Issue #210 Sept/Oct 2009

3 reviews

Format: Digital
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Sept/Oct 2009


  • Linseed Oil: Both a primer and finisher
  • An Apostle of Speed: Graham Byrne's simple boats are simply fast.
  • Fastening Removal 101: Getting old fastenings to budge.
  • Another Approach: Lessons from a self taught restorer.
  • The Sum of its Parts: Starting with a kit can demystify boatbuilding
  • High Tea: An enduring beauty
  • Build the Jericho Bay Lobster Skiff: Part One: A Maine coast classic redesigned for strip-planking.
  • Marine Art Meets Boat Preservation: The drawings of Kathy Bray
  • Fairing by Machine: A retrofitted grinder eases this arduous task.
  • This is part 1 of a 2 part article on building the Jericho Bay Lobster Skiff. See WB Plan 400-145.



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  • Customer Reviews

    Based on 3 reviews
    Gerald A Packard
    Great articles

    I ordered it to get the article on Linseed Oil by Harry Bryant which I wanted because I plan to finish a Quahog skiff I'm building using oil.
    The article on lofting was very helpful. This issue will become part of my permanent collection.

    Charlie Shears
    Back issues

    Great resource to be able to go to back issues. I have suddenly become interested in the Jericho bay lobster skiff.

    Jericho bay lobster skiff

    Bought both issues I have previously lost or beat to death for reference on my iPhone during my newly started build of a jericho bay lobster skiff.

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