October 28, 2015To: WoodenBoat Devotees
Beautiful designs from the turn of the (previous) century's elegant and fast sailing yachts are featured in the new Alfred Mylne book. And it's made all the more interesting because author Ian Nicholson was a partner in the Mylne firm for over 50 years. Nicholson shares insights and background of the man behind the designs.
It was just reviewed in the Nov/Dec WB #247 issue, and we now have it in stock. What is it? Phoenix of the Seas by Chester A. Brigham, a book about a remarkable schooner with four incarnations, covering three centuries.
Our on-line Small Boats MONTHLY magazine has now been published for over a year. Confidence is SO high you'll love it, that for $2.99 when you sign-up, you can read all of the back issues. More good news: you now have the option to subscribe for a full year at a time, and that gets you 12 issues for the price of 10. Such a deal! Fresh material every month... and the freshest will be on-line this coming Monday, when the November issue hits the ether.
And lastly, if you received your November/December subscription issue of WoodenBoat and there was no handsome WoodenBoat Store catalog included, fret not. The printer is mailing it directly to you. You needn't hover over the mailbox though, as you can download a PDF of the print catalog—which includes links to items on our site, so you can see more information, including larger pictures, tables of contents, videos, and supplemental info. Just click Catalog Download.
-Scot & Crew
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