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Outdoor Boat Or not in a wet Cornish winter. The editor finally emerges from his extended hibernation 49The Workshop Making templates? Nick Coppin is quick on the draw with the glue gun.
8 The Gribble "A Nice Little Boating Business?" 9 OpinionGRPorEpoxy-Ply? Matt Newland knows which he likes best.
12The Golant Gaffer Grows Up
A new boat from designer Roger Dongray is always an event and this one's special, says Dick Phillips. 15The Golant Gaffer
Ten Years On Having built his own Golant Gaffer and taken her acoss the Atlantic – in a container – Mark Corke reflects on sailing her in New Hampshire.
Three Nice Little Boating Businesses 19The 50th Kittiwake
Over the years, quietly building his two GRP dayboats, suddenly Roger Wilkinson has finished Kittiwake number 50. Water Craft's Business Correspondent – ahem – Alice Driscoll went to meet him.
23The Fleet's Out
So is Peter Chesworth of Mylor Boat Hire – yes, that Peter Chesworth – happy? Jo Moran went to ask him.
26Still On Course
At the other end of Mylor Creek, Jo meets Sam Heard, new owner of family boatbuilders Gaffers & Luggers.
28Bert's 'Oughtraid' In the Netherlands, Bert van Baar of the Boutbouwschool dreamed of a gathering of Iain Oughtred designs. Kathy Mansfield was invited.
33Build Your Own Centreboard Cutter A terrific 2-year project – if you're not running a boatbuilding mag, that is – and once again, leading designer Paul Gartside gives us complete plans and offsets.
Have a Story to Tell Boatbuilder Gail McGarva completes the build of a traditional Cornish Pilot Gig for Lyme Regis and goes to the World Championships.
49Reviews A handy anemometer, a torch powered by the flick of a wrist, the musings of a home boatbuilder... Eclectic as ever!
54Grand Designs Andrew Wolstenholme introduces a classic break-deck launch and Gavin Atkin updates his Fleet Trow.
58Design Your Own Motor Boat What lies beneath? Ian Nicolson has ways to measure it.
Make Brightwork Peter Meech welcomes visitors to the
33rd Thames Traditional Boat Rally
62Join The Club Get more from your boating with one of these active associations. 65CalendarWeknowwhat you'll do this summer.
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