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Launch Day at Lyme Regis On a dark December morning, Dick Phillips admires the boats built by the students of the Boat Building Academy's class of 2009. 51
Reviews Planes and lightweight sailing gear, repair epoxy and a green solvent.
10The Gribble In the bleak mid-winter...
The Op-Ed Page Stripping makes sense
Small Boat on the Med When ocean sailor Ben Crawshaw wanted a boat to sail the seas, he chose a design by a gifted amateur...
intended for sheltered waters.
Grand Designs From Denmark, Morten Ohlsen offers a stitch-and-glue dayboat inspired by a traditional Norwegian Pram.
Design Your Own
Motor Boat Naval architect Ian Nicolson makes the case for the keel.
Join The Club Get more from your boating with one of these active associations.
In Good Hands Beside the Thames at Hurley, Peter Freebody's family business has rarely been busier, reports Kathy Mansfield.
Cape Henry 21
As his backyard boatbuilding project nears completion, Peter Goad enlists the aid of trade suppliers to ensure his modern gaffer is ready for...
Cape Henry 21 Now all the hard work's over, Dick Phillips and Peter Chesworth turn up for a test sail.
Best of Three? We invite your entries for our 2010 Amateur Boatbuilding Awards at the Beale Park Boat Show.
44The Workshop Colin Henwood explains how to do a professional paint job for the new boating season.
Calendar Shows without snow. Boat events from Birmingham via Beaulieu and Beale to Bangor.
Subscribing to Water Craft... while looking forward to our Beale Park Boat Show preview.
Build Your Own
20' (6m) Lugger Broad of beam and shallow of draft, with a cosy cuddy forward and a generous lug rig, we're sure Paul Gartside's latest design will inspire amateur builders around the world.
Maggie, Maggie, wherefore art thou, Maggie? The editor decides the ply's the thing.
Top: Paul Gartside's exhilarating 20' (6m) Lugger. You'll find full plans and offsets on p26. Above: Ben Crawshaw's Light Trow, built for sail & oar cruising in the Med – see p38.
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