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Monaco utility by Lee DenBraber, Peoria, IL

March 18, 2020

Monaco RC Models by Leagh Gerllays, BC Canada

Monaco (RC Models) by Leagh Gerllays, Surrey B.C., Canada December 9, 2008 I have built two Monaco\'s (my own version) that are 4 feet long, and radio-controlled. They are the same as the real boat, triple-planked, etc.

Monaco by Jc Boswell

Monaco by JC Boswell, Decatur, Texas July 31, 2008

Monaco by Tim Major

Monaco by Tim Major, Sydney, Australia 29 May 2010 NOTE: See Tim\'s interesting story in WebLetter 121

Monaco  by Garry Stout

Monaco by Garry Stout, Odessa, Florida April 20, 2009 Here are a few photos of the construction process on my Monaco, as well as some \"almost finished\" photos. See the article about my project in Glen-L WebLetter 113.

Monaco by Dean Toburen

Monaco by Dean Toburen, Harleysville, Pennsylvania March 9, 2009 NOTE: See Dean\'s Report on building the Monaco in Glen-L WebLetter 112

Monaco by Bill Yonescu

Subject: Monaco Date: Mon, 11 Sep 2000 Hi Again, Here\'s some photos of the Monaco, finished similar to the Riviera already displayed on your photo board #1. Being the second one I built, it came out a little nicer (my opinion) that the first. It also has the MreCruiser 350 MAG MPI (315 HP) engine and almost reaches 50 mph. Each boat took about 10 months full time (I\'m slow) and the raw materials cost about 19K$. I have plenty intermediate photos if anyone would be interested in seeing them. Nothing in the works for now.. I\'m going to display both boats at the Norwalk, CT Boat Show with the hope of stimulating some interest in building similar boats for interested buyers.

Monaco by F. Gill Kronenburg, Deltaville, Virginia

January, 2016 The 19' 6" "Glen L" design inboard Monaco was started as a spare time project in 2009 and finished in 2015. Builder F. Gill Kronenburg launched her in Deltaville VA on October 4, 2015. Woods used are 4' x 8' sheets of 3 mil hydratec ripped to various widths using the cold mold process, white oak, African, and Canberra mahogany, and fir plywood. A Barr Marine 350 zips her along at 52 knots. Kronenburg says that at age 65 and having worked residential construction his entire life, he considers this project more complex and satisfying than any other. In-water photography is by Tom Chillemi of Mathews VA.

Monaco by David Barrett, Cartersville, Georgia

Dear Glen-L, I wanted to send a few more pictures of my Monaco to add to the customer photo section. I wanted to test everything before completing the decking and seats. I was very happy with the performance and everything seemed to work as it should. Thanks, David Barrett

Monaco (Utility Version) by David Archer, Bakersfield, California

Photos posted 18 March 2012I used the new utility version plans for the Monaco. I am very happy with the boat\'s performance and the added useable space provided by the utility version.

Monaco by Kevin Kluck, Newnan, Georgia

Update 03 February 2014 I built the Monaco this last year and my wife and I have had a great time on the water with her. 10 May 2013 Just wanted to share with everyone at Glen-L the finished look of the latest Monaco build. I started the build July 2, 2012, and just completed her a few days ago. I\'m still waiting for the cutwater to be returned, but for the most part she is complete. She is powered by a Ford 351 windsor. and we are planning her first sea trials for 5/15/13. This was the greatest time of my life. My wife and I look forward to many years of enjoyment.

Monaco by Alan Close, Logan, Queensland, Australia

20 February 2014 Update -8 photos added 27 January 2014 Update - 6 photos added April 2013 Update Only upholstery and finishing the engine left to go. Photos Updated March 2012 8 September 2010 My name is Alan Close and live in Logan, (halfway between Brisbane and the Gold Coast) Queensland, Australia. I originally bought the Monaco plans in 1997 but only started the build in May 2008. The frame timber is Hoop Pine and is planked in 4mm Hoop Pine ply. The bright timber is Red Mahogany, a local eucalypt (Eucalyptus resinifera). The boat is being powered by a Toyota Lexus 4 Litre V8 driving through a Borg Warner 71C velvet drive.

Monaco by Jeff Haley, Ipswich, Queensland, Australia

06 March 2014 I started building my boat approximately 3 years ago. Here are some picture to date.

Monaco by Don Crosby, San Diego, California

23 June 2014 Launch day - Saturday, June 21 - christened \"Aloha\" - lots of champagne - you would think Don had given birth!! Four and one-half years of fun building her! Thanks to all of you who provided labor, ideas, or moral supportl Still some work to do, but we will be giving rides on Wednesdays at Lake Hodges soon! To Gayle at Glen-L - Here is your latest Monaco! She rides perfectly and we think she ran out at about 60 mph. Thanks to you for your help and to your great dad for designing this beautiful boat! We will put together a little album for the blog soon. --- Mary Faye Crosby

Monaco by Skip Snowden, Dripping Springs, Texas

January, 2017. I really loved the look of the Chris Craft style boats when I was younger. Much later in life I found the Glen-L website and realized I could have the best of two worlds. I could own a beautiful wood boat and I could build it also! I started around October 2013 and finished in December 2016. It took just over 2000 very enjoyable hours.


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