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{"id":1771905515610,"title":"Boat Design Quarterly Set 1-10","handle":"boat-design-quarterly-set-1-10-digital","description":"\u003cp\u003e\u003cspan style=\"color: #38761d; font-family: Arimo, sans-serif; font-size: 18px; font-style: normal; font-variant-ligatures: normal; font-variant-caps: normal; font-weight: 400; letter-spacing: normal; orphans: 2; text-align: start; text-indent: 0px; text-transform: none; white-space: normal; widows: 2; word-spacing: 0px; -webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px; background-color: #ffffff; float: none; display: inline !important;\"\u003eBDQ Sets of 10 are Only Available as Digital Downloads\u003c\/span\u003e\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003e \u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eThis set includes Boat Design Quarterly magazines #1-10. 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Although we are quite timely, we may not be processing on weekends \u0026amp; holidays. \u003c\/span\u003e\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cbr\u003e\n\u003cp\u003e \u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003c!-- December 1991\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eTable of Contents:\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003e\u003cLI\u003e Black Skimmer: A 25' Sheet-ply Phil Bolger sharpie... \u003cLI\u003e Design No. 1: An 18' Bob Stephens plywood outboard launch... \u003cLI\u003e Right Bower: A 23' sailing camp cruiser from Howard Chapelle... \u003cLI\u003e Barn Owl: 50' Shoal-draft and world-capable Bolger Schooner... \u003cLI\u003e Chapelle 14' Skiff: A simple, flat-bottomed outboard boat... \u003cLI\u003e Blue Moon*: Thomas Gillmer's classic 23' pocket cruiser... \u003cLI\u003e Redwing*: An 18'6''outboard skiff cruiser from Karl Stambaugh... \u003cLI\u003e Reading the Drawings: How to interpret hull-lines plans.\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eJune 1992\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eTable of Contents:\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003e\u003cLI\u003e 15' Lapstrake Canoe: A Bob Stephens design... \u003cLI\u003eSpark: Dick Newick's 28' three-hulled Rozinante... \u003cLI\u003e Valgerda: 18'7'' Norwegian Hardangersjekte by Atkins...\u003cLI\u003e Whalewatcher: Bolger's 29' exercise in function... \u003cLI\u003e Day-Racing Schooner: A striking 39-footer from Bolger...\u003cLI\u003e Ocean Pointer: David Stimson's 19'6'' Maine lobster skiff... \u003cLI\u003e Windward 17: A simple Chesapeake daysailer from Karl Stambaugh...\u003cLI\u003e Scrimshaw: Jay Benford's 19' pocket cruiser... \u003cLI\u003e By the Numbers: Calculating simple design ratios. \u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eJanuary 1993\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eTable Of Contents\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003e \u003cLI\u003eCatbird 18: A trailerable cat-ketch pocket cruiser...\u003cLI\u003e*17' Morris Canoe: Wood, canvas, and other options in a classic northwoods design... \u003cLI\u003e19' Chewonki Kayak: Greenland heritage, plywood construction... \u003cLI\u003eSearunner 34: Jim Brown's ocean-crossing plywood trimaran... \u003cLI\u003eJenny Wren: A timeless 22' yawl from Davis and Farmer..\u003cLI\u003eHawkeye: An efficient 18'6'' Bolger step sharpie... \u003cLI\u003eShore Liner: 24' Atkins shoal-draft cruising skiff.\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eJune 1993\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eTable of Contents:\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003e\u003cLI\u003eWhilly Boat*: A 14'6'' lapstrake double-ended beach cruiser...\u003cLI\u003eLittle Moby*: 14'6'' Wittholz rough water outboard skiff...\u003cLI\u003eSix-Hour Canoe: Simple two-sheet plywood design... \u003cLI\u003e38' Fantail Yacht: efficient Benford coastal cruiser... \u003cLI\u003eSprite*: A well-proportioned 15' Atkin outboard skiff... \u003cLI\u003e23' Motorsailer: Unique plywood design from Bolger... \u003cLI\u003eBridges Point 24: Handsome daysailer and cruiser by Joel White.\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eNovember 1993\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eTable of Contents:\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003e\u003cLI\u003eTerrapin 21: Shoal-draft gaff sloop by Reuel Parker...\u003cLI\u003e36' Hand Ketches: True world cruisers with surprising speed... \u003cLI\u003eTred Avon: A 21' plywood double-kayak with auxiliary sailing rig... \u003cLI\u003eBolger Brigantine: A 32' theme park--moderate draft and uncrowded accommodations...\u003cLI\u003eCorvus: Likable 15' catboat by Charles Wittholz...\u003cLI\u003e15' Ocean Skiff: Lapstrake plywood outboard utility from Bob Stephens.