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Welcome to the Mini Boat Madness Repository
  
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The purpose of this repository is to provide a comprehensive and inclusive resource to document facts, history, photographs, information and details about mini boats.
  
== Getting started ==
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The definition of a mini boat is: a boat designed and built from fiberglass, wood or metal and has an overall length of 14' or less. Our goal is to promote the restoration and enjoyment of these unique watercraft!
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Revision as of 01:43, 20 November 2017

Welcome to the Mini Boat Madness Repository

The purpose of this repository is to provide a comprehensive and inclusive resource to document facts, history, photographs, information and details about mini boats.

The definition of a mini boat is: a boat designed and built from fiberglass, wood or metal and has an overall length of 14' or less. Our goal is to promote the restoration and enjoyment of these unique watercraft!

For help on editing look on the Help:Contents page.Help:Contents

Note: this Wiki is open to Editors. If you have content to contribute, we accept members who will contribute meaningful, accurate content. To become an Editor, go to the Contact Page and submit your information and attach a document that you would like to contribute (zipped, with images if available). If your content is relevant, accurate and helpful, you will be allowed to be an Editor. Editors will be trained on standards and will also train future Editors when they have mastered the Wiki.