WoodenBoat 263, July/August 2018
- T/T MARIE — A tender balance of function and tradition by Matthew P. Murphy
- NATIONAL PRIDE — Richard Stanley’s “fully evolved solution” by Stephen Rappaport
- SCALLYWAG — Engineered for performance—and versatility by Robert W. Stephens
- Malcolm Darch’s Exquisite Models — A lifetime of shipbuilding in miniature by Nic Compton
- In Caledonia — An Iain Oughtred pocket cruiser for a classic journey by Bruno Cianci
- Making Wood-Shelled Blocks — A fitting choice for a traditional boat by Gorden Schweers
- Aboard MAH JONG — A 52′ Sparkman & Stephens yawl by Ross M. Gannon
- A Boat—and a River—Restored — Bringing back a Corinthian sloop by John Brady
- The Marvelous Oscillating Multitool — A growing list of uses for boatbuilding and restoration by Greg Rössel
- Getting Started in Boats: Plan B: Backup — Tear-out supplement by Jan Adkins
Cover: The newly launched yacht tender T/T MARIE, designed by Matt Smith and built by Artisan Boatworks in Rockport, Maine, is based on a Herreshoff design from the 1930s. She has some surprising and well-concealed modern features. Photograph by Benjamin Mendlowitz.
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