FEATURESVA Trumpy Fit for James Bond - A secret CIA semi-submersible is now a museum piece by Dirk A.D. SmithWood in the Rigging - Making simple fittings for a traditional boat by Tom JacksonIronwoods - Useful hardwoods for boat fittings by Ken TextorWill Stirling - In Nelson's wake by Nic ComptonThe Canoes of Haida Gwaii - A legacy renewed by Bruce KempA Canvas Backrest - Comfort in a small cabin by Harry BryanAMYCITA - A knock-down frame kit boat approaches the century mark by Eric L. BaxterThe Jeweler as Modelmaker - The miniature yachts of Rob Eddy by Maria SimpsonIn Search of a 100-Year Rig - The logic of galvanized wire for a gaff cutter's standing rigging by Bruce HalabiskyThe Floating Farmer's Market - A New Haven sharpie brings food from field to islands by Randall PefferCover: The rigging for the 18' No Mans Land boat FAR & AWAY, built by Senior Editor Tom Jackson, relies heavily on shop-made hardwood fittings. Photograph by Benjamin Mendlowitz.
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