Current Issue of WoodenBoat Magazine
WoodenBoat 241, November/December 2014
- Sailing with the CHARLES W. MORGAN — Authenticity in rig makes the 1841 bark a vision of the past by Tom Jackson
- HIAWATHA — An American yacht in Istanbul by Tom Pamperin
- Scrapin’ Time — The crabbers and crab boats of Smith Island, Maryland by Randall Peffer
- Stormy and ISTAR — A new Coaster, after decades of perseverance by Jim Gilbert
- Preserving an L. Francis Herreshoff Classic — The restoration of BEN MY CHREE by Tyler Fields
- Accuracy School — A year in the life of the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding by Lawrence W. Cheek
- Building an Amesbury Skiff, Part 2 — A classic outboard-powered boat, in
oak, locust, and cedar by Graham McKay
- The Boat Shower — A practical, minimalist solution by Nat Benjamin
Cover: During the summer of 2014, the 1841 whaleship CHARLES W. MORGAN
set sail on her first voyage in almost 90 years. In the final phase of her restoration, she was completely rerigged with cotton canvas sails and hemp and manila cordage.
Photograph by Dennis Murphy/Mystic Seaport Museum
Getting Started in Boats
Supplement Insert to WoodenBoat Magazine — Digital versions available at The WoodenBoat Store.
- Waking Up Your Boat — Text and illustrations by Jan Adkins
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