Issue #290 January/February 2023

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January/February 2023


  • The Wizards of Stony Creek — Bridging the past and the present in Connecticut’s Thimble Islands by Randall Peffer
  • A Caulking Mallet Odyssey — On the trail of a classic C. Drew & Co. tool by Christopher Sanders
  • From CURLEW to CONSTANCE — In the wake of the Falmouth Quay punts by Nic Compton
  • Building a Trap Skiff — Re-creating a Newfoundland icon by Finley H. Perry Jr.
  • RÉMY — An elegant small sailing yacht built in a garage by Michael Sauter
  • ANJA — A forager’s masterpiece by Lawrence W. Cheek
  • My Christmas Star — A memory of dead reckoning by Capt. Theodore C. Schmidt

The Boy Who Fell to Shore  is a rare glimpse of a rare human. [Charles Doane] brings a deeply sensitive approach to his portrait of Thomas.” 

                                                            —Matthew P. Murphy

“WoodenBoat Review,” on page 88

Cover: With comfortable cruising in mind, Arnt Arntzen of Vancouver, British Columbia, extensively modified ANJA, a 23-footer built to a design by Roger Long. Photograph by Dale Simonson



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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
patricia mccormick
Family affair

How could I not love the cover article, Leif is my cousin!

Roger Teague
Great to be able to download

I decided to download January's edition as the local post office has stopped stocking Wooden Boat. Well written articles as usual , especially articles produced by Nigel Sharp. An expert on gaff rig and my main love Quay Punts.
The magazine is a great insight to the American side of boatbuilding, a lot of which knocks us into a cocked hat.

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