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WoodenBoat 280, May/June 2021

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FEATURES

  • WINDWARD PASSAGE — Larger than life in her sixth decade by Randall Peffer
  • Where Is This Horse Bone From? — An apprentice boatbuilder in Japan by Milo Stanley
  • A Sampling of Japanese Watercraftby Douglas Brooks
  • Building a Tolman Wide-Body Skiff: Part 1 — A rugged, handsome, and easy-to-build boat by John Marples
  • Renaissance Man — The many facets of Andrew Wolstenholme by Nic Compton
  • Gaffling 4.1 — An old gaffer for a new generation by Nic Compton
  • Building SCOUT — Problem-solving in custom boatbuilding by Ellery Brown
  • SCOUT — An electrical system for air-conditioned silence by Don Eley
  • Aboard: ARCTURUS — A 1930 Alden schooner Photographs by Benjamin Mendlowitz, Text by John Eichelsheim
  • Building Box-section Masts with Plywood — Traditional building meets nontraditional material by Reuel Parker
  • Getting Started in Boats: Holes Part 2 Unplugged — Tear-out supplement by Jan Adkins

Cover: The storied maxi-yacht WINDWARD PASSAGE, built of spruce in 1969, charges along in the Sydney Hobart Race in 1975. She’s still going strong today. Photograph by Richard Bennett


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