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Small Boats 2014

More than 20 Great Boats

Sail, Power, Paddle, and Oar for Rivers, Lakes, and Sea

Small Boats magazineAvailable at your local newsstand and the WoodenBoat Store.

Order a copy of Small Boats at the WoodenBoat Store or by calling 1-800-273-7447 and we will ship it to you!

Small Boats 2014 features:

  • Making a Boat a Home: Six clever tents for camp-cruising
  • Lit’l Petrel — A simple and admirable tender
  • The Simmons Sea Skiff — A seaworthy outboard fishing boat
  • Sinne 610 Expedition Boat — For adventuresome rowing
  • Thompson Thomboy — A speedy little runabout
  • The McIntosh Canvas Boat — An unusual and useful double-ended tender
  • Beach Pea — Tender, daysailer, trainer
  • A New Hampshire Snekke — A Norwegian motor launch descended from Viking ships
  • Thistle — A pedal boat with a fin drive
  • The Peterborough Nomad — A cottage runabout reborn
  • Rescue Minor — From military rescue vessel to family electric launch
  • DragonFlyer 3.2 — Brooks Boats’ lively sailing dinghy
  • The Ultimate Freight Canoe — The wood-and-canvas Moosehead Laker
  • A Cape Cod Oyster Skiff — A historic sharpie type with variations
  • The Ipswich Bay Skiff — Built by eye and shaped by batten
  • The Paine 14 — A Herreshoff 12 1/2 in miniature
  • The Point Comfort 18 — A modern deadrise skiff
  • JADE — A gaff-headed sloop from New Zealand
  • Spindrift 12 — A performance yacht tender
  • The Sid Skiff — A boat to take personally
  • The Mirror — An engaging English daysailer
  • Pen-Hir — A modern classic pocket cruiser
  • The Faering Cruiser — A stitch-and-glue solo expedition boat

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112 pgs., $6.95 US, $7.95 Canada.
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