Issue # 228 Sept/Oct 2012

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Format: Digital
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Sept/Oct 2012


  • Parson's Escape: Remembering the Concordia Yawl HALCYON
  • Revisiting the Classics: The San Juan Islands Sharpie Schooners.
  • Reinventing GYRE: From offshore cruiser to family daysailer.
  • A Folding Saloon Table: An elegant dining solution for a small cabin.
  • The Adaptable Sam Devlin: Economy and good looks in plywood powerboats.
  • Holland's Botters: Distinctive and able shoal-draft boats for an inland sea.
  • A Structural Exoskeleton: How Vaitses-method fiberglass sheathing saved CARIB II
  • The Construction Model as a Tool: Artist's mannequins help get the ergonomics right.
  • Where Are They Now: A rundown on 100 classics.
  • Contact Cruising: Along the New England and Fundy coasts in a $400 yacht.

    Getting Started in Boats Vol 36: Workbenches for Boatbuilding


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  • Customer Reviews

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    Margaret Custer
    Back issue easily obtained

    A friend recently bought a boat that had been featured in an article in a back issue of Wooden Boat. I was delighted to see how easy it was to buy a back issue and have the PDF delivered to my email inbox with an easy download link. Thank you, Wooden Boat! You keep me going during the winter months, which are spent too far from BOATS and the Maine waters!

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