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www.watercraft-magazine.com c o n t e n t s WATER CRAFT No 89: Sept/Oct 2011
9 The Gribble We know what prizes mean.
10A Weekend with Iain Oughtred Mikhail Markov came from Moscow and Kathy Mansfield from Wallingford to Uitgeest in the Netherlands to celebrate the designs of the leading advocate of clinker plywood boatbuilding.
15 Rainy Night in Berkshire All the next day too.. But better weather on the first two still brought the visitors to the Beale Park Boat Show in June. 17It's Not About The Money... A larger-than-usual number of entries in our annual Amateur Boat Building Awards and all built for the fun of it. 20Water Craft's Cordless Canoe Challenge A first for all of us: a knockout tournament for boats driven solely by cordless power tools. Moray MacPhail puts down his megaphone...
26The Re-Charge of the Light Brigade The leading designer of electric boats Andrew Wolstenhome explains why the winner won... 2012 entrants take note!
28Build Your Own Outboard Skiff Designer Paul Gartside sends full plans with offsets for a practical project for beginners to traditional boatbuilding.
Above: Oughtred dayboats gather in the Netherlands – see page 10. Below: Cordless Canoe Challengers compete at the Beale Park Boat Show – see page 20.
43Skin on Frame And Jo Moran's entry didn't use that much wood either! In the first of two articles, she describes how she built her see-through Platt Monfort Geodesic Airolite canoe.
48Fit-Out Finishing off always takes longer than you might think, as Graham Neil discovers when completing his Coot dinghy kit from Jordan Boats.
52Reviews Our regular series of impartial assessments of boat gear and books, tools and technology
62Design Your Own Motor Boat For economical propulsion, says naval architect Ian Nicolson, it's all about a slender hull and a large prop... Is a theme emerging in this issue? 64Reasons To Be Cheerful Yes, of course there are... as you'll see at the Southampton Boat Show
66 Subscribing to Water Craft Trading Down?
33Going Coastal Strictly speaking, Alice Driscoll didn't but on Ullswater she discovered Character Boats' Coast Whammel certainly could.
37Skin on Tin Jeremy Harris built his innovative entry for our Cordless Canoe Challenge without using timber or plywood.
56Join The Club The Electric Boat Association, the Old Gaffers Association, the Steam Boat Association, the Dinghy Cruising Association...
60Grand Designs Too wee for some? Designer Iain Oughtred introduces Kotik, the new big sister to Wee Seal lme lstenho
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