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WoodenBoat 277, November/December 2020

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FEATURES

  • The Dream Boats of Seattle — Raised-foredeck power cruisers with enduring appeal by Lawrence W. Cheek
  • Saving a Speedliner — A restoration from the heart by Greg Hatten
  • In the Wake of Nomads — A classic trimaran restoration revives the 1970s vibe by Randall Peffer
  • RAINBOW — A 63-footer conceived for singlehanded sailing — by Reggie Townsend
  • The Big Green Bird Gets Her Wings — Building the Falmouth pilot cutter PELLEW by Nic Compton
  • Building a Midget Flyer Runabout — Little boat, big fun — Part 3 by Mark Kaufman
  • The Spar Gauge — Variations and cautions in creating a useful boatbuilding tool by Harry Bryan
  • Getting Started in Boats: Hammer & Tongs: Variations on fundamental tools — Tear-out supplement by Jan Adkins

Cover: Luke Powell has recently launched PELLEW, a faithful replica of a Falmouth, England, pilot cutter of 1852. The project also re-creates a traditional shipyard on the banks of the Truro River, which plans to train apprentices in maritime trades. Photograph by Nic Compton


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