WoodenBoat 262, May/June 2018
- EGRET — The transformative refit of a Chesapeake deadrise by Bernard H. Gustin
- A Shop-Made Painting Lamp — Surface reflection with LED lighting by Harry Bryan
- Rebirth of a Legacy — A Vietnamese junk carries tradition into the future by Ken Preston
- The Motorsailer RED — Designed with Northwest and Alaska cruising in mind by Todd Miller
- Timeless Tumlare, Indeed — The world-renowned racer-cruiser enters its ninth decade by Nigel Sharp
- Restoring KATIE MACK — A bridge-deck cruiser for the golden years by Matthew P. Murphy
- ELSKOV — Reflections on a high-latitude cruiser by Finley Perry
- Build a Wooden Bucket — L.F. Herreshoff’s classic, brought to life by Tyler Fields
- GAMBOLIER’s Tender — Saved by her charms by Russ Manheimer
- Getting Started in Boats: Making Fast, Part 2: Ashore — Tear-out supplement by Jan Adkins
Cover: The 46′ bridge-deck cruiser KATIE MACK was recently relaunched after being rebuilt by Six River Marine of North Yarmouth, Maine. Her owners live aboard during the summer and cruise the New England Coast. Photograph by Alison Langley.
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