Current Issue of WoodenBoat Magazine
WoodenBoat 240, September/October 2014
- The Antique Boat Museum — Time travel in a powerboater’s paradise by Jay Picotte
- A Deep-Reach Clamp — For hard-to-get-to areas by Harry Bryan
- Bill Page — Market maker by Bill Mayher
- The Thames Waterman’s Stroke — Elegant, efficient rowing by Chris Cunningham
- GRAYHOUND’s Encore — The rebirth of a lug-rigged privateer by Patrick Holian
- The Shipwright’s Adze — Mastering a classic edge tool by Mark Jaquith
- The Geometry of Rowing — Or: Why do I need a sliding seat for that nice wherry? by John Harris
- Building an Amesbury Skiff — Part 1 — A classic outboard-powered boat, in oak, locust, and cedar by Graham McKay
Cover: Graham McKay, director of Lowell’s Boat Shop in Amesbury, Massachusetts, takes a break from sea trials in a newly launched 16′ Amesbury Skiff. Graham and his crew built the boat for a how-to-build series beginning with this issue. See page 72.
Photograph by Ali Goodwin
Getting Started in Boats
Supplement Insert to WoodenBoat Magazine — Digital versions available at The WoodenBoat Store.
- Putting Your Boat to Bed — Text and illustrations by Jan Adkins
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