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WoodenBoat 268, May/June 2019

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FEATURES

  • The Design Legacy of Ed Burnett — A search for perfection by Nic Compton
  • Aboard: PANACEA — Ed Burnett’s 24′ pocket cruiser by Nic Compton
  • The State of the Art of Recreational Rowing — Why wood works by Carl Kaufmann
  • Hai Times on the Baltic — The roots and legacy of a classic Finnish one-design by Greg Smith
  • A Builder’s Theory of Beauty — A meditation on mistakes, admiration, and the quest for harmony by Lawrence W. Cheek
  • The New World Coracle — Improvisation with willow by Hilary Russell
  • The Basket as Boat — Construction highlights of willow-framed hulls by Hilary Russell
  • New Spars for ZISKA — Using bird’s-mouth joints in large work by Pat Mahon
  • Australian Wooden Boat Festival 2019 — A sense of place on the far side of the world by Matthew P. Murphy
  • LADY FREE — A Norwegian pilot boat circumnavigates the Americas by Bruce Stannard
  • Getting Started in Boats: First-Aid Kits — Tear-out supplement by Shelly Galligan, illustrations by Jan Adkins

Cover: PANACEA, a 24′ cutter built by Ben Harris to a design by Ed Burnett, sails on Carrick Roads in England before being shipped to Perth, Australia, last year. Photograph by Nic Compton


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