WoodenBoat 260, January/February 2018
- LA VIE EN ROSE — A collaborative masterpiece by owner, designer, and builder by Bruce Halabisky
- In Praise of the Norwegian Sailing Pram by Simon Watts
- Bringing Home the Catch — TORDENSKJOLD and the Pacific Northwest halibut schooners by Nathaniel Howe
- New Pinisis in Old Sulawesi — Distinctive regional workboats hustle on in the tourist trade by Ian Lloyd Neubauer
- A Jakt Named JELSE — Preserving a boat—and a sense of place by Bruce Stannard
- Star Yachts — A line of retro power cruisers, by chance by Nic Compton
- A Launch Named TOAST — Careful collaboration yields a sublimely stunning boat by Matthew Stackpole
- The H-28 — L. Francis Herreshoff’s quintessential cruiser by Roger C. Taylor
- Getting Started in Boats: The Care and Feeding of Tools Aboard — Tear-out supplement by Jan Adkins
Cover: The 1913, 65′ halibut schooner SEYMOUR steams along near Seward, Alaska, in 2006. Thanks to good construction, consistent upkeep, and favorable market conditions, vessels of this type have enjoyed remarkably long working lives. Photograph by David Miller.
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