Current Issue of WoodenBoat Magazine

WoodenBoat 274, May/June 2020

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  • Teaching with Small Boats — Building boats, building lives by Robin Jettinghoff
  • The Sunbeams of England — A one-design tradition lives on in Falmouth and Chichester Harbour by Nigel Sharp
  • LIVELY LADY — The grocer’s yacht by Nic Compton
  • Making a Pair of 7′ Oars — Adapting a design by R.D. “Pete” Culler by G. Andy Chase
  • Restoring RANDY B — A statement of simple and sublime utility by Peter Neill, David Peill, and Bill Lutwick
  • MAYFLOWER II’s Rebirth — The replica ship as historic artifact by Tom Jackson
  • Poetry in Motion — The schooners of W. Starling Burgess by Randall Peffer
  • Why NIÑITA? — A classic Burgess design, adapted for cruising by Paul Davies
  • A Shop-made Dustpan — Big capacity, light weight by Harry Bryan
  • Getting Started in Boats: Safety in the Boatshop: Precautions to protect your health — Tear-out supplement by Anne Bryant

Cover: Molly Eddy (at left), an instructor at Maine Maritime Academy in Castine, Maine, teaches student Zoe Ciolfi the finer points of oarmaking. Photograph by Alison Langley

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