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The GUIP boatbuilders: For the love of wood

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For thirty years, the GUIP workshop has been building and restoring wooden boats: trawlers, pleasure boats and ships classed as historic monuments. The workshop in Brest employs a dozen craftsmen. After modest beginnings, their eye for detail has made them some of the most respected boat restorers in Europe.

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