WoodenBoat 254, January/February 2017
- FLEKKERØY’s Voyage — Connecting continents with a vintage pilot cutter by Bjørnar Berg
- A Sliding Tool Tray — This convenient caddy rests upon gunwales or coamings by John Pratt
- Happy Days — A Son of Neptune Turns 100 by Randall Peffer
- The W17 Trimaran — A balance of interests by Geoff Kerr
- Pocket Schooners — A warm allure that defies cold logic by Lawrence W. Cheek
- UNITY — Continuing the tradition by Nic Compton
- The Sailing Canoes of Ailuk Atoll — Traditional watercraft keep a remote Pacific Island alive by Amanda Witherell
- Propelled by Passion — Bob O’Connor and the legacy of the O’Connor racing hydroplane by Donnie Mullen
- Getting Started in Boats: Local Genius—Part 2: The Lure of Thin Water — Tear-out supplement by Jan Adkins
Cover: At Nottingham, England, driver Mike Akerstrom contests the world championship of the OSY-400 hydroplane class in August last year. O’Connor Racing Hydroplanes of Farmington, Maine, built his boat. Photograph by David Recht.
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