Issue #287 July/August 2022

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July/August 2022


  • The Whisper 300 — Swallow Yachts’ conversion to wood construction by Nic Compton
  • A Lifetime of Apprenticeship — Kevin Carney’s practical approach to teaching at The Apprenticeshop by Milo Stanley
  • Building a Camden Class Knockabout Sloop — An ambitious project for a basement shop by Paul Koch
  • BLOODHOUND through the Ages — Smack sailing: a lifestyle by Scott Kennedy
    BLOODHOUND today by Matthew P. Murphy
  • The Original BLOODHOUND — A legendary racer by Clare McComb
  • Searching for Charles D. Mower — “He designed some of the best” by Stan Grayson
  • A 12-Meter’s Renewal — Idled by pandemic, HETI gets an overhaul by Michael Sauter and Georg Roeder
  • A Short Discourse on Metal Files — Determining the best tool for the job by Bart Chapin
  • Getting Started in Boats: Revolutionary Goo Epoxy for the beginner builder — Tear-out supplement by Jan Adkins

Cover: Big projects such as reconstructing the 38′ LOA Dublin Bay 24, pictured in 2019, give broad experience to students at The Apprenticeshop in Rockland, Maine. The institution marks its 50th anniversary this year. Photograph by Erin Tokarz

And, if you were interested in boatplans of the Camden Class design, we have carried  those at The WoodenBoat Store for over 40 years. Click CAMDEN CLASS PLANS.


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Customer Reviews

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Peter Gates
All Star !!

With your publishing of both articles in the Launching & Relaunching section, my wife Daryl and I thank you very much !

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