\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eMarch 1994\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eTable of Contents:\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003e\u003cLI\u003eMaid of Endor*: John Atkin's engaging 20' pocket cruiser... \u003cLI\u003e12' Fisherman's Skiff: Built by Payson and Spectre at WoodenBoat School...\u003cLI\u003eWindward 21 \u0026 24: Chesapeake camp cruisers by Karl Stambaugh...\u003cLI\u003eBolger Catamaran: 32' of cheap speed from simple plywood hulls..\u003cLI\u003eRascal:* Classic 15' mahogany runabout for outboard power... \u003cLI\u003eSkimmer's New Rig: Short-masted Solent lug replaces a lofty leg-o'-mutton.\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003e August 1994\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eTable of Contents:\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003e\u003cLI\u003eSallee Rover*: A 20' shoal-draft Crocker sloop\/yawl... \u003cLI\u003ePlank on Frame: Structure of a wooden boat as drawn by Sam Manning... \u003cLI\u003eIdaho: Sleek, efficient 31' Bolger outboard cruiser... \u003cLI\u003eSea Urchin: An 11'6'' beach cruiser by David Stimson... \u003cLI\u003eBadger: A 34' Benford cruising dory with magnificent accommodations for a couple...\u003cLI\u003eNorwalk Islands 26: Fast, shoal-draft Kirby Sharpie--easily built with sheet plywood. \u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003e December 1994\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eTable of Contents:\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003e\u003cLI\u003eScandal: Billy Atkin's low-powered, high-speed 15' outboard skiff... \u003cLI\u003eBeach Point 18: Trailerable canoe yawl by Tony Dias... \u003cLI\u003eSusan Skiff: Lovable 11'3'' skiff from Bob Steward... \u003cLI\u003eReiver II: A 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Although we are quite timely, we may not be processing on weekends \u0026amp; holidays. \u003c\/span\u003e\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cbr\u003e\n\u003cp\u003e \u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003c!-- December 1991\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eTable of Contents:\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003e\u003cLI\u003e Black Skimmer: A 25' Sheet-ply Phil Bolger sharpie... \u003cLI\u003e Design No. 1: An 18' Bob Stephens plywood outboard launch... \u003cLI\u003e Right Bower: A 23' sailing camp cruiser from Howard Chapelle... \u003cLI\u003e Barn Owl: 50' Shoal-draft and world-capable Bolger Schooner... \u003cLI\u003e Chapelle 14' Skiff: A simple, flat-bottomed outboard boat... \u003cLI\u003e Blue Moon*: Thomas Gillmer's classic 23' pocket cruiser... \u003cLI\u003e Redwing*: An 18'6''outboard skiff cruiser from Karl Stambaugh... \u003cLI\u003e Reading the Drawings: How to interpret hull-lines plans.\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eJune 1992\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eTable of Contents:\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003e\u003cLI\u003e 15' Lapstrake Canoe: A Bob Stephens design... \u003cLI\u003eSpark: Dick Newick's 28' three-hulled Rozinante... \u003cLI\u003e Valgerda: 18'7'' Norwegian Hardangersjekte by Atkins...\u003cLI\u003e Whalewatcher: Bolger's 29' exercise in function... \u003cLI\u003e Day-Racing Schooner: A striking 39-footer from Bolger...\u003cLI\u003e Ocean Pointer: David Stimson's 19'6'' Maine lobster skiff... \u003cLI\u003e Windward 17: A simple Chesapeake daysailer from Karl Stambaugh...\u003cLI\u003e Scrimshaw: Jay Benford's 19' pocket cruiser... \u003cLI\u003e By the Numbers: Calculating simple design ratios. \u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eJanuary 1993\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eTable Of Contents\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003e \u003cLI\u003eCatbird 18: A trailerable cat-ketch pocket cruiser...\u003cLI\u003e*17' Morris Canoe: Wood, canvas, and other options in a classic northwoods design... \u003cLI\u003e19' Chewonki Kayak: Greenland heritage, plywood construction... \u003cLI\u003eSearunner 34: Jim Brown's ocean-crossing plywood trimaran... \u003cLI\u003eJenny Wren: A timeless 22' yawl from Davis and Farmer..\u003cLI\u003eHawkeye: An efficient 18'6'' Bolger step sharpie... \u003cLI\u003eShore Liner: 24' Atkins shoal-draft cruising skiff.\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eJune 1993\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eTable of Contents:\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003e\u003cLI\u003eWhilly Boat*: A 14'6'' lapstrake double-ended beach cruiser...\u003cLI\u003eLittle Moby*: 14'6'' Wittholz rough water outboard skiff...