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Issue # 239 July/Aug 2014

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July/Aug 2014

 

  • Aboard: WINIFRED - A 1926 Lake Union Dreamboat by Greg Gilbert
  • A Modern Traditional Boatbuilder - The long career of Louis Sauzedde by Jay Picotte
  • A Tiller Control - Short-term self-steering by Harry Bryan
  • The Master of Lines - The worldwide reach of Johan Anker by Elin Kragset Vold and Ole Engen
  • VARG - Restoring a 1927 Johan Anker 8-Meter by Bruce Stannard
  • Return of a Dragon - The careful restoration of HUBRIS by Bill Jacobs
  • ALBATROSS - Taking a much-loved lobsteryacht into the future by Walter Ansel
  • ADVENTURE at Sea - After a long, hard reconstruction, a 1926 Gloucesterman sails again by Randall Peffer

    Cover: The 8-Meter class sloop VARG, launched in 1924 by the Anker & Jensen yard of Oslo, Norway, was recently rebuilt by Wilson Bros. of Tasmania. See page 48 for a profile of designer Johan Anker, and page 62 for the story of VARG's resurrection.
    Photograph by Kraig Carlstrom

    Getting Started in Boats
    Supplement Insert to WoodenBoat Magazine - Digital versions available at The WoodenBoat Store.

    The Art of Making Fast - Text and illustrations by Jan Adkins

     

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