A couple of Scamp goodies

A couple of Scamp goodies

Two of the most vexing problems we hear about are trailers that actually fit a Scamp and how to store oars that are long enough to be of practical use. Well, our crinkled, scribbled and doodled upon napkins have yielded results again. Had to resharpen the pencils a...
SCAMP: Getting into production mode

SCAMP: Getting into production mode

Our Scamp #1 is now at its home in the California bay area and #2 just left for its home in Maryland. Our goal is to build a Scamp approximately every three weeks, so for those of you who already have orders and know where you stand in the queue, you can guesstimate...
SCAMP Options

SCAMP Options

Well here’s what you’ve been waiting for – the “nitty gritty” details on all the Scamp options and pricing! A couple of people have asked us if we are not accepting new orders until we ‘catch up’ with backorders. We are not...
Scamp update #18: Eureka, we have done it!‏

Scamp update #18: Eureka, we have done it!‏

Hi All, Yesterday was a day we have all been waiting for! We knew we were close to being “finished,” but as is typical, there’s always some little detail that needs to be cleared up before the big splash. But finally the sun came out and a nice breeze...
Scamp Update #17: Getting it together

Scamp Update #17: Getting it together

This is just a short update… we are crazy busy right now in Mid June. Not only are we working on determining the assembly techniques for Scamp #1 and subsequent Scamps, but it’s also the height of the season for folks looking for Melonseeds, Whitehalls,...
Scamp Update #16: It was an easy birth

Scamp Update #16: It was an easy birth

Drum roll please…. Here is what we have all been waiting for! Yesterday 5/30/13 at 10.45 A.M fiberglass Scamp #1 (also known as Dick Herman’s baby ‘Klompen’) first saw the light of day. The process was amazingly easy… if you consider being pulled out of...