor. Few were willing to even conceive of saving her, with pieces scattered up and down the East Coast, Bob McNeil and the colorful and knowledgeable crew of Rutherford's Boat Shop in San Francisco pull off the most important yacht restoration in American history - so far. Old construction techniques are revived in some of the most fascinating how-to television ever assembled. The size and scope of the undertaking is astounding. The dramatic moments of dealing with the unknown, and the great characters involved, were to set the stage for the popular ULTIMATE RESTORATIONS series.
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