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I love all about boat especially a traditional boat and yacht. I also have my own traditional boat which was build on 2006.

In this blog, you can find a collection of traditional wooden boat & traditional wooden yacht from Malaysia and all over the world. Your one stop information about traditional boats and yachts, boat builder and everyting that is related from all over the world.

Everyone are most welcome to share anything about boats and yachts here.

Pelbagai koleksi perahu tradisional melayu dan seluruh dunia.

Monday, March 24, 2008

malay wooden yacht - perahu bedar

BEDAR, sloop rigged, (LOD 29') sailing off the E-coast

BURONG BAHRI (malay. bird of the ocean) anchored off Pulau Kapas, Terengganu

A little BEDAR under repair on a Duyong yard, 1979

BEDAR manouvering in port under saill. Junk sailing in Kuala Terengganu

BEDAR on the way up to Thailand. Picture taken from the Naga Pelangi while taking over

A BEDAR, beached on Pulau Duyong, 1980

The Bedar CINTA JAYA, (LOD 45'), anchored in the harbour of Kuala Terengganu

Harbour of Terengganu, background Pulau Duyong, 1980

BEDAR, in the harbour of Kuala Terengganu, 1980

The Bedar SETIA, (LOD 86') sailing off the coast of E-Malaysia

Naga Pelangi, 1998 under full sail off the coast of Terengganu, Malaysia

The Bedar DAPAT, (LOD 86') laden. Anchored in the harbour of Kuala Terengganu, 1980

The Bedar DAPAT, (LOD 86') empty.

The Bedar DAPAT, stern detail. Background Pulau Duyong,

Sunday, March 23, 2008

perahu bedar

ketch rigged BEDAR with western cabins in the harbour of Lumut, west coast of Malaysia

The Bedar BURONG BAHRI (LOD 32').
Built 1975 for Jerry from New Zealand by Che Man in Duyong Island,Terengganu

A small BEDAR, schooner rigged and built to resemble a big boat by Abdullah bin Muda in Duyong, 1981

The typical stern with cabin of a BEDAR. Duyong, 1981

The Bedar-Pinis mix BILBO, (LOD 52'), built 1995 by Haji Ali bin Ngah & sons in Duyong

BEDAR 1001 Nights, (LOD 52'), Duyong 1998.
This vessel was built before the war and was working until she sunk in 1998

The last pre-war BEDAR (LOD 52'), still working. Duyong, 1998