Boat Design Quarterly Vol 47

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Format: Digital
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April 2017

Table of Contents:


  • *Wee Rob A 12' to 15' double-paddle canoe by Iain Oughtred 
  • Scooter A 30' double-ended schooner by Paul Gartside
  • Dipper 17 & 19 Two efficient outboard cruisers from Sam Devlin
  • Cape May 25 A cutter with tradition and speed from Dudley Dix
  • *Caledonia II An able double-ended camp-cruiser by Iain Oughtred 

    Mike O'Brien's Boat Design Quarterly magazine describes plans for paddle, oar, power, and sail.

    The boats come from the boards of Atkin, Benford, Bolger, Chapelle, Gillmer, Stambaugh, Stephens, and other leading designers.

    Each issue of BDQ includes:

  • Quality reproductions of the designers' original drawings
  • Complete hull lines for most boats
  • Full particulars, including calculated performance ratios
  • Designers' addresses and phone numbers
  • Succinct design commentary

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  • Customer Reviews

    Based on 1 review
    Robert Ayer
    Wee Rob

    In this article, Mike O'Brien gives a thorough account of this wonderful little canoe by Ian Oughtred. The article bears rereading several times, as some of the details are best appreciated after one has absorbed some other aspect of the article. Mike's description of the sailing rig and its use shows how the use of such a small rig can be learned only by ongoing experience. Details, perhaps overlooked before, emerge as important links to understanding the whole picture. Excellent article.

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