WoodenBoat 250, May/June 2016
- To Build a Gandelow — Resurrecting a working rowboat from Ireland’s Shannon River Estuary, Part 2 by Patrick Beautement
- Building SILVER THREAD — A traditional Cornish lug-and-mizzen by Simon Watts
- SAGA’s Enduring Legacy — The 6-Meter that launched the International One-Design class by Neil Rabinowitz
- Electric Auxiliary for a Sailboat — With solar recharge, off-the-grid cruising is in range by Jonathan Taggart
- COMPAÑERA — A wilderness cruiser by Jill Fredston
- Two Gambles — The birth and survival of the Atlantic class by John Rousmaniere
- The Herreshoff Mast Hoop — A lesson in humility by Wade Smith
- DIAMOND — A modern interpretation of an 1897 design by Charles Sibbick by Nigel Sharp
- When Caulking Comes Before Planking — Vacuum-bagging pre-made sections of decking makes for a clean job by Brion Rieff
- The Two-pointers of Dead Creek
— A traditional trapping skiff from Vermont by Douglas Brooks
- Getting Started in Boats: Bailers and Pumps — Tear-out supplement by Jan Adkins
Cover: COMPAÑERA lies at anchor in northern Labrador. Jill Fredston and Doug Fesler have cruised this ketch-rigged motorsailer to some of the most remote places between Alaska and Atlantic Canada. Photograph by Jill Fredston.
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