\u003cLI\u003eSix-Hour Canoe: Simple two-sheet plywood design... \u003cLI\u003e38' Fantail Yacht: efficient Benford coastal cruiser... \u003cLI\u003eSprite*: A well-proportioned 15' Atkin outboard skiff... \u003cLI\u003e23' Motorsailer: Unique plywood design from Bolger... \u003cLI\u003eBridges Point 24: Handsome daysailer and cruiser by Joel White.\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eNovember 1993\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eTable of Contents:\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003e\u003cLI\u003eTerrapin 21: Shoal-draft gaff sloop by Reuel Parker...\u003cLI\u003e36' Hand Ketches: True world cruisers with surprising speed... \u003cLI\u003eTred Avon: A 21' plywood double-kayak with auxiliary sailing rig... \u003cLI\u003eBolger Brigantine: A 32' theme park--moderate draft and uncrowded accommodations...\u003cLI\u003eCorvus: Likable 15' catboat by Charles Wittholz...\u003cLI\u003e15' Ocean Skiff: Lapstrake plywood outboard utility from Bob Stephens.\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eMarch 1994\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eTable of Contents:\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003e\u003cLI\u003eMaid of Endor*: John Atkin's engaging 20' pocket cruiser... \u003cLI\u003e12' Fisherman's Skiff: Built by Payson and Spectre at WoodenBoat School...\u003cLI\u003eWindward 21 \u0026 24: Chesapeake camp cruisers by Karl Stambaugh...\u003cLI\u003eBolger Catamaran: 32' of cheap speed from simple plywood hulls..\u003cLI\u003eRascal:* Classic 15' mahogany runabout for outboard power... \u003cLI\u003eSkimmer's New Rig: Short-masted Solent lug replaces a lofty leg-o'-mutton.\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003e August 1994\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eTable of Contents:\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003e\u003cLI\u003eSallee Rover*: A 20' shoal-draft Crocker sloop\/yawl... \u003cLI\u003ePlank on Frame: Structure of a wooden boat as drawn by Sam Manning... \u003cLI\u003eIdaho: Sleek, efficient 31' Bolger outboard cruiser... \u003cLI\u003eSea Urchin: An 11'6'' beach cruiser by David Stimson... \u003cLI\u003eBadger: A 34' Benford cruising dory with magnificent accommodations for a couple...\u003cLI\u003eNorwalk Islands 26: Fast, shoal-draft Kirby Sharpie--easily built with sheet plywood. \u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003e December 1994\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eTable of Contents:\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003e\u003cLI\u003eScandal: Billy Atkin's low-powered, high-speed 15' outboard skiff... \u003cLI\u003eBeach Point 18: Trailerable canoe yawl by Tony Dias... \u003cLI\u003eSusan Skiff: Lovable 11'3'' skiff from Bob Steward... \u003cLI\u003eReiver II: A 49' dipping-lug motorsailer by Phil Bolger...\u003cLI\u003e63' Canoe Sloop: Long, light, and fast cruiser by Paul Kotzebue... \u003cLI\u003eWee Lassie: J. Henry Rushton's elegant 10'6'' double-paddle canoe...\u003cLI\u003eMacGregor*: Able 13'7'' or 15'8'' or 17'3'' double-paddle canoe by Iain Oughtred.\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eApril 1995\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eTable of Contents:\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003e\u003cLI\u003eDesign Number 2: Fred Martin's handsome 13' rowing skiff..\u003cLI\u003eGoblin \u0026 Wide-Awake: Robust 14' and 16' pocket cutters by William Garden andC. Walrond-Skinner... \u003cLI\u003eThe Ben Garveys*: Doug Hylan's outboard boats for work or pleasure...\u003cLI\u003eMystic*: A 32' double-ended sharpie by Ted Brewer...\u003cLI\u003eThe Plywood 12 1\/2: Phil Bolger's 16' home-built version of the Herreshoff classic...\u003cLI\u003eSwift: A 15'2'' outboard skiff with sail auxiliary... \u003cLI\u003eCape Charlie: A 13'6'' children's kayak from Chris Kulczycki.\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eSeptember 1995\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003eTable of Contents:\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003e\u003cLI\u003eSainte Valery: Phil Bolger's remarkable 25' interpretation of a French fishing lugger...\u003cLI\u003eGunkholer: A 22' shoal-draft and multi-optioned cruising skiff from Jay Benford... \u003cLI\u003eSteam Tug: William Preston's handsome 28' workboat or cruiser...\u003cLI\u003eSkimalong II*: A stable and comfortable 16'7'' strip-built kayak drawn by Paul Ford...\u003cLI\u003eSan Juan Dory*: David Roberts' 16' plywood outboard skiff for work or play... \u003cLI\u003eGrand Banks 22: An able dory cruiser by Ted Brewer.\u003c\/P\u003e\u003cP\u003e* noted designs are available from The WoodenBoat Store\u003c\/P\u003e--\u003e"}

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