Issue # 232 May/June 2013

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May/June 2013

  • A Holdfast for the Workbench - Ten bucks and two hours yield a versatile clamping device by Harry Bryan
  • Fitting Trailboards - Making a laminated mirror-image carving blank by Bart Chapin
  • Rack of Eye - Boatbuilding in the St. Mary's County tradition Richard Dodds, A new Lawrence skiff by Ed Kobrinski
  • A Singular 12 - Charley Morgan's HERITAGE was the last wooden 12-Meter built in the U.S. by Dan Spurr
  • Reviving MAKOTO - An imagined muse guides the restoration of a classic cruiser by Scott Andrews
  • MADNESS - A proa for modern times by Geoff Kerr
  • Peter Chase - Lessons of a Boatbuilder by Bill Mayher
  • Istanbul's Rahmi M. Koc Museum - Preserving the past in a city of connection by Peter Neill
  • Many Hands, Light Work - Sharing a commitment to the schooner ADVENTURESS by Tom Jackson

    Getting Started in Boats Vol 40: Getting Started Stories-How six people got their start in boats.


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