WB's SMALL BOATS annual magazine 2012 PRINT
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You'll get 112 pages of small boats...
Small Boat Special: Outfitting for Safety
Part of common sense is good preparation.
A Double-paddle Canoe
An 18' Bassboat.
The No Mans Land Boat
A 17'8" double ender.
A magic carpet on the water: A 20' Launch.
An 18' camp cruiser with good looks.
The Shaw and Tenney Whitehall
A classic, reinterpreted.
The Sea Bird Yawl (WB Plan 400-003)
Simplicity in a hard-chined cruiser.
A proven cedar strip touring canoe.
Lowell's Amsbury Skiff
Building by "The Book".
The Norwalk Islands 18 and its cousins
A family of sharpies.
A Nesting Dinghy
PT 11, a fine balance of form and function.
A sprightly cat-yawl for daysailing or camp-cruising.
A fast pulling boat.
Goliath Mini Tug
A fanciful cruiser with workboat roots.
Amphibi-ette (WB Plan 400-068)
The camper bus of sailboats.
The Old Town Dinghy
A classic in cedar and canvas.
A family boat.
XLNC Utility Skiff
A simple, efficient hull from William and John Atkin.
St. Ayles Skiff
Inspiring the community rowing revival.
A simple boat for calm waters.
Jericho Bay Lobster Skiff (WB Plan 400-145)
A forgiving outboard powered boat.
The Rhodes 18
A racing daysailer.
An almost-traditional Thames skiff.
Wittholtz 11' Dinghy (WB Plan 400-050)
An ode to a simpler time.
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