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WoodenBoat 288, September/October 2022

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  • Born on the Bayou — The Cajun bateau lives on by Randall Peffer
  • Building a Fowey River Boat — A legendary English class-racing dinghy by Nigel Sharp
  • An Electric Pod Drive for a Haven 12½ — Clean and quiet auxiliary power by Don Eley
  • Catching Up with KELPIE — The life and revival of a 1903 Alfred Mylne cutter by Nic Compton
  • The “Race of the Century” — Bugeyes on the bay test the Chesapeake’s racing spirit by Tom Price
  • High Expectations — Preserving a 1927 Rocky Mountain excursion boat by Jeremy Masterson
  • The East Passage 24 — Soul of a workboat, heart of a yacht by Tyler Fields
  • Aboard: RAWHITI — A shapely New Zealand cutter from 1905 by Maynard Bray and Benjamin Mendlowitz
  • Getting Started in Boats: Revolutionary Goo: Part 2 Cold-molding, sheathed-strip, and glued-lapstrake construction — Tear-out supplement by Jan Adkins

Cover: The recently unveiled East Passage 24, making an autumn outing on Narragansett Bay in Rhode Island, combines elements of Herreshoff yacht tenders, Maine lobsterboats, and New England bass boats. Photograph by Tyler Fields

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