Issue # 238 May/June 2014

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May/June 2014


  • Life on the River - Steamers and shantyboats of Ohio and Mississippi by Randall Peffer
  • All in the Details - Multiple joinery lessons in a classic booby hatch by Michael Podmaniczky
  • MADDY SUE - Restoration of an iconic Maine picnic boat by Douglas Brooks
  • A Schooner for East Texas - The 20-year construction of BRADNA ROSE by Jonathan Weinstein
  • Going Steady, Going Fast - The powerboat racing team of Harold and Lorna Wilson by John Summers
  • Chasing the Tide by Peter Neill
  • Remembering the Schooner NINA - Part 2: Her latter years by Richard "Deke" Ulian
  • How to Build Phoenix III - Part 3: A versatile, easy-to-build 15-footer by Ross Lillistone

    Cover: In 1932, Chester Clement of Mount Desert Island, Maine, built this shapely boat for winter lobstering and summer chartering. MADDY SUE (ex-TRAILAWAY), which has been recently restored, proved highly influential in the development of picnic boats.Photograph by Benjamin Mendlowitz -

    Getting Started in Boats

     Supplement Insert to WoodenBoat Magazine

    Cordage - Cordage is critical to the operation of every boat, and serves a variety of roles onboard by Jan Adkins



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  • Customer Reviews

    Based on 2 reviews
    Joseph N F Harrisson

    The Wooden Boat Store is great.
    I suggest that it would help a lot if there would be references or information as how to get 'full plans' on specific boat designs that are otherwise seemingly impossible to get.

    Ralph Jones
    2014 issue number 238

    Excellent article and ‘cover’ story

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