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WoodenBoat 289, November/December 2022

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FEATURES

  • The Restoration of ST. LOUIS — An 1896 electric launch by Reuben Smith
  • A Deep Canyon Connection — How wooden whitewater dories helped save the Grand Canyon by Greg Hatten
  • A Cult of Personality — Connecting the Grand Canyon’s past and future at Fretwater Boatworks by Delaney Brown
  • The 2022 Fife Regatta — A homecoming of classic yachts by Dan Houston
  • Herreshoff Catboats — The roots of a boatbuilding dynasty by Stan Grayson
  • CALIFORNIAN — A San Diego landmark with a mission by Will Sofrin
  • Aboard OWL — The “just right” balance of a Concordia yawl by Jay Panetta
  • CLARA — Nigel Irens and the remarkable lightness of being by Nic Compton
  • Getting Started in Boats: The Waves Wave theory — Tear-out supplement by Jan Adkins

Cover: OWL, a 39′ Concordia yawl built in 1955, was thoughtfully designed by C. Raymond Hunt and his collaborator, Waldo Howland; Concordia yawls have numerous details that make cruising under sail a pleasure. Photograph by Benjamin Mendlowitz


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