Issue #274 May/June 2020

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May/June 2020

FEATURES

  • Teaching with Small Boats — Building boats, building lives by Robin Jettinghoff
  • The Sunbeams of England — A one-design tradition lives on in Falmouth and Chichester Harbour by Nigel Sharp
  • LIVELY LADY — The grocer’s yacht by Nic Compton
  • Making a Pair of 7′ Oars — Adapting a design by R.D. “Pete” Culler by G. Andy Chase
  • Restoring RANDY B — A statement of simple and sublime utility by Peter Neill, David Peill, and Bill Lutwick
  • MAYFLOWER II’s Rebirth — The replica ship as historic artifact by Tom Jackson
  • Poetry in Motion — The schooners of W. Starling Burgess by Randall Peffer
  • Why NIÑITA? — A classic Burgess design, adapted for cruising by Paul Davies
  • A Shop-made Dustpan — Big capacity, light weight by Harry Bryan
  • Getting Started in Boats: Safety in the Boatshop: Precautions to protect your health — Tear-out supplement by Anne Bryant

Cover: Molly Eddy (at left), an instructor at Maine Maritime Academy in Castine, Maine, teaches student Zoe Ciolfi the finer points of oarmaking. Photograph by Alison Langley

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Victor Gudonis

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Charles Deknatel

Good issue especially historical and oar projecy

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wooden boat

wooden boat is a world class publication. the hands on information is incredible, and useful, to me. the technical information about wood is even helpful with my work, directly and indirectly. and who doesn't like a boat.

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