WoodenBoat 261, March/April 2018
- Chasing the DRAGON — Re-creating a Herreshoff steam launch by Stan Grayson
- Tom Wood’s Dories — Updating the traditional dulse boats of Grand Manan by Aaron Beswick
- The Resilience of Jennifer Hinkel — Cancer survivors race toward healing and reclamation by John Riise
- A Wise Choice — Béniguet, a seaworthy Vivier pocket cruiser by Nic Compton
- CNC Comes of Age — How computers are revolutionizing wooden yacht construction by Tom Jackson
- First in Class — The return of a groundbreaking 1907 6-Meter by Dieter Loibner
- Applying Gold Leaf to Lettering — A modern method to achieve a classic look by Tyler Fields
- The Last of the Vikings — An immersion in the folk wisdom of a thousand years by Arista Holden
- Your Boat’s First Voyage — Getting a small craft up onto its trailer by Jan Adkins
- Getting Started in Boats: Making Fast: Afloat — Tear-out supplement by Jan Adkins
Cover: ONKEL ADOLPH, a prizewinning early 6-Meter from 1907, has recently been restored to her original condition and appearance. She’s shown here on her home waters of Lake Wörthersee in Austria. Photograph by Dieter Loibner.
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