WoodenBoat 266, January/February 2019
- CHUBASCO — Better than built, and ready to rumble by Randall Peffer
- TARI-ANN — A close collaboration by Melissa Wood
- The Periwinkle Junior — A simple skiff and an excellent first boat, Part 2 by John Rowse
- Aboard WIZARD — A restored Herreshoff Fishers Island 31 by Maynard Bray
- Cockwells’ Heart of Wood — Ambition and resilience pave a golden path to success by Nic Compton
- GAYA — The power launch as functional art by Nigel Sharp
- A River for the Running — Wooden boats on Idaho’s protected Middle Fork of the Salmon River by Greg Hatten
- A Straight Edge, a Fair Curve, and a Sharp Point — Drawing lines you can trust by Harry Bryan
- Getting Started in Boats: When Your Diesel Quits — Tear-out supplement by Matthew P. Murphy
Cover: Wilmington Boat Works built the 67′3″ Sparkman & Stephens—designed yawl CHUBASCO in 1939, and she has been a fixture of Southern California yachting ever since. She was recently restored by Wayne Ettel and crew in Wilmington. Photograph by Steve Jost.
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