Sterlings Kayaks Fire
Posted by: old_user on Dec-02-12 12:47 AM (EST) Category: unassigned
A huge blow, but no one was injured which is really all that matters.
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What do you advise? |
Posted by: ezwater on Dec-02-12 1:35 AM (EST)
Good wishes, prayer|
Posted by: old_user on Dec-02-12 1:37 AM (EST)
and your business when they get up and running again.
Reminds me of when the Moore Canoe|
Posted by: ezwater on Dec-02-12 2:45 AM (EST)
operation burned down in the 70s. All the molds were lost. Pat Moore was able to start again, improving some molds he recreated, and designed some new classics. Making a plug and a mold is not easy....
g2d, are you seriously suggesting|
Posted by: bowrudder on Dec-04-12 7:04 AM (EST)
that a thread about the Sterling boat works fire doesn't belong on this forum? You're in danger of crossing the line from board nazi to ass.
U could comment on his serious accident|
Posted by: slushpaddler on Dec-05-12 5:41 PM (EST)
...and join him.
Fires like this are tough|
Posted by: jesse59 on Dec-03-12 4:49 PM (EST)
It seems the company was on the upswing recently with publicity building. I hope they have the energy to come back.
Remember Fire At Barton Paddle Co?|
Posted by: clydehedlund on Dec-03-12 7:06 PM (EST)
Posted by: pblanc on Dec-03-12 9:02 PM (EST)
A fire was also the end for Vladimir Vanha's Noah boatworks.
Oh, yeah. Forgot about that. |
Posted by: ezwater on Dec-03-12 9:46 PM (EST)
I have one of the few surviving composite kayaks from before the fire. If you were ever in Vladimir's production facility, you would know how easily and quickly it would have gone up in smoke.
It's great that...|
Posted by: ByronWalter on Dec-05-12 3:04 PM (EST)
..no one was hurt but what a bummer. Saw a couple of his kayaks earlier this year and wish that I'd given them a test drive. Great looking boats and I'd bet that they handle just as nice as they look.
He's working on it......|
Posted by: chodups on Dec-05-12 4:03 PM (EST)