Issue #165 Mar/Apr 2002

3 reviews

Format: Digital
Sale price$4.95


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March/April 2002


  • Deckbeam Moldes, Ye olde mythe of boatbuilding
  • Chickama II, Of York Boats, airplanes, and the endof a Hudson Bay era.
  • The Oselver Verkstaden, A niche for traditional Norwegian boats.
  • Finishing Epoxied Surfaces, Leave the sandpaperin the drawer
  • Sultana's Charms, A colonial schooner reborn
  • Managing the Spritsail, From simplicity to performance. Rethinking a traditional reefing system


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  • Customer Reviews

    Based on 3 reviews
    Sydney Pasternak
    Sultana debut! 2002

    My dad has been an original Sultana volunteer from the beginning. I wanted to have extra copies for my boys of when she graced the streets of Chestertown on her way to meet the water for the first time. Magical. Great being able to order copies for our family!

    Len Anderson
    Designs - Trailer Sailer 24, an overlooked coastal sailboat.

    A good review of a coastal cruise that had many redeeming qualities ahead of it’s time ie. water ballast now being adopted into small boat design, rounded forefoot for a sharpie lines, simple lug and mizzen sail plan and practical lee boards for
    gunk holding in a weekend or weeks long cruise. All points made in the article.

    Unfortunately few have been built. If you know of one please contact writer.

    Richard J. Cullis
    Sprit sails

    The article is clear and straightforward. I would recommend it to anyone.

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