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Issue # 237 Mar/Apr 2014

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March/April 2014

 

  • A Schooner for Miss Dolan - Creating DEFIANCE for a strong-willed yachtswoman by Bill Peterson
  • SPARTINA - A lobsterboat-style Great Lakes cruiser by George D. Jepson
  • Remembering the Schooner NINA - Part 1: Her early years by Richard Dey
  • Thumper's World - An inspired waterman, a 100-year-old schooner, and the notorious Delaware Bay by Randall Peffer
  • The Return of the Giant-Slayer - The schooner CORAL OF COWES by Nic Compton
  • Aboard TOLKA - A limousine launch for Muskoka by Timothy Du Vernet
  • The Ghosts in the Rossie Mill - by Stan Grayson
  • How to Build Phoenix III, Part 2 - A versatile, easy-to-build 15-footer by Ross Lillistone

    Cover: CORAL OF COWES is well suited to Caribbean and European charters, which she has done since 2011. Largely original in all but her rig (she was launched as a yawl in 1902), the storied British yacht lay dormant for decades until a restoration was completed in 2005.Photograph by Nic Compton


    Getting Started in Boats
    Supplement Insert to WoodenBoat Magazine
    Keeping Watch by Jan Adkins


     

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