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Issue #179 Jul/Aug 2004

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July/August 2004

  • Beaching Legs: Making just about any hard beach a good haulout prospect
  • Building the Redwing 18: An outboard camp-cruiser Part one.
  • Restoring the Classics: On the occasion of his firms 75th anniversary, a conversation with Olin Stephens
  • Birdwatcher: A shoal-draft,self righting Sharpie
  • The Spirit of Tradition: Defining a new breed of classic yachts
  • SLO-MO-SHUN
  • A Handmade Woodworking Vise: Rigid, heavy, and easy to use
  • Sweet Lines: Pomelion: The fruition of a young woman's apprenticeship
  • To view the boat building plans for the 'Redwing' noted in this issue, see WB Plan # 400-108.

     